How To Find The Cheapest San Jose Sharks Tickets + 2021 Attendance Policy

Where and How To Buy 2021 San Jose Sharks Tickets

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San Jose Sharks 2021 Attendance Policy

The California Department of Public Health recently announced that it will allow indoor sports venues across much of the state to host a limited amount of fans starting on April 15th. Following this announcement, the Sharks said they "will be communicating any potential SAP Center reopening plans with fans once finalized.”

As of April 9th, Santa Clara County was operating in the orange tier, which would allow the Sharks to host face at 10% capacity and that could increase to 35% if all guests have a negative COVID tested or show proof of full vaccination. 

SAP Center COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols

  • All fans and team members will be required to wear facial coverings.
  • Wallet-sized clutches no larger than 5" x 8" and bags carrying items that are medical in nature will still be permitted, as will diaper bags when accompanied by a child who wears diapers.
  • Only digital tickets will be accepted for entry to ensure a contactless experience.
  • To limit contact between guests and team members, SAP Center concessions and retail locations will no longer accept cash. All major debit and credit cards will continue to be accepted, as well as mobile payments.

For more information, visit the Sharks website

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How Much Are 2019-20 San Jose Sharks Tickets

As with most teams, the Sharks use dynamic pricing, charging different prices for each game. For marquee match-ups, primary market seats range from $53 to $235; for a game against a lesser opponent, prices range from $35 to $144. While you can currently sit anywhere in the building for each game, there’s not a great deal of availability concentrated in one location. Other than the upper deck behind the goal, you’ll only find scattered pockets of seats to choose from.

On the secondary market, however, there are bargains to be had. The Sharks enter the 2019-20 season on the cheaper side of the spectrum with the 25th highest average resale price in the league; seats are currently averaging $96, an 11% decrease from last year.

On the ice, the Sharks still have a pretty strong roster. Joe Thornton is still kicking, Logan Couture broke the 70-point plateau last season, and both Brent Burns and Erik Karlsson are elite defensemen. The loss of Joe Pavelski will sting a bit, but San Jose still has plenty of talent. At this point, sagging ticket prices are probably more due to fatigue than anything else; the Sharks have putting up strong regular seasons before failing in the playoffs seemingly every season.

What are the Sharks Season Ticket and Mini Plan Options

If you plan on attending several Sharks games this season, the team offers several ticket plans. The first is a traditional season ticket, which costs between $30 and $430 per game, depending on your seating location. The plan also includes some extra benefits, like discounted concessions, priority access to playoff tickets, and invitations to season ticket holder events.

One step below that is a half season plan, which includes 21 regular season games and two playoff games per series. There are two different options to choose from, but both cost the same amount, ranging from $40 to $217 per game.

The Sharks also offer four 11 game plans. Each has a different theme—Best of the West, Power Play, Coast to Coast, and Weekday Saver—and includes different games; the first three plans range in prince from $42-$226 per game, while the Weekday Saver costs between $34 and $136 per game. There’s also an option to build your own mini plan.

Lastly, the Sharks allow you to build your own six game mini plan. While prices are obviously more expensive than the larger plans, this option allows you to only see the games you truly want to see.

Where are Club Seats at the SAP Center

If you want a more premium experience at the Sharks game, you can choose between two different suites. Both include a variety of seating options, televisions, and the option to purchase food and beverage catering.

Penthouse suites are located at the top of the arena and come at two price points. 18 game tickets and four parking passes cost between $5000 and $7500 depending on the match-up, while 30 tickets and six parking passes cost between $8500 and $11500.

The concourse suites offer similar amenities, but are located between the 100 and 200 levels of the arena. Each box includes 19 tickets and four parking passes; prices range from $6000 to $9000, depending on the game.

Sharks Mobile Ticketing Info

Like many other teams, the Sharks have phased out physical tickets. If you’re attending a game, you can get into the building using digital tickets on your Sharks Mobile app. 

The Top 10 Most Expensive Sharks Games on the Secondary Market

This season, the ten most expensive Sharks games cost, on average, over $100 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 $50.

October 4 vs. Las Vegas Golden Knights 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $144
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $64

December 22 vs. Las Vegas Golden Knights 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $131
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $45

December 28 vs. Philadelphia Flyers 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $128
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $70

December 27 vs. Los Angeles Kings 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $124
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $55

December 21 vs. St. Louis Blues 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $122
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $45

April 4 vs. Anaheim Ducks 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $120
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $53

February 29 vs. Pittsburgh Penguins 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $119
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $55

March 21 vs. Boston Bruins 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $112
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $56

January 11 vs. Dallas Stars 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $107
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $52

November 29 vs. Los Angeles Kings 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $103
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $53

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