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The Nuggets average ticket price for the regular season NBA games has stayed within the $25-$35 range between the 2011-2015 NBA regular season. The biggest decrease was during the 2013-2014 season with a dip from $33 to $23, which was a 30% drop. The next two seasons only experienced at 9% change between them. The average ticket price for the Denver Nuggets regular season NBA tickets for 2016 has hit a high compared to the previous five seasons, selling for $61, a significant increase in the relatively low prices.

Denver Nuggets Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 10/28/2016)

How to Buy Denver Nuggets Tickets

1. Scan through the 2016 Denver Nuggets Schedule and select the game that you would like to attend, or use the opponent or date filters beside the Denver Nuggets ticket listings to find the perfect matchup.

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2016 Nuggets Season Preview

The 2016-2017 Denver Nuggets are in another year of rebuilding with a young team that is working to get out of the bottom in the Western Conference. In the first year of head coach Michael Malone leading the Nuggets, they finished 11th in the West with a regular season record of 33-49. As the 2016-2017 season approaches Denver will be focusing on the young talent from Kenneth Faried, Danilo Gallinari and Nikola Jokic. The Denver Nuggets signed Jamal Murray, who has shown the capabilities of becoming the starting shooting guard with his ability to light up the board come game day. TicketCity is the place to go for Denver Nuggets’ tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Nuggets at the Pepsi Center or supporting Denver on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Denver Nuggets tickets, including home and away games.

Denver Nuggets Basketball at the Pepsi Center

Address: 1000 Chopper Cir, Denver, Colorado, 80204

The Nuggets play their home games at the Pepsi Center, located in Denver, Colorado. When filled to capacity, the Pepsi Center holds more than 19 thousand screaming Nuggets fans. While at the Pepsi Center, be sure to go to the Pepsi Point—an interactive fan experience where you can get your picture taken as if you were a real member of the team. The Denver Nuggets home bench is on the Pepsi Center court side in front of sections 146 & 148. Pepsi Center parking information is covered in our Nuggets event guide.

Pepsi Center Seating Chart

Denver Nuggets Rivals

Nuggets vs. Lakers

As Western Conference foes, these two teams don't get along at all. With over 150 regular season matchups, there is not much love lost between the franchises. The two teams have met constantly in the playoffs over the years, and it intensified when the Nuggets and Lakers met in the 2009 Western Conference Finals.

Nuggets vs. Jazz

As regional rivals and with over 170 regular season matchups and another 20+ playoff meetings, these two teams continue to comprise one of the better rivalries in the NBA. The rivalry was at its peak in the mid-1980s when they met in back-to-back seasons in the playoffs. As both teams play in the Western Conference, this rivalry has showed no signs of slowing down.

Nuggets vs. Spurs

This rivalry dates back to their ABA days and they have played against each other more times than they have any other opponent with over 260 games. The Spurs and Nuggets have met in the playoffs many times, making the rivalry reach a fever pitch. The matchup will only continue to get better in the upcoming seasons as they build off a history that started in the late 1960s.

Nuggets in the NBA Finals, Western Conference Championships and NBA Playoffs

The Nuggets continue to look for their first NBA and Western Conference Championship, but they have won over 6 division titles since they joined the NBA in 1976. Denver has been very successful over the last decade as they have become consistent division contenders and playoff performers.

Denver Nuggets Event Guide

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When do gates open prior to tipoff at a Nuggets game?

Doors open to the general public 1 hour before tipoff. The Nuggets have one of the most passionate fan bases and many fans brave the cold to tailgate outside before the game.

Where are good places to eat before a Nuggets game?

Right next door to the Pepsi Center is Brooklyn’s. The ability to seat around 500 people, large TV’s and a traditional menu make Brooklyn’s a convenient and fun way to spend pre-game with tons of other Nuggets fans. If you are looking for a place with a little historic flare, check out the pizza and burgers at Wazee Supper Club. For some of the best southwest food anywhere check out Tomayo. It is also smoke free and vegetarian friendly, making it perfect for families. Zengo, Tag, and ChoLon are all great Asian fusion places that will not disappoint. If you are looking to try something new, check out Mario’s Double Daughter’s Salotto or Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen.

