How To Find The Cheapest Washington Wizards Tickets + 2021-22 Attendance Policy

Where and How To Buy 2021-22 Washington Wizards Tickets

Primary market single-game tickets are available via Ticketmaster

On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free Washington Wizards tickets which also include a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if 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. Customers on TicketIQ save between 15%-25% compared to other secondary market ticketing sites. 

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How Much Are 2021-22 Washington Wizards Tickets

The average price for Wizards tickets is $130, and is an increase of 41% from the 2019-2020 season. That is tied for the 14th highest increase in the NBA. The most expensive home game of the season is the Saturday Mar. 19th matchup at Capital One Arena against the Lakers, with tickets starting as cheap as $115 in section 426. On Feb. 10th they play the Nets at home. Get-in prices for this one begin at $54, while the least expensive lower level ticket can be found for as low as $131. Additionally, they matchup with the Knicks on Dec. 23rd at Madison Square Garden. You can see these teams square off at the Garden for as low as $99 on the secondary market.

Washington Wizards 2021-22 Attendance Policy

Information regarding the Wizards updated 2021-22 attendance policy and potential capacity limits or vaccine/negative test requirement has not been released. This information is expected to be released closer to the start of the 2021 -22 regular season.

Wizards Mobile Ticketing

Fans can download the Wizards App or use the Monumental Sports Account Manager to access digital tickets.The app can be used to buy, sell or transfer tickets, as well as for entry into Capital One Arena. The barcode on the app for your ticket will also have concession credit, if available, as well as indicating access to any premium areas.

Wizards 2021-22 Season Tickets

Season tickets are available via the team’s website. 400 level seats range from $16 to $40 per seat per game, 100 Level & Kettler Loft Level seat range from $56 to $100 per seat per game, Center Select and Box Select

Seats range from $132 to $260 per seat per game, Ultra Club seats range from $126 to $160 per seat per game, and VIP seats range from $230 to $2,300 per seat per game.

Where Are Club Seats At Capital One Arena

Club Level at Capital One Arena is the 200 Level, where fans can get access to the Ultra Club. The Club is located behind one of the baskets, and Club Seats ring the 200 level. There are also three Clubs on the 300 Level, the members-only Players Club, the PWC Club and Acela Club, all of which offer premium food and beverage, a lounge-style setting and more.   

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Where and How To Buy 2021 Washington Wizards Playoff Tickets

Wizards playoff tickets are available directly from the team via Ticketmaster. 24 hours after additional tickets were released, there are a handful of face-value tickets available in the lower bowl, with more tickets available in the 400 level. All fans attending Game 3 will receive a rally towel branded with the team’s tagline “DC Above All” while fans in attendance for Game 4 will receive a t-shirt. 

On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free Washington Wizards playoff tickets which also include a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if 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. Customers on TicketIQ save between 15%-25% compared to other secondary market ticketing sites. 

How Much Are Washington Wizards 76ers Playoff Tickets

Below is a look at the average and get-in prices for each game of the Wizards first round match-up against the Philadelphia 76ers as well as the over series average, and home average prices for each team:

Game Avg Get-In
Game 1 @ PHI $323 $106
Game 2 @ PHI $352 $115
Game 3 @ WAS $362 $101
Game 4 @ WAS $306 $93
Game 5 @ PHI $430 $171
Game 6 @ WAS $934 $459
Game 7 @ PHI $419 $147
Series Avg $447  
76ers Avg $381  
Wizards Avg

Washington Wizards Playoff Schedule 

First Round: (No. 1) Philadelphia 76ers vs. (No. 8) Washington Wizards

  • Game 1: Sunday, May 23 | Washington at Philadelphia, 1 ET, TNT
  • Game 2: Wednesday, May 26 | Washington at Philadelphia, 7 ET, NBA TV
  • Game 3: Saturday, May 29 | Philadelphia at Washington 7 ET, ESPN
  • Game 4: Monday, May 31 | Philadelphia at Washington, 7 ET, TNT
  • Game 5: Wednesday, June 2 | Washington at Philadelphia, TBD, TBD (if necessary)
  • Game 6: Friday, June 4 | Philadelphia at Washington, TBD, TBD (if necessary)
  • Game 7: Sunday, June 6 | Washington at Philadelphia, TBD, TBD (if necessary)

Washington Wizards 2021 Playoff Attendance Policy

As a result of the District of Columbia approving Monumental Sports & Entertainment’s request to increase capacity to 50%, the team will be able to welcome nearly 10,000 Wizards fans into Capital One Arena for the first round of the playoffs. Additional seat locations have been released for Games 3 and all fans will have the opportunity to purchase a maximum of 8 tickets per game. 

