How To Find The Cheapest Los Angeles Kings Tickets + Face Value Options

Where To Buy Los Angeles Kings Tickets

Single-game tickets on the primary market for the 2019-20 Los Angeles Kings are currently available. The Kings, of course, play their home games in the famous Staples Center and single-game tickets are available through AXS. Below is an example of a Kings seating chart with a good amount of unsold face value options, as well as typical primary availability for an upper level section

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On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on sold out Los Angeles Kings tickets for all games on the 2019 schedule, and all sold out NHL 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% to 20%, compared to StubHub and SeatGeek. Below is a seat map showing the cheapest tickets on the secondary ticket market by zone for their most expensive game at Staples Center against the Ducks on February 1st:

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How Much Are 2019-20 Los Angeles Kings Tickets

As with most teams, the Kings use dynamic pricing, charging different prices for each event. For bigger games, primary market seats range from $40 to $573; for a game against a lesser opponent, prices range from $26 to $555. As of now, you can buy seats in virtually every section for every home game. That means you can take your time and shop around, selecting the sightline and price point that you truly want.

On the secondary market, however, there are bargains to be had. The Kings enter the 2019-20 season near the middle of the NHL spectrum with the 13th highest average resale price in the league; seats are currently averaging $121, a 4% decrease from last year.

That price point, however, is likely more a function of the team’s location than anything else. On the ice, the Kings are an old team; they handed out some hefty contracts during their Stanley Cup years, so those players, decreased production and all, are still on the books. Anze Kopitar and Drew Doughty are still quality NHLers, but there’s not upside beyond them. The Pacific Division might be weak, but it’s hard to imagine the Kings making a push for the title.

Kings Ticket Prices

What are the Kings Season Ticket and Mini Plan Options

If you plan on attending several Kings games this season, the team offers several ticket plans. The first is a conventional season ticket, including a seat to every regular season game and priority access to playoff tickets. Season ticket holders also get access to special team events, special gifts, and discounts at Team LA and select L.A. Live businesses.

The Kings also offer two half season plans to choose between. Each option includes 20 regular season games and two playoff games per round. Half season members also receive similar perks to full season ticket holders.

Lastly, there are four quarter season plans available. These plans each include 10 regular season games and one game per round of the playoffs.

As you would assume, buying tickets in bulk comes at a discount. For a full season ticket, prices range from $41 per game in the back of the upper deck to $157.50 per game in the center of the 100 levels. Prices for the half season plan range between $48 and $178.50 per game, while quarter season packages start at $50.50 for each ticket.

Where are Club Seats at the Staples Center

If you want a premium experience at the Kings game, the Staples Center definitely has you covered.

Premier seats are located at the center of the 200s Level of the arena. In addition to having extra legroom, the seats also include in-seat waiter service and access to the San Manuel Club with all inclusive food and drinks.

Private suites are what you probably imagine when you think of a box at a sporting event complete with a view from high above the ice and parking passes. You’ll also have access to the San Manuel Club, just in case you want to check out a different side of the arena.

The Hyde Lounge at the Staples Center provides a unique club-like experience while watching a Kings game. You can purchase an private suite, pair of seats, or reserved table inside of the lounge. All of those options provide a great view of the ice and in-seat food and beverage service; concession credits are included in the price of your ticket.

Kings Mobile Ticketing Info

Like many other teams, the Los Angeles Kings primarily use digital ticket. If you’re attending a game, you can get into the building using digital tickets on your AXS app. 

The Top 10 most expensive games on the secondary market

This season, the ten most expensive Kings games cost, on average, between $140 and $180 on the secondary market. If you look at get-in prices, however, there are some bargains to be had, with tickets for several games hovering around $60.

February 1 vs. Anaheim 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $178
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $65

November 16 vs. Vegas 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $174
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $53

March 14 vs. Anaheim 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $171
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $70

November 2 vs. Chicago 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $166
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $63

March 19 vs. Boston 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $164
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $57

April 4 vs. Dallas 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $157
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $65

October 13 vs. Vegas 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $156
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $42

October 12 vs. Nashville 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $141
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $53

December 23 vs. St. Louis 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $140
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $50

February 26 vs. Pittsburgh 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $140
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $57

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 NHL Ticket Buying landscape, and details on the cheapest way to get tickets for every team, visit the TicketIQ Blog.

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