Where to Buy Houston Rockets Tickets
Season tickets and partial plans for the Houston Rockets are currently available via primary market partner AXS. Season tickets can only be purchased by those living in the Houston area, and start at $7,040. Season ticket holders get a 20% discount at the Rockets Team Shop, get playoff priority, and have access to Toyota Center concert presales. Partial plans are available for as few as six games and up to a half season, and start as low as $203.
Single-game tickets are not yet available, and according to the Toyota Center website, the public on-sale date is TBA.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on Houston Rockets tickets for all games on the 2019-20 schedule, and on all NBA tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or SeatGeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and SeatGeek. Below is a seating chart for an typical middle of the road demand game including ticket prices by zone.
How Much Are Houston Rockets Tickets
The average asking price for a Houston Rockets home game on the secondary market is $189, up almost 7% over last season. That average is the highest of the decade.
The priciest game this season is trending at $689 for the January 18, 2020 Los Angeles Lakers visit. The next highest average is $329 for the November 6 Golden State Warriors game.
Five of the highest averages are against California teams, including two each against the Los Angeles Clippers and Golden State.
The best deals for a Rocket game will cost fans $19 to get in on November 18 against Portland, November 15 against Indiana, and November 4 against Memphis.
Where Are Season Tickets and Partial Plans at Toyota Center
Fans who want season tickets or partial plans can select their own seats, and can choose from cheaper seats in the 400 sections to pricier options in the 100 sections, including in front of the Rockets Club East and Rockets Club West.
Season-ticket holders in Sections 105-109 and 118-122 are guaranteed access to the Frost East and West Clubs, while season-ticket holders with floor seats have access to the Woodforest Club. All season ticket holders have access to Ledge Dining.
Where Are Club Seats at Toyota Center
Club-level seats at the Toyota Center are located in Sections 105-109 and 118-122, just below the East and West Clubs along the sideline in the lower bowl.
Other club-level seats include the Heineken Star Club, located behind the basket on the Loft Level.
Rockets Mobile Ticketing Policy
The Rockets offer mobile entry to Toyota Center by using their Flash Seats mobile app. The team has an extensive Q&A about how to use the app and enter the venue.
Top 10 Most Expensive games on the Rockets 2019-20 Schedule
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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.
Houston Rockets 2018-19 Ticket Market Overview:
Winning the Western Conference regular season and advancing to the conference finals was enough to get Houston Rockets fans excited again. The Rockets have made the playoffs for the last six consecutive seasons and have advanced to the conference finals twice, cementing their spot on the Houston sports landscape. The average asking price on the secondary market for a 2018-19 Houston Rockets ticket is up 24% over last season. Below is how Rockets ticket prices stack up on the secondary market across the league.
Rockets tickets are the second most expensive since 2011, when TicketIQ.com began tracking data. The most expensive ticket was $180 in 2014-15 when the Rockets won the Southwest Division and got to the conference finals before losing to Golden State.
Where to Buy 2018-19 Rockets Tickets:
At a $177 average asking price, Rockets tickets are ranked No. 15 in terms of price across the NBA, up from a No. 17 ranking last season.
The Golden State Warriors are ranked No. 1, with a $463 average asking price. Rockets season tickets are available through the team and require a $500 deposit before securing tickets. Single-game tickets are available through primary market partner AXS,
and tickets are available to many games, though the biggest games of the season, including those against regional rival Oklahoma City, defending NBA Champion Golden State and the Los Angeles Lakers, are already sold out on the secondary market. TicketIQ.com has secondary market seats available for all games, including the Christmas Day matchup with Oklahoma City. For that game, seats with the company’s Low Price Guarantee are available high above the action behind the basket in Upper Level 419 for $67 and in the lower bowl in Lower Club 119 across from the team benches for $414.
Top 5 Games on 2018-19 Houston Rockets Schedule:
The Christmas Day game checks in as the fifth most expensive of the season in Houston, with an average asking price of $275 on the secondary market. The other four most expensive all involve visitors from out West – the Warriors and the new-look LeBron Lakers. The two most expensive are the Lakers games, with current average asking prices of $389 for the December 13 game and $388 for the January 19 game. While LeBron is a key part of the draw for Houston fans, the Rockets-Lakers rivalry dates back to the 1980s-90s when both teams were consistently in the NBA Finals mix.
The Warriors games are commanding $310 for the November 15 date and $307 for the March 13 date. The Warriors have kept the Rockets out of the NBA Finals twice in the last four years and have knocked them out of the playoffs three times in the last four years. TicketIQ.com can help fans get a seat close to the action, with tickets for the first Lakers game starting at $107 in the upper decks and seats for the first Warriors game in the lower sections starting at $300. Assuming the Rockets are competitive, expect prices for all of these games to rise.