Capital One Arena COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols

  • Face masks: Face masks that cover both the nose and mouth are always requiredwhen inside Capital One Arena – regardless of an individual’s vaccination status. All persons aged 2 year and old must wear a face covering. Neck gaiters, face masks with valves or vents, costume masks and bandanas are not acceptable face covering and will not honor this requirement. Face shields may be worn in addition to a face mask, but not in place of one. Approved face masks will be provided for guests who require them. Face masks are required to remain on, except during the short windows while actively eating and drinking and this policy will be enforced by guest relations, event staff and arena security. Repeated, non-compliance with this policy will subject the offending fan to removal from the arena.
  • Health Screening: All fans entering Capital One Arena will be required to verbally verify the following health survey questions:
    • Have you felt like you had a fever in the past 24 hours?
    • Do you have any of the following symptoms? New or unusual cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, runny nose, body aches, loss of taste and/or smell, diarrhea, vomiting, fever, chills, sweats, nasal congestion, and headache?
    • Have you, or anyone you have been in close contact with, been diagnosed with COVID-19, or been placed on quarantine for possible COVID-19 within the past 14 days?
  • Ticketing: All tickets will be issued electronically, will be mobile-only and paper tickets will not be honored. Tickets should be downloaded to the ticketholder’s smartphone using their app of purchase (i.e., team app, Ticketmaster, third party vendor, etc.) or the ticketholder’s mobile wallet and will be scanned via “near field communications” technology (hovering the phone close to the arena staff’s scanner).
  • Seating: Tickets will be sold in pods of one to four seats and placed in a staggard manner throughout each seating section to maintain six feet of distance between groups of ticket holders. Some season ticket members or suite holders may be slightly adjusted to accommodate these distancing rules and those with questions should contact their ticket sales associates. No aisle tickets are available to ensure six-foot distance from those ascending or descending the stairs to their ticketed seat.
  • Arena Entry: Fans will enter Capital One Arena through specific, dedicated points of entry which are correlated to the section of the arena where the fan’s seat is located. This spreads the volume across the arena and reduces the number of people in any concentrated space.
  • Cohort Enforcement: The design of fan flow through the arena follows a “cohort” protocol, restricting movement between groups so that cohorts use the same entrance/exit, same set of elevators/escalators, occupy the same areas of the concourse and have access to the same set of restrooms and concession areas. This ensures neighborhoods of fans are evenly spaced throughout the arena, on each arena level and within each section. Arena security and event staff will be monitoring and enforcing the necessary, regimented movements.
  • Bag Policy: Bags are not permitted in the arena. Items larger than 14”x14”x6” will not be permitted and all handheld items will go through X-ray machines upon entry.
  • Elevators: Only fans and those within their immediate party may ride in an elevator together, with maximum occupancy no greater than 4.
  • Escalators: Fans should maintain at least six feet of distance between their party and others while boarding and on escalators.
  • Limited Movement: Fans are expected to remain seated through most of the game, rising for the national anthem, concessions, or restroom only. All food and drink must be consumed in the assigned seat and loitering on the concourse will not be permitted.
  • Social Distancing: Fans should always maintain a six-foot distance from those who are not within the fan’s party. Floor stickers in the concourses, at concession stands, and in the bathrooms marking these distances are provided.
  • Touchless Pay: Pay with your Capital One card, any major debit or credit card, or Apple Pay for any food or merchandise in Capital One Arena. All concession stands have cashless/no-touch options for payment through smartphone apps and credit card payments. Please note that D.C. law prohibits the arena to be entirely cashless, so that option remains available. Capital One Cardholders receive 10% off their purchase when they present and use a Capital One credit or debit card at checkout. The discount is only applicable at the time of sale. Visit additional details.
  • Concession Food Options: All food sold at concession stands will be pre-packaged, quick bite options intended to be picked up and consumed at the fan’s ticketed seat. Loitering or consumption of food or beverage on the concourses will not be permitted and violators will be ushered to their seats by guest relations, event staff and security. Cashless transactions are highly encouraged to minimize contact. Distancing guidelines will be provided for guests while waiting in line. Food and beverage items will be covered when served. Condiments, utensils, and straws will be provided in individual packets upon request. All contact surfaces will be cleaned in between guest transactions. Limited food and beverage items will be made available for purchase directly from your seat with roving food and beverage sales teams accepting cashless transactions only.
  • Concourses: Congregating is not permitted on the concourse. Food and beverages are only to consumed in your dedicated seat.  Face coverings are required in all areas except for when actively eating or drinking in seats. No food or drink may be consumed in bars, restaurants, or on the concourses.
  • Parking: The garage at Capital One Arena (accessible on 6th Street at G Street NW) will not be open for public parking. Though parking is temporarily unavailable at Capital One Arena, partners at Spot Hero have a network of nearby parking garages available via the Spot Hero app and website.