Where is the best place to park at Pepsi Center?

The Pepsi Center is conveniently located next to Six Flags Elitch Gardens and the Auraria Campus, giving the area plenty of parking options. Getting to the center early and purchasing a parking pass allows you to park in the most convenient lots. If you are not afraid of a short walk, try looking in the 7th St. and Auraria Pkwy area, as there are multiple parking garages in that direction. The Regional Metropolitan District is the public transportation option to and from the game. The bus and light rail lets off within a couple blocks of Pepsi Center and helps you avoid the hassle of parking and driving.

Does my child need a ticket to a Nuggets game?

All children over the age of 3 will need a ticket to enter the Pepsi Center. Children under 3 years old may sit in their parents lap for the duration of the game. We recommend bringing proof of your child’s age to the gate to ensure they are allowed to enter.

Denver Nuggets Preview History

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2015 Denver Nuggets Season Preview

For only the 2nd time since 2003, the Denver Nuggets missed the playoffs last season. The Nuggets are in the middle of a transition from the decade long tenure of coach George Karl. As Michael Malone enters his 1st season as Nuggets head coach, the optimism around the future of the Nuggets is as high as it has been in years. Nuggets first round pick Emmanuel Mudiay has the potential to be a full-fledged star in the NBA. Mudiay will play alongside veteran Jameer Nelson, who will be able to show the talented point guard what it takes to make the NBA finals. Throw in Wilson Chandler, Kenneth Faried, and Danilo Gallinari, and the 2015 Denver Nuggets have the potential to be in the playoff hunt late in the season.

2014 Denver Nuggets Season Preview

After 10 straight seasons of making the NBA playoffs, the Denver Nuggets missed the postseason in the 2013-14 NBA season. The Nuggets finished the season 36-46 and were more than 10 games outside the NBA Western Conference playoff picture. For Brian Shaw’s 2nd season at the helm of the Denver Nuggets, the Nuggets brought in highly sought after shooting guard Arron Afflalo. Other key acquisitions for the 2014-15 season are Nate Robinson, Gary Harris, and Jusuf Nurkic. The Denver Nuggets will look to fight their way through a tough Western Conference schedule by playing a fast paced relentless style of basketball. Look for Ty Lawson to push the pace early and often, and for the Denver Nuggets to be vastly improved in 2014-15.

2013 Denver Nuggets Season Preview

The Nuggets, sporting a 57-win regular season and a #3 seed in the Western Conference playoffs, looked to be one of the toughest squads to knock out of the postseason. However, a 4-2 loss to Golden State in the first round saw the end of the season and the firing of NBA Coach of the Year George Karl. Corey Brewer and Andre Iguodala also left town in free agency. The Nuggets have added Randy Foye, Darrell Arthur and Nate Robinson to help with the transition to new coach Brian Shaw for the 2013-14 season. The Nuggets look poised to continue scoring lots of points behind PG Ty Lawson and top rebounder Kenneth Faried. JaVale McGee will start at center, and the high-flying big man will have his opportunity to make a big impression on Shaw early on. The Nuggets have had a lot of turnover, but this team has been retooled for another run at the playoffs.

2012 Denver Nuggets Season Preview

The Denver Nuggets proved that they were once again one of the most feared teams in the Western Conference during the 2011-12 season. With a 38-28 record, a second place finish in the Northwest division and the sixth seed in the playoffs, the Nuggets were confident they could take the next step over their rivals. Against the Los Angeles Lakers in the first round of the playoffs, the Nuggets came back from a 3-1 deficit to force a Game 7, but ran out of gas and couldn't complete a stunning turnaround. From top to bottom, the Nuggets have one of the deepest rosters in the NBA, but entering the offseason the team was looking for that spark that could possibly put the team over the top. The offseason saw the departure of veterans like Arron Affalo and Al Harrington, but the Nuggets quickly got active in the free agent market by sneaking into the Dwight Howard trade to nab Andre Iguodala away from the 76ers. The team also re-signed JaVale McGee to solidify the center position behind Kosta Koufos, as well as bringing in big man Anthony Randolph to provide depth at the power forward position. In the draft, the Nuggets may have found two important role players for the season ahead, including French standout shooting guard Evan Fournier and Quincy Miller, a talented forward from Baylor. While there are a few new faces on the Nuggets' roster, the team remains largely the same from a year ago and head coach George Karl hopes he can put together a winning formula. At point guard, Ty Lawson and Andre Miller form an athletic tandem, while the arrival of Andre Iguodala should help Evan Fournier learn the shooting guard position slowly, while Corey Brewer provides depth. At forward, Kenneth Faried has really come into his own at the position, while Danilo Gallinari provides a size and shooting threat that has made him a fan favorite. Anthony Randolph is certainly the wild card of the group who has big time skills but has to play more consistently. The Nuggets certainly didn't go out and splurge on a mega talent during the offseason, but rather worked on the fringe to strengthen a lineup that pushed the Lakers to the verge of elimination in the playoffs. They have given themselves financial flexibility to swing a deal and have constructed an up-and-coming roster that could cause Western Conference opponents fits during this season and beyond.

