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The LA Lakers average ticket prices for the NBA regular season games has fluctuated significantly over the past six years. Coming off of a 2009 and 2010 NBA Championship wins for the Lakers the average ticket prices for the next two season were at their highest point. The 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 season saw the average prices hit above $120 but saw a steep drop as the team's ranking lowered. The largest decrease came during the 2013-14 season with a drop of 40%, moving from $124 average ticket price to a $74 average price. In 2015-2016 the Lakers experienced a peak in ticket prices due to being Kobe Bryant’s last NBA season, with prices averaging at $99. The Los Angeles Lakers have a $88 average price as they head into the current season, an 11% decrease from the previous year.

Los Angeles Lakers Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 10/28/2016)

How to Buy Los Angeles Lakers Tickets

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

2. Click “Select” to reveal all available Los Angeles Lakers tickets, the Staples Center interactive seating chart, ticket quantity, and ticket price filters. Use the ticket price filter, and ticket quantity filter to quickly refine your search to the available Los Angeles Lakers tickets that are in your price range. You can also utilize the “eTickets Only” filter to find all Los Angeles Lakers tickets that will be delivered electronically. The Staples Center interactive map can be employed to reveal all tickets available for a preferred section. Select the perfect tickets and click “Go” to proceed to checkout.

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2016 Lakers Season Preview

The Los Angeles Lakers finished the 2015-2016 season with a franchise-worst of 17 wins and 65 loses. Many changes have occurred for the Lakers coming into the 2016-2017 season. First, Kobe Bryant announced his retirement and had his final season, Bryant has been a huge influence for the team and players will have to adjust their strategy and make a name for themselves as the Kobe era ends. Another change is Luke Walton coming in as the new head coach, replacing Bryon Scott. Fans of the Lakers have been excited to witness the young talent that has been playing in the summer league. D’Angelo Russell, 2015’s No. 2 overall draft pick, will be a key part of the Los Angeles Lakers success as they enter the 2016 season. Coaches have stated that it will be important for Russell to play less of an isolated game and work more as a team. A rookie player that has shown a lot of promise for the Lakers is Brandon Ingram who in five games averaged 12.2 points on 41 percent shooting. All eyes will be on the Los Angeles Lakers to see if they will be able to come back in 2016 as one of the top NBA teams once again. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Los Angeles Lakers at home or on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for Lakers’ tickets.

Los Angeles Lakers Basketball at Staples Center

Address: 1111 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, California, 90015

The Lakers play their home games at the Staples Center, located in Los Angeles, California. When filled to capacity, the Staples Center holds nearly 19 thousand screaming Laker fans. The mutual home of both the Lakers and the Los Angeles Clippers, the Staples Center is filled with state-of-the-art amenities to provide the best experience for their patrons. Outside the arena are statues of Laker greats Magic Johnson, Kareem-Abdul Jabbar and Jerry West. The LA Lakers home bench is on the Staples Center court side in front of sections 118 & 119. Staples Center parking information is covered in our Lakers event guide.

Staples Center Seating Chart

Los Angeles Lakers Rivals

Not only is this the best rivalry in the NBA, it could be argued that this is the best in all of professional sports. These two storied franchises have met in the NBA Finals 11+ times and have accounted for over 32 championships. With legends such as Magic Johnson, Kobe Bryant, Larry Bird, and Bill Russell participating in this matchup, it is no wonder that this rivalry trumps the rest in its sport.

Same city and same arena leads this matchup to be one of the more heated rivalries in the NBA. With city bragging rights on the line every time these two teams meet, the intensity level is always at its highest. The "Hallways Series" has been played over 125 times since the first meeting in 1984.

Lakers vs. Spurs

This rivalry dates back to the 1970s, but picked up steam in the late 1990s and into the 2000s when both teams combined to make seven straight NBA Finals. Overall, these two teams have met in the playoffs 10+ times and will only continue to add to that number in the years to come.

Lakers vs. Kings

This rivalry dates back to the 1970s, but picked up steam in the late 1990s and into the 2000s when both teams combined to make seven straight NBA Finals. Overall, these two teams have met in the playoffs 10+ times and will only continue to add to that number in the years to come.

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

One of the more successful franchises in all of sports, the Lakers have created a legacy that is hard to match. With over 16 championships and 30 conference championships, the Lakers will only continue to add to their impressive history. The Lakers have also added 20+ division titles.

Los Angeles Lakers Event Guide

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What time do the gates open prior to a Lakers game?

Gates open 90 minutes before game time and the players usually come out not too long after to start their shoot-around. There are few arenas that can match the charisma of the downtown Los Angeles Staples Center so we advise you to get there as early as possible, you may even get a chance to take a picture with a celebrity.