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How Much Are 2021 Washington Wizards Tickets

On the primary market tickets are available for all games besides the first game with fans against Golden State, which is sold out. For most games, the get-in price is under $20. The one exception is their match-up against the Los Angeles Lakers on April 28th, which has a get-in price of $120. 

Secondary market inventory is currently limited, and there are under 200 tickets available for all upcoming games. Below is an infographic showing the primary market vs. secondary market get-in prices for the team's first five home games with fans. 


Washington Wizards 2021 Attendance Policy

The Wizards will allow fans back at Capital One Arena starting on April 21st when the teams faces the Golden State Warriors, and attendance will be limited to 10% capacity (2,100).

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Where To Buy 2019-20 Washington Wizards Tickets

Single-game tickets, season plans, half-season plans and partial plans are available on the primary market for Washington Wizards. Fans can get information about ticket plans via the team website, and single-game tickets are available via primary partner Ticketmaster. 

Fans can also find seats on the secondary market, and TicketIQ has Fee Free Washington Wizards tickets and for all games on the 2019-20 schedule, in addition to Fee Free NBA tickets for all games.

How Much Are 2019-20 Washington Wizards Tickets

On the secondary market, the average asking price for a Washington Wizards ticket is $92, down nearly 32% from last season. The average asking price ranks the Wizards No. 23 in the NBA and is the seventh cheapest of the decade. The priciest was $134 in 2011-12. The priciest average across the league is $473 for a Los Angeles Lakers home game while the cheapest is $58 for a Minnesota Timberwolves home game. 

On the primary market, there are plenty of tickets available for most games, and for lower-interest games, fans can get in for less than $25. As an example, seats in the 400 Sections for the November 22 game against Charlotte start at $21 or fans can treat themselves to seat a midcourt in Section 100, Row A behind the scorers table for $270. For that same game, secondary market tickets start at $12 in the 400 sections, and the best available seat in Section 100 is in Row D for $221.

At the other end of the spectrum, the January 6 Boston Celtics game is among the higher-interest games, and 400-Level seats start at $25 while a seat in Row B of Section 100 jumps up to $305 on the primary market

TicketIQ has seats available for this game on the secondary market, but 400-Level seats start at $37 and the best seat in Section 100 is in Row AA, which is immediately behind the Gold North Section, is priced at $1,052.

Where Are Season Tickets And Mini Plan Options

Fans can pick season tickets anywhere in the arena, starting with seats that average $16 per game in the 400 Sections to VIP Seats closer to the action that average $230 per game. The All-Star Plan, which includes 13 games against the best teams – Golden State, both Los Angeles teams, Boston and New York among them – also allows fans to select seats anywhere in the arena, starting at $23 per game in the upper levels to $420 per game for VIP Sections.

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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