The Utah Jazz are still in rebuilding mode this season and while they have a respectable defense in the league, they simply don’t have the offensive firepower to compete with the loaded Western Conference. The Jazz didn’t have a good month of January, sitting 13 games below .500 heading into the first full week of February.
According to TicketIQ, the most expensive game on the Utah Jazz remaining schedule is the final home game of the regular season at the EnergySolutions Arena against the Dallas Mavericks. Jazz vs Mavericks tickets have a current average price of $240.71 on the secondary market, a 85.7% premium compared to the Jazz’s home average. The get-in price for this matchup is just $8.
Jazz tickets are some of the most affordable in the league this season, but the least expensive game on their home schedule is a matchup with the Memphis Grizzlies on February 4. Grizzlies vs Jazz tickets have a current secondary market average price of $50.88, 60.7% below the Jazz home average, which is $129.56 for their remaining home games. The get-in price for next Wednesday’s game is $3.