Where to Buy 2021-22 St. John’s Basketball Tickets
Primary market tickets to St. John’s basketball are available via partner Ticketmaster
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free St. John’s basketball tickets which also include a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if an event is canceled or deemed unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free. Customers on TicketIQ save between 15%-25% compared to other secondary market ticketing sites like StubHub and Vivid Seats.
How Much Are 2021-22 St. John’s Basketball Tickets
On the secondary market, prices for most early-season non-conference home games start between $4 and $10. Ticket prices for these games can go as high as $200.
The one early-season outlier is their December 3rd game against Kansas at UBS Arena. Prices for the game start at $95 for tickets behind the baskets. Seats in corner sections start at $123, and seats on the sidelines start at $205. Prices go as high as $700 for tickets in the Sporting Club section at center court.
Tickets for games on the team’s Big East schedule start at $8 to $28 for games at Carnesecca Arena, and $84 to $100 for games at Madison Square Garden. Prices for games at Carnesecca Arena can go as high as $350+, while ticket prices can go as high as $650+ for games at MSG.
2021-22 St. John’s Basketball Season Tickets
New season tickets are now available by deposit only via the team's website. Deposits are $50 per seat.
There are six season ticket price levels; Redzone, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum and Diamond. Prices for each are below:
- Diamond - Seat Contribution: $2,500 | Season Ticket: $1,492 | Total Per Seat: $3,992
- Platinum - Seat Contribution: $1,500 | Season Ticket: $1,026 | Total Per Seat: $2,526
- Gold - Seat Contribution: $250 | Season Ticket: $718| Total Per Seat: $968
- Silver - Seat Contribution: $150 | Season Ticket: $670 | Total Per Seat: $820
- Bronze - Seat Contribution: $100 | Season Ticket: $594 | Total Per Seat: $694
- Redzone - Seat Contribution: N/A | Season Ticket: $508 | Total Per Seat: $508
There are also four-game MSG mini plans available via Ticketmaster. Prices range from $260 to $380 and tickets are only available in sections 104, 109, 110 and 111.
2021-22 St. John’s Basketball Schedule
|Tue, Nov 9||
vs Mississippi Valley State
|Sat, Nov 13||vs Saint Peter's|
|Wed, Nov 17||@ Indiana|
|Sat, Nov 20||
vs Fairleigh Dickinson
|Tue, Nov 23||
vs St. Francis (BKN)
|Sat, Nov 27||vs NJIT|
|Fri, Dec 3||vs 3 Kansas|
|Sun, Dec 5||vs Fordham|
|Thu, Dec 9||vs Monmouth|
|Sun, Dec 12||vs Colgate|
|Sat, Dec 18||vs Pittsburgh|
|Mon, Dec 20||@ Seton Hall|
|Thu, Dec 23||vs Butler|
|Wed, Dec 29||vs Marquette|
|Fri, Jan 1||@ Georgetown|
|Tue, Jan 5||vs DePaul|
|Fri, Jan 8||@ Providence|
|Tue, Jan 12||@ 23 UConn|
|Sat, Jan 16||vs Georgetown|
|Tue, Jan 19||@ Creighton|
|Fri, Jan 22||vs Seton Hall|
|Fri, Jan 29||@ 5 Villanova|
|Mon, Feb 1||vs Providence|
|Fri, Feb 5||@ Butler|
|Mon, Feb 8||vs 5 Villanova|
|Sat, Feb 13||vs 23 UConn|
|Tue, Feb 16||@ Xavier|
|Tue, Feb 23||vs Creighton|
|Sat, Feb 27||@ DePaul|
|Tue, Mar 2||vs Xavier|
|Fri, Mar 5||@ Marquette|
* Game played at neutral location
How Much Are 2019-20 St. John’s Basketball Tickets
Primary market tickets are available for all home games via Ticketmaster and prices start at $30 for lower demand games, $40-$50 for middle of the road games, and up to $80 for high demand games.
On the secondary market, the average asking price for tickets is $68, making it tied for the 27th priciest ticket across the NCAA. That price is just $2 more expensive than last year's season average.
The priciest game on the secondary market is against the MSG Holiday Festival game aganst West Virginia on Decemebr 7 at Madison Square Garden, their first of the season at The Garden. The cheapest ticket for the game is currently $47 for a seat in Section 101, Row 10 on the corner. Fans can get in for less on the primary market, with prices starting at $45 for a seat in Row 7 of the same section.
Among the cheapest games of the season is December 10 against Brown at Carnesecca Arena. On the primary market, the cheapest ticket is $30 in Sections 11, 7 and 5, all of which are where the sideline meets the baseline. Fans will find tickets for less on the secondary market, with seats starting under $10 for seats on the second level.
Where Are St. John's Basketball Season Tickets and Mini Plan Options
St. John’s plays some games on campus as Carnesecca Arena and some at Madison Square Garden. Fans can select season tickets anywhere in Carnesecca Arena and MSG, but must select the same package level for both venues. Season tickets range in price from $510 for end-zone seats with no additional contribution to the school, up to $5,760 (includes a $4,000 contribution) for VIP Courtside seats. St. John’s is also offering a five-game flex mini plan, that includes the Villanova game. Mini plans are priced based on what games are selected.
St. John’s is also offering the Red Storm Pass, which is a digital-only pass that can be purchased for 10 games ($175) or 20 games ($350). Tickets will be delivered to a mobile device before each game, and seat locations will vary.