2011 Denver Nuggets Season Preview

There's a lot of uncertainty heading into the season for the Denver Nuggets. Although Carmelo Anthony is still on the roster, the possibility of him being traded at any point in the near future is very real, leaving the team without its leading scorer from a year ago. The Nuggets were bounced from the playoffs by the Utah Jazz last season, and if they manage to retain Anthony, they can certainly make a run at the post-season once again. While Anthony was the leader of the offense last season with 28.2 points a game, he is surrounded by a number of talented players. Veteran point guard Chauncey Billups is experienced at running an offense, but can also be a scoring threat as he averaged 19.5 points a game last season. Additionally, Kenyon Martin, Arron Afflalo and J.R. Smith are all reliable scorers. The Nuggets have one of the best defensive big men in the NBA in center Chris Andersen. The 6-foot-10 Andersen averaged 1.9 blocks a game while bringing down 6.4 rebounds per contest. Joining Andersen off the bench is Ty Lawson, who is in his second year out of North Carolina and can definitely contribute if he stays healthy.

2010 Denver Nuggets Season Preview

Fans of the Denver Nuggets have reason for excitement as the team heads into the 2009-2010 season, because the Nuggets are back. Following a strong postseason run last year that had Denver competing with the Lakers in the Western Conference Finals; Nuggets players have their sights set on an NBA Championship. Nuggets Head Coach George Karl has a veteran lineup that is led by Carmelo Anthony and Chauncey Billups. If those three can spark Denver through a tough Western Conference then the Nuggets could hang their first NBA Championship banner.

2009 Denver Nuggets Season Preview

The Denver Nuggets are a key team to watch in the West this year. With superstars Allen Iverson and Carmelo Anthony, the Denver Nuggets will look to rival the Phoenix Suns and the big teams from Texas for tops in the Western Conference. The newest Denver Nuggets lineup is viewed as a sign of a renaissance for Denver basketball. Watching a game at the Pepsi Center in Denver will be a high-flying action packed experience you won’t soon forget.

Denver Nuggets News

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Denver Nuggets News - 11/30/2016

The Denver Nuggets have experienced a jump in the NBA power rankings after the previous weeks from No. 24 up to No. 21. Shooting guard rookie Jamal Murray has proven to be a crucial part of the offensive games success, with 50% shooting over a four-game stretch. The Nuggets also have the No. 1 spot in the league's rebounds per game at 49.9. The Denver Nuggets will finish this week's games off at home at the Pepsi Center playing the Heat and Rockets. Average ticket prices for both games are under $50.

Denver Nuggets News - 11/16/2016

The Denver Nuggets have been plagued with injuries bringing their ranking down from the No. 16 spot to No. 25 as of last week. Will Barton has only been able to play three games for the regular season due to a sprained ankle. To add on top of Barton’s injury, shooting guard Gary Harris is said to be out four weeks with a foot injury. The Nuggets have three more games, all played at home, this week against the Suns, Raptors and Jazz.

Denver Nuggets News - 10/31/2016

The Denver Nuggets will be on the road this week for games against the Raptors, Timberwolves and Pistons. All of these games have an average price below $35 for these away games. Their current season record is 1-1, gaining their win against the Pelicans in their first regular season game for the 2016-2017 season.

 

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