Where To Buy 2019-20 Phoenix Suns Tickets?
Single-game, season tickets and partial packages to the Phoenix Suns are available via primary market partner Ticketmaster. Fans can look here for season-ticket information. Below is a screenshot of the typical Phoenix Suns game and available primary market inventory:
Fans can also find seats on the secondary market, and TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on sold out Phoenix Suns tickets and for all games on the 2019-20 schedule, in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all NBA tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vividseats, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and Vividseats. Below is a seating chart for a typical middle of the road demand game including ticket prices by zone.
How Much Are 2019-20 Phoenix Suns Tickets
The average asking price on the secondary market for a Phoenix Suns ticket is $85, down about 20% from last season. This price ranks No. 25 across the NBA — the cheapest ticket in the league is $58 to see the Minnesota Timberwolves at home. The average price for a home game at Talking Stick Resort Arena is the cheapest in a decade.
The priciest game of the season on both the primary and secondary markets will be Tuesday, November 12, when the Los Angeles Lakers visit Phoenix. On the primary market, tickets start at $79 in the 200 Sections and go up to $240 for seats in the floor sections between the baselines. On the secondary market, it will cost fans $104 for upper-level seats, and $400 or more for floor seats between the baselines.
Most games will cost fans $25 or less to get in on the secondary market, and among the cheapest is $12 for the Memphis Grizzlies game on December 11. On the secondary market, fans can get a spot in Lower 114 at midcourt for $83. On the primary market, fans can get seats in the 200 Sections for as little at $10 or between the baselines starting at $60.
What Are Season Tickets And Mini Plan Options
Fans can purchase half- or full-season plans to see the Suns, and can select from any available seats in the arena. According to the Suns website, full-season plans start at $20 per game and fans also get discounted pricing on single-game tickets, access to Suns’ Fantasy Camp, an invite to annual season-ticket holder only events, and more. The Suns also offer the eight-game “Pick ‘Em” plan, where fans can select eight games and get a discount.
Where Are Club Seats At Talking Stick Resort Arena
Premium experiences at Talking Stick Resort Arena include the Courtside Club, which are extra-cushy floor seats that also include club access, a private entrance, all-inclusive food and beverage and valet parking. Other premium seating is available on the 1st Bank Terrace, which are theater boxes that include club access and all-inclusive food and beverage, sideline club seats with access to the Bourbon Legends Lounge, or sideline seating with access to the Dos Equis Beer Garden.
Suns Mobile Ticketing
The Suns are transitioning to mobile ticketing and encourage fans to download the Phoenix Suns App, which can be used to access, transfer or receive tickets, as well get access to parking passes. The app is available at the App Store or Google Play, and the Suns provide detailed instructions on using the app.
Top 10 Most Expensive Suns Game on the 2019-20 Schedule
All of the Top 10 games on the Suns schedule have an average asking price of $200 or more, and the three priciest, two against the Los Angeles Lakers and one against Golden State, are currently trending at $359 or more on the secondary market. Below is a look at secondary market prices for the Top 10 games:
- Secondary market average asking price: $399
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $85
- Secondary market average asking price: $367
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $68
- Secondary market average asking price: $359
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $73
- Secondary market average asking price: $292
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $25
- Secondary market average asking price: $288
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $35
- Secondary market average asking price: $273
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $40
- Secondary market average asking price: $234
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $44
- Secondary market average asking price: $229
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $25
- Secondary market average asking price: $227
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $21
- Secondary market average asking price: $214
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $22
TicketIQ is committed to the cheapest tickets possible, and we make much less on sold out tickets compared to other major marketplaces like StubHub and Vivid. That means ticket buyers save from up to 25% on TicketIQ on sports, music and theater. We're able to do this because we also work with teams, venues, and other ticket owners, to help them sell tickets at face price, directly to consumers like you, through Ticketmaster and AXS. For an overview of the 2019-20 NBA Ticket Buying landscape, and details on the cheapest way to get tickets for every team, visit the TicketIQ Blog.