Where are good places to eat before a Lakers game?

Downtown Los Angeles is one of the best places in the world for food. For Korean barbeque lovers there are dozens of places within a few miles, Genwa and Soowon Galbi are two of the best. For Mexican food Yxta Cocina Mexicana, El Cholo, and Yxta Cocina Mexicana are all close and fantastic. For the full game day experience, head to L.A. Live right across the street from the Staples Center, it will be full of Lakers fans, and has a few good choices for food, The Yard and The Farm are both worth checking out.

How can I buy cheap Los Angeles Lakers tickets?

TicketCity offers a big selection of Los Angeles Lakers tickets which include some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Lakers tickets fluctuate based on demand and opponent. Marquee Western Conference opponents, like the Los Angeles Clippers, San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder, and Portland Trail Blazers can drive up home game prices. While cheap tickets are more plentiful for non-conference opponents. Those early season games may offer best opportunity to purchase Lakers tickets near face value.

Where is the best place to park at the Staples Center?

Driving and parking in L.A. is always an adventure, so you need to be prepared. Getting to the game early is a must, and purchasing a parking pass from TicketCity is the easiest way to go. A majority of the parking close to the stadium is reserved for passes, and the few that are not fill up quick. Taking the Dash bus is another hassle free way to get to the arena, but make sure to double check the times that it is running. Pay attention to no parking and tow away signs and be ready to spend at least $15.

Where can I find the 2016-2017 Los Angeles Lakers schedule?

The Lakers 2016-2017 schedule is listed as soon as it is announced by the NBA. The Lakers play in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference, which means games against the Los Angeles Clippers, Golden State Warriors, Phoenix Suns, and Sacramento Kings. Game times are announced by the NBA as soon as the TV schedule is set. Los Angeles’ Christmas Day matchup against the Miami Heat is typically one of the most popular games. If you are looking for Lakers news or scores, then visit our partners at CBS Sports. They are also a good source for the official Los Angeles Lakers team roster.

Does my child need a ticket to attend the game?

Children 3 and older are required to have tickets to enter the stadium.

Can I buy Los Angeles Lakers season tickets?

Los Angeles season tickets are available to buy until tipoff of their home opener. Check our listings above or call us if you would like to purchase Lakers season tickets. Let us know if you want a particular section at Staples Center.

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Los Angeles Lakers Preview History

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2015 Los Angeles Lakers Season Preview

The Los Angeles Lakers struggled for a 2nd consecutive season, watching star Kobe Bryant go down with a season ending injury once again. Entering what is probably Bryant’s last season in the NBA, the Lakers are at a crossroads. They want to win now, and set the team up for future success. The talent around Bryant will be better than it has been in recent years, with the acquisition of Roy Hibbert, Julius Randle, and rookie point guard D’Angelo Russell. But the story of the 2015 Los Angeles Lakers will be what it has been for every Lakers team since 1996, and that is Kobe Bryant. If Bryant can stay healthy, and return to his elite play, the Lakers have a shot at making the playoffs, if he can’t? It may be a whimpering goodbye to one of the best players in NBA history.

2014 Los Angeles Lakers Season Preview

The Los Angeles Lakers finished the 2013-2014 season with more losses than any other season in team history. The Lakers had a closing record of 27-55 and missed the NBA playoffs for only the 3rd season since 1977. Los Angeles can hang much of this failure on the massive amounts of injuries that the team faced including to superstar Kobe Bryant, who missed all but 6 games of the season. This result led the team to bring in former Lakers player Byron Scott as the head coach going into the 2014-15 NBA season. Gone from last year’s LA Lakers team are Pau Gasol, Chris Kaman, Jordan Farmar, and Jodie Meeks. Replacing them in Los Angeles are Carlos Boozer, Jeremy Lin and talented rookie Julius Randle. Kobe Bryant will try to return to his typical world class form after missing much of the last 2 seasons with injuries. The Lakers will look to compete in a packed Western Conference, but have the talent to finish in the top half of the league and should return to the NBA Playoffs.

2013 Los Angeles Lakers Season Preview

The Lakers had a disappointing 2012-13 Season by their standards, and while they lost Dwight Howard to free agency in the offseason, many think it was necessary to move on as a franchise. The Lakers lost to the Spurs in the first round, but were without future Hall of Famer Kobe Bryant, who missed significant time due to injury. Kobe will be back in 2013, alongside Steve Nash and new additions Jordan Farmar, Chris Kaman and Nick Young. L.A. opens the season at home with a big test against the Spurs on Nov. 1. Other key home games include vs. Chicago on February 9, vs. Oklahoma City on Feb. 13 and vs. Houston on Feb. 19th – a heck of a home-stand that also includes the Jazz, Celtics and Nets. They’ll also play on coveted Christmas Day against Lebron and the Heat.

2012 Los Angeles Lakers Season Preview

While the Lakers weren’t able to land Chris Paul this offseason, the nucleus (minus Lamar Odom, who was shipped off to Dallas) that captured the Pacific division and second seed in the West last year is still there. The lockout is a mixed blessing for the team who, after several championships won and sought after, logged in the most minutes of any team over the past half-decade. While they had time to rest and recoup (and dance and change their name like Ron Artest, nee Metta World Peace), the upcoming season has weeks of three consecutive games that will be a test to the knees of future Hall of Famer Kobe Bryant and his teammates Andrew Bynum and Derek Fisher. The difference-maker will, of course, be Bryant, who has been the barometer for the team—as he goes, the team does. It will be interesting to see how the schedule and the tumult surrounding the team and its trades affect one of the signature franchises in all of sports.

2011 Los Angeles Lakers Season Preview

Despite being the two-time defending NBA Champions, the Los Angeles Lakers are being overlooked by a lot of experts who expect the fully loaded Miami Heat to take over the crown. Although Miami is stocked with talent, the Lakers have just about everybody returning from last year's championship run, and a healthy Kobe Bryant could mean a third straight title for L.A. With his fifth championship, Bryant has firmly cemented himself as one of the NBA's all-time great players. At 32-years-old, many believe him to be slowing down, but he averaged 27 points a game last year, and proved that he is one of the most clutch shooters in the league's history. While Bryant is certainly a dynamic player, he is surrounded by a talented supporting cast, highlighted by center Pau Gasol, who averaged 18.3 points and 11.7 rebounds a game last season. Lamar Odom has proven that he can be counted on for approximately 10 points a game, and Ron Artest will look to be a lock-down defender once again. A deep bench, highlighted by Luke Walton, Matt Barnes and Shannon Brown, makes a Lakers three-peat very possible.

2010 Los Angeles Lakers Season Preview

The Los Angeles Lakers head into the 2009-2010 season looking to repeat as NBA Champions. Standing in the Lakers way will be a stronger Western Conference and a few big teams from back East. The Lakers did not spend their entire off-season celebrating the championship and planning weddings, they made a move to improve their team. The Lakers signed SF Ron Artest away from Houston to add some toughness and defense to an already outstanding lineup. Lakers Head Coach Phil Jackson returns, along with all-star Kobe Bryant. Jackson, Bryant and Artest will lead a talented lineup on their quest for a 16th Lakers NBA Championship.

2009 Los Angeles Lakers Season Preview

With Kobe Bryant sill on the roster, the Los Angeles Lakers are going to be one of the most exciting teams in the NBA this season. Bryant can often carry games by himself, scoring an outlandish number of points and turning the tide of a game in a heartbeat. His numbers during the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing were incredible, and he carried Team USA all the way to the gold medal. This team is going to make a serious push for the playoffs - get ready for another exciting year. Watching a Laker Game at the Staples Center never disappoints. Who can forget the incredible play of former greats Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, just to name a few? The current Laker lineup still has that same star power and potential for excitement.

Los Angeles Lakers News

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Los Angeles Lakers News - 11/28/2016

The Lakers will play all their four games for the current week on the road against the New Orleans Pelicans, Chicago Bulls, Toronto Raptors and Memphis Grizzlies. Average ticket prices for the Los Angeles Lakers’ week see a low against the Pelicans with price average at $25. The following games of the week rise to the $60 range for ticket averages. The Los Angeles Lakers current power ranking is No. 13 with an NBA regular season record of 9-9.

Los Angeles Lakers News - 11/18/2016

The Lakers' coaching have been surprised by Brandon Ingram who was drafted for his offense skills has proven to be an asset as a defender. Ingram’s offense game has been lacking with an average of 7.2 points in 10 games but head coach Luke Walton is seeing him more as a lock-down defender for the coming games. The Los Angeles Lakers have two home games to finish off the week against the Spurs and Bulls, both games have an average ticket price of $124.

Los Angeles Lakers News - 11/1/2016

With the 2016 NBA regular season in its second week, the Lakers have climbed one spot and are currently at No. 27 in the rankings with a 1-2 record. The Los Angeles Lakers will have two home games this week, playing the Golden State Warriors on Friday and the Phoenix Suns the following Sunday. Average ticket prices have spiked for the Lakers vs. Warriors matchup, with prices at $234.

 

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