How To Find The Cheapest Denver Nuggets Tickets + Face Value Options

Where To Buy 2019-20 Denver Nuggets Tickets

Single-game tickets, season plans, half-season plans and partial plans are available on the primary market for Denver Nuggets. Information about tickets plans is available by contacting the Nuggets, and single-game tickets are available via Ticketmaster. Below is a seating chart showing unsold face value availability to a typical Nuggets home game:

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For fans seeking a bigger selections, the secondary market is a good option and TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on sold out Denver Nuggets 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 an typical middle of the road demand game including ticket prices by zone.

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How Much Are 2019-20 Denver Nuggets Tickets

On the primary market, some high-demand games are close to sold out but there is good inventory available for most Nuggets home games. For lower demand games prices starts at $16 for 300 level seats behind the baskets and $22 in the corners. 100 level seats start at $57, and 100 Level seats at midcourt start at $153. For higher demand games prices start at $32 for 300 level seats, $86 for 100 level seats, and $229 for 100 level seats near midcourt. 

The average asking price on the secondary market for a Denver Nuggets home game is $154, up 11% from last season. That average asking price is the highest of the decade. The next most expensive was $149 in 2012-13. 

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 The average asking price is the 10th highest in the NBA. The priciest average across the league is $473 for a Los Angeles Lakers home game, while the cheapest is $58 for a Minnesota Timberwolves game. At Pepsi Center, the highest-interest games will cost fans $40 or more to get in and the best deal of the season is $9 for the November 12 Atlanta Hawks game.

Where Are Season Tickets And Mini Plan Options

Season tickets and partial-plan tickets are available throughout Pepsi Center, and vary in price depending on the location of the seats. 

Where Are Club Seats At Pepsi Center

Club Seats at Pepsi Center are located on the 200 Level and Club-Level Suites are just above. Club Seats include access to Club Lexus, which includes premium all-inclusive food-and-beverage options, premium parking and a dedicated concierge. Suites and Theater Boxes, which are located at the top of Sections 144 and 130, are also available for premium seating.

Nuggets Mobile Ticketing

The Nuggets App can be used to purchase, manage or scan digital tickets as well to buy gear, follow the latest Nuggets news or live stream Nuggets radio during games. 

 The Top 10 Most Expensive Games on the Nuggets Schedule

The highest average asking price for a Nuggets game is $710 when the Golden State Warriors come to town on March 3. This is among the priciest games across the NBA this season. Among the Top 10 are two Los Angeles Lakers games and two Los Angeles Clippers games, three of which have average asking prices of $302 or higher. 

March 3 vs. Golden State Warriors 🎟️

  • Secondary market average asking price: $710
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $54

February 12 vs. Los Angeles Lakers 🎟️

  • Secondary market average asking price: $571
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $53

December 25 vs. New Orleans Pelicans 🎟️

  • Secondary market average asking price: $353
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $53 

December 3 vs. Los Angeles Lakers 🎟️

  • Secondary market average asking price: $343
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $57

March 18 vs. Los Angeles Clippers 🎟️

  • Secondary market average asking price: $302
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $33 

January 26 vs. Houston Rockets 🎟️

  • Secondary market average asking price: $290
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $42

 January 12 vs. Los Angeles Clippers 🎟️

  • Secondary market average asking price: $284
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $34 

November 8 vs. Philadelphia 76ers 🎟️

  • Secondary market average asking price: $275
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $25

November 22 vs. Boston Celtics 🎟️

  • Secondary market average asking price: $263
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $36

March 9 vs. Milwaukee Bucks 🎟️

  • Secondary market average asking price: $262
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $37

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.

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