How To Find The Cheapest Brooklyn Nets Tickets + All Face Price Options

Where to Buy 2020-21 Brooklyn Nets Tickets

Brooklyn Nets primary market single-game tickets for the second half of the NBA season went on sale on Monday, March 1st at 10 a.m. EST via Ticketmaster. There are unsold face value tickets left for most games with the cheapest tickets available from $86 to $153. Face prices are cheaper than what's available on the secondary market, which means that buying directly from the Nets is the cheapest way to get to a game. 

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On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free tickets for all Brooklyn Nets games which also include a Refund Guarantee. For sections that are sold out, TicketIQ is guaranteed way to get the seat you want.

We also have a 100% Refund Guarantee, which guarantees that if an event is canceled, 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. 

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Brooklyn Nets 2020-21 Premium Seating Options

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Courtside Seating - Price: $500 per seat

  • First Rows Seating
  • Food & beverage included (located in 40/40 CLUB)
  • Game ticket includes a COVID-19 test
  • Seats are sold in pods of two and four; all seats in each pod must be purchased together


Living Room - Price: $1,845 per seat

  • A private box within the lower level
  • Food & beverage included (in your seats)
  • Game ticket includes a COVID-19 test
  • Seats are sold in pods of four with the ability to add on one or two more seats; all seats in each pod must be purchased together


Premium Lower Level - Price: $1,345 per seat.

  • Seats in the first few rows in traditional arena seats
  • Food & beverage included (located on Suite Level A)
  • Game ticket includes COVID-19 test
  • Seats are sold in pods of two and four; all seats in each pod must be purchased together


Grant Thornton Loge Box - Price: $925 per seat.

  • An open-air suite within the lower level
  • Food & beverage included (in your seats)
  • Game ticket includes COVID-19 test
  • Seats are sold in pods of two and four; all seats in each pod must be purchased together


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How Much Are 2020-21 Brooklyn Nets Tickets

On the primary market, 30-minutes after the on-sale, lower-level seats are sold out for mosts game, with the cheapest upper-level options starting from $149 for the low-demand games, like the Timberwolves, and go up to $365 for the highest-demand game against the Lakers on April 10th. Tickets for their game against the Knicks start at $205. For the higher demand games like the Lakers, tickets are very close to sold out.

On the secondary market, inventory is currently limited. Get-in prices start in the $100-$150 range for lower-demand games and jump to $150-$200 for higher-demand games. Ticket prices for their highest-demand game, the April 10th meeting with the Lakers, start at $440. Overall, the average list price on the secondary market is currently $390, which is by far the most expensive they've been since we started tracking the data. 


Brooklyn Nets 2020-21 Attendance Policy 

The Nets are allowing fans back at Barclays Center with attendance limited to up to 10% capacity. For the playoffs that number will increase to 25% following at recent announcement from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Barclays Center COVID-19 Heath & Safety Protocols

The following health and safety protocols have also been put in place:


All patrons and employees will be subject to COVID-19 testing protocols, prior to, and during, games at Barclays Center. A COVID-19 medical questionnaire and a temperature check will also be required. 


Everyone entering the arena over the age of two must wear a face mask that completely covers their nose and mouth. While inside the arena or on the plaza awaiting entry, masks must be worn at all times except when actively eating or drinking in designated areas.

      • Permitted masks: surgical masks, medical-grade masks, or multi-layer cloth masks. 
      • Not permitted: Single layer cloth masks, neck gaiters, bandanas, and masks with valves or vents.


Except for patrons seated in the same “pod”, fans must maintain at least six feet of distance from each other.


There are designated spaces assigned to each seating pod within Barclays Center for consuming food and beverages. All food and beverages will be delivered to patrons. Mobile and remote ordering will be put in place to minimize contact.


X-ray machines are used for bag security checks for a touchless experience.


Signage has been place around the venue alerting fans of COVID-19 protocols and CDC prevention tips.

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Where To Get Free COVID-19 Tests in New York City

If you're looking to attend a sporting event in NYC, you're going to need a negative COVID-19 test. LabQ is now offering free COVID-19 tests in various locations around New York City. The company provides a PerkinElmer test, rated the most sensitive COVID-19 test by the FDA and they are offering walk-up tests, as well as a "fast lane" for people who have an appointment. The tests are 99.7% accurate, and results are turned around in 24 to 48 hours. People who get tested will also receive an official ID card with proof of their results. You can get more information here.

You can see the locations of each testing site in the screenshot below:

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Brooklyn Nets Season Tickets

Fans can send in a non-refundable $500 deposit to secure a 2021-22 full or half season membership via Ticketmaster. At this time, the Brooklyn Nets are not offering tickets for the 2020-21 season because New York State guidelines do not permit fans at Barclays Center. If the Nets are able to host fans during the season, then deposit holders can apply their deposit to any 2020-21 season ticket plan.

Make A Deposit

Fans have the option to have the $500 deposit go towards any of the Nets ticket plans, with the latest date being the 2021-22 season. There is one deposit allowed per account and four season ticket memberships per account.

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