Terry Stotts and the Trail Blazers have had a lot of success in recent years against the Kings, but new Sacramento coach Luke Walton looks to stop Portland’s winning ways. The Western Conference foes face each other four times this season, twice each at Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center and Portland's Moda Center.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Kings vs. Trail Blazers at Golden 1 Center
Friday, October 25, 7:00 p.m. at Golden 1 Center
Tickets on the upper 200-level start at $46, and they are found in sections 201, 214, and 221. For seats in the 100-level sections, the cheapest tickets are $144, and those seats are found behind the basket. There are also seats available closer to center court.
On the secondary market, the cheapest tickets are $55 in sections 208, 209, and 211; fans can buy up to 4 tickets in row T of section 208. Tickets in the lower bowl are available for as low as $240 each for 2 or 4 tickets in section 107. Fans can also purchase 2 tickets in row G of section 120 or in row A of section 119.
Tuesday, November 12, 7:00 p.m. at Golden 1 Center
Tickets on the 200-level are as low as $13 in sections 211, 212, and 213. On the 100-level, the cheapest tickets are $51 for seats behind the basket. For fans not wanting to sit behind the hoop, there are seats for $94 in row V of section 108. These are the cheapest tickets on the sideline, and section 108 is behind the Kings bench.
Secondary market tickets for this game start at $21 in section 204, and they go up to $72 each for seats in sections 103 and 123, the cheapest in the lower bowl. There are other options as well on the 100-level, including $95 apiece for up to 4 tickets in section 118.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Kings vs. Trail Blazers at Moda Center
Wednesday, December 4, 7:00 p.m. at Moda Center
The limited number of primary market tickets for this game start at $12.50 in sections 309 and 311, as the Trail Blazers try to win their 12th straight home game against the Kings. The cheapest 200-level ticket is $89 in sections 214 and 229. There are other tickets available closer to center court as well.
Secondary market tickets for this game start at $15 in sections 310 and 327. The cheapest ticket on the 200-level is $64 in section 208, and 2 tickets are available together at that price. Up to 5 tickets are available in the same section at $65 each. For the lower bowl, sections 105 and 106 havd the lowest-priced tickets at $79 each.
Saturday, March 7, 7:00 p.m. at Moda Center
The cheapest tickets available on the primary market start at $28 for balcony seats, while the least expensive seats 200-level seats are $72, which are found behind the basket. There are also more seats found closer to the court, including $112 tickets in section 117, to see the Blazers play in their 50th season.
On the secondary market, seats remain in many areas of Moda Center, and the get-in price is $35, and fans can purchase up to 4 tickets for this price in section 310. For fans who would like to sit in the lower bowl, they can purchase $95 tickets in section 107. These tickets are a better deal than the lowest-priced seats on the 200-level.
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