The Denver Nuggets are hot and ticket prices to home games remain high on the secondary market. The team has won its last five games and has come just two games shy of evening out at .500 on the season. J.J. Hickson has come alive in recent weeks following an early-season lull and Ty Lawson and Kenneth Faried continue to be anchors as they climb up the Western Conference standings.
Ticket prices also continue to boast big numbers at the Pepsi Center. The average price for Nuggets tickets on TicketIQ is $114.09 and the team will play its most expensive home game against the Lakers on April 8. The average price for Nuggets vs Lakers tickets is $193.84 and the get-in price starts at $26. Kobe Bryant still elicits huge demand on the secondary market, and it’ll be no different when he makes his way to Colorado later this year.
The Nuggets’ cheapest remaining home game will be on February 25 against the Phoenix Suns. Despite a winning record and possession of the eighth seed in the West, the Suns have been at the epicenter of trade talks for star point guard Goran Dragic and haven’t pulled much of a ticket demand on the road. The average price for Nuggets vs Suns tickets is just $57.93 on the secondary market, 49.2% below season average. The get-in price for the game is currently $5.
With spirits high in Denver, the Nuggets will battle for a playoff spot over the next three months. It’s not out of reach, either, as the team sits just 3.5 games behind the eighth-place Suns. Expect the Nuggets to continue to streak and ticket prices rise as they make their bid for the postseason come April.