The Los Angeles Lakers and San Antonio Spurs will play three times during the regular season, twice at AT&T Center in San Antonio and once at Staples Center in Los Angeles. Below is a look at ticket prices for all four games.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Spurs vs Lakers at AT&T Center
Sunday, November 3, 6 p.m. @ AT&T Center
Primary market tickets for this game start at $65 on Ticketmaster for seats in the 200 Sections on the corners and behind the baskets. Prices go up to $80 for seats above the sideline. Club Seats at AT&T Center include Courtside Boxes, which are available for $555 and include access to the private club inside Frost & Dahill Saddles & Spurs. For fans wanting to be in the heart of the action, there are seats in Section 22, Row 13 at midcourt available for $680.
On the secondary market, fans can get into the game for a little less. The cheapest seats on the 200 Level start at $64 each on the corners and behind the net. In the floor sections, seats in Row 10, Section 22 are available starting at $1,448.
Monday, November 25, 7:30 p.m. @ AT&T Center
On the primary market, there are tickets still available in less than half of the sections at AT&T Center and premium seating is sold out. Fans can get into the game for $100 in the 200 Sections on the corners and behind the baskets. 100-Level seats start at $188 in Section 113 on the corner, and the only floor section with seats still available is Section 24, Row 12 for $592.
This game is also a better deal on the secondary market, at least for seats on the upper level, as fans can get seats on the 200 Level for between $64 in Section 213 on the corner to $230 for Section 209 above the sideline. 100-Level seats start at $265 in Section 128 behind the net, and all floor-level sections have availability. Fans can snag a seat in Section 20 on the sideline near the baseline for $869 while seats at midcourt start at $1,667 in Section 22 or $2,134 in Section 8.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Lakers vs Spurs at Staples Center
Tuesday, February 4 at 7:30 p.m. @ Staples Center
Primary market tickets to this game are sold out, according to the Lakers website, so the only way to get a ticket is on the secondary market. TicketIQ has seats starting at $78 in 300 Sections on the corners and behind the basket. There are also seats at midcourt still available, starting at $495 in Section 101, Row 14 and $654 in Section 111, Row 15 behind the scorers' table. There are also multiple premium seating options still available, including Courtside Seats starting at $9,867. These seats are just in front of the courtside lounges, where ticket holders can get premium food and beverage, state-of-the-art technology and more. There are also premium seats available on the 200 Level in multiple sections starting $182 and including club access.