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The Utah Jazz have seen average NBA regular season ticket prices for their games experience a steep contrast this year compared to the past five seasons. The price average through seasons 2011 and 2015 stayed under the low price of $20. The Jazz's lowest ticket average hit $12 in seasons 2011 and 2013. The lowest decrease within the six seasons came during the 2013 season with a small drop of 20%, moving from a $15 average ticket price to an average $12 price. The average ticket price for the Utah Jazz regular season ticket for the 2016 season is currently at $47, which is the highest ticket price in the last 6 years and a 213% increase from the previous season.

Utah Jazz Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 10/28/2016)

How to Buy Utah Jazz Tickets

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

2. Click “Select” to reveal all available Utah Jazz tickets, the Vivint Smart Home Arena 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 Utah Jazz tickets that are in your price range. You can also utilize the “eTickets Only” filter to find all Utah Jazz tickets that will be delivered electronically. The Vivint Smart Home Arena 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 Jazz Season Preview

Even though the Utah Jazz missed the playoffs last season they were still in the running, until the final regular season game. As a team, the Jazz have been growing and are expected to come into the 2016-2017 season as a strong contender for the playoffs. A piece of the puzzle that was missing from Utah was a lack of talented veterans but as the season starts they have gained George Hill, Joe Johnson and Boris Diaw to fill that hole. These players will also join the younger additions to the team: Gordon Hayward and Derrick Favors. As the Utah Jazz come off of an excellent offseason, the hype behind the team is proving to be positive. All eyes will be on Utah as they predict to reach 50 game wins and take their shot at the playoffs. This will be an exciting season for Jazz fans to watch their team, and TicketCity will have some of the best deals on home and away Utah Jazz tickets!

Utah Jazz Basketball at Vivint Smart Home Arena

Address: 301 W South Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84101

The Jazz play their home games at Vivint Smart Home Arena, located in Salt Lake City, Utah. When filled to capacity, Vivint Smart Home Arena holds nearly 20 thousand screaming Jazz fans. If you’re sitting in the upper bowl, be sure to check out Jazztown, where fans can get Jazz tattoos and free commemorative photos. The Utah Jazz home bench is on the Vivint Smart Home Arena court side in front of section 8. Vivint Smart Home Arena parking information is covered in our Jazz event guide.

Vivint Smart Home Arena Seating Chart

Utah Jazz Rivals

Jazz vs. Rockets

The Jazz and the Rockets have met up over 190 times dating back to 1974. The two teams have had classic battles and have had stars such as Karl Malone, John Stockton, and Hakeem Olajuwon grace the court in this match-up. This rivalry reached its peak in the mid-1990s when the Jazz and Rockets met in the playoffs four times in five seasons including two Western Conference Finals. The rivalry was renewed in the late-2000s when both teams met in the first round of the playoffs in back-to-back seasons.

Jazz vs. Trail Blazers

The Jazz and the Trail Blazers have been in some great regular season games against each other, as well as 30+ playoff games in their history. These two teams have battled it out over the years in the Western Conference which has made this match-up one of the best in the league. The rivalry reached its peak when Utah and Portland met in 1992 Western Conference Finals.

Jazz vs. Spurs

These two Western Conference foes, neither of which are strangers to the NBA Finals, are representative of cities that love their basketball. The Jazz and the Spurs have also played in over 20 playoff match-ups over the years, including a Western Conference Finals series in 2007. This rivalry was at its best when Utah and San Antonio met three times in five seasons in the playoffs.

Jazz vs. Lakers

The Jazz and the Lakers have met over 160 times during the regular season that dates back to the mid-1970s. Both teams have faced off in the playoffs over 30 times; highlighted by a Jazz sweep in the 1998 Western Conference Finals. Karl Malone, John Stockton, Shaquille O’Neal, and Kobe Bryant played huge roles in making this one of the better rivalries in the NBA.

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

The Jazz became one of the most dominant teams in the NBA during the late 1990s that led them to win multiple Western Conference championships. With stars like Karl Malone and John Stockton wearing the Jazz uniform and Jerry Sloan as the head coach, Utah was a mainstay in the NBA playoffs for years. The Jazz have also added over 7 division titles through the years and will only add to that number in the upcoming seasons.

Utah Jazz Event Guide

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How can I buy cheap Utah Jazz tickets?

TicketCity offers a wide selection of Utah Jazz basketball tickets which include some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Jazz tickets fluctuate based on demand for the game. When the Jazz are winning, demand & ticket prices typically go up. The opposite can happen if Utah underperforms. Marquee opponents, like the Heat and Lakers, can also drive up home game prices. While cheap tickets are more plentiful for lesser opponents. Preseason is a good opportunity, as Jazz tickets can often be purchased below face value.

What time do gates open prior to tipoff at a Jazz game?

Doors open an hour and a half before game time at Vivint Smart Home Arena.

Where are good places to eat before a Jazz game?

If you are a burger lover you should check out Crown Burgers in downtown Salt Lake City. This local favorite usually has free parking and the food is pretty good too. There are a few great brewpubs in the area, we recommend trying Squatters Pubs & Beer, or Red Rock Brewing Company. If you are looking for Asian food, J Wong’s Asian Bistro and Dojo are both worth visiting. For a trendier place, try Em’s. Known for local food and healthy dishes, this small restaurant is a great dining experience. If you are looking for a more upscale restaurant, try The New Yorker. It is pricier but you won’t be disappointed.

Where is the best place to park at Vivint Smart Home Arena?

There are a couple good lots right next to ESA, but they fill up quickly. For best results purchase a parking pass and/or arrive early. The largest lots connected with the arena are directly to the north, and northeast, we recommend trying these first. The Trax runs from downtown to the arena for free and is always full of passionate Jazz fans. For downtown parking, try looking at the corner of West Temple and South Temple as there is a huge parking area, and is close to a Trax pickup.

Does my child need a ticket to go to a Jazz game?

Children 24 months and younger can enter Vivint Smart Home Arena without a ticket and must sit in a parents lap for the duration of the game. It is best to bring proof of your child’s age to the game with you to ensure they are allowed to enter.

Utah Jazz Preview History

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2015 Utah Jazz Season Preview

The Utah Jazz continued their struggles a year ago, failing to reach the playoffs for a 4th straight season. Much of the Jazz struggles have been due to the youth of a team that has the talent to become a contender in the Western Conference. Gordon Hayward had evolved into a full-fledged star in the NBA and will be the leader of the Utah Jazz once again in 2015-16. Look for the Jazz offensive attack to feature Hayward early and often in games. The 2015-16 Utah Jazz roster will also feature highly touted first round pick Trey Lyles who will look to add a 1-2 punch to the Jazz front court. The question remains, will the Utah Jazz have the talent to challenge the upper echelons of the Western Conference? It may be early to count the Jazz among the list of contenders this season, they have a legitimate chance of making the Western Conference playoffs, and have one of the most exciting young stars in the game.

2014 Utah Jazz Season Preview

The 2013-14 NBA season was full of growing pains for the Utah Jazz. The Jazz lost 57 games and finished well out of the NBA Western Conference playoff picture. In the offseason, Utah’s head coach Tyrone Corbin was jettisoned and for just the 2nd time since 1989, the Utah Jazz would have a new coach calling the shots. Looking at the Utah Jazz 2014-15 schedule, it is hard to predict how the team will end up. The biggest offseason move for the Jazz was to resign Gordon Hayward to a four year deal. But it is unclear if Hayward is ready to take the mantle of a franchise player yet. New faces in Utah will be Trevor Booker, Steