Where To Buy 2020-21 Charlotte Hornets Tickets
Primary market single-game tickets for Hornets second half schedule went on sale on Friday, March 5th and 10 a.m.via Ticketmaster. Season-ticket holders will get first dibs on seats, and then tickets will go on sale to the general public.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free Hornets tickets with a Refund Guarantee, which states that in the event 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.
Charlotte Hornets 2020-21 Attendance Policy + COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols
The Hornets will allow fans back at Spectrum Center starting on March 13th. After starting at 15% capacity, the Hornets are allowing up to 5,000 fans, or 25% capacity. On March 11 against the Detroit Pistons, the team will host 500 health-care workers as a thank-you for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic. For upcoming Hornets games, the following health and safety protocols have been put in place:
- Fans are encouraged to arrive earlier than normal
- There will be staggered entry and exit from the arena
- Touch-less ticketing and concessions
- Face masks will be required
- Social distancing will be enforced inside the arena
- Fans will have to take part in a health screening prior to entering the arena
Hornets Mobile Ticketing
Mobile ticketing is available through the Hornets Mobile App
Where To Buy 2019-20 Charlotte Hornets Tickets
Primary market single-game tickets to the see the Charlotte Hornets at The Spectrum Center are available for all game via partner Ticketmaster. Fans can also gets Hornets tickets though 12 and 23-game plans, all of which are available on the Hornets website. For face-value single game tickets, there are a mix of upper and lower level tickets available for every game on the 2019-20 Hornets schedule, with prices and quantity varying based on opponent. Lower-level tickets are mostly sold out on the primary ticket market, which means the secondary market is the best option for tickets in the 100-level. lower-demand game.
Below is the a seating chart for the Warriors game, which is the second-most expensive game of the season. On the secondary market TicketIQ has Fee-Free Charlotte Hornets tickets for all sold out games and tickets on the 2019-20 schedule, in addition to all NBA tickets.
How Much Are 2019-20 Charlotte Hornets Tickets
Primary market tickets for most low-demand games start as low as $10 for tickets in section 211, like the October 25th game against the Timberwolves, $40 for the Golden State Warriors on December 4th and $65 for the Lakers visit on March 21st. For higher-demand games, unsold face value tickets are mostly located in the upper level, at the back of the the 200-level. For the Lakers game, the most expensive lower-level tickets cost $520 for tickets in section 104.
The average asking price of Hornets tickets on the secondary market are down 28% over last year, with an average price on the secondary market of $64. The most expensive game on the secondary ticket market is for the Lakers, where tickets start at $104, with lower level tickets starting at $313. The cheapest tickets on the secondary market start under $10 for the lower-demand games.
What are Hornets Season Tickets and Mini Plan Options
The Hornets have a 23-game plan and 12-game plan available. For the 23-game plan, the cheapest ticket available is $14 for 200-level seats at the back of the 200-level baseline. The most expensive 23-game pan option is $180 for Lower Club Center tickets in section 105 and 114. The 12-game plan start at $54.
Where are Club Seats at Spectrum Center Forum
There are several club options available for Hornets games at Spectrum Center and include Royal Boxes, Terrace Tables, Hardwood Seats, Courtside Seats, Inner Circle Club Seats and All-Inclusive Boxes. There are also Hardwood Clubs, Frontcourt Club and Crown Club. For details on all Club Seats, visit the Hornets site directly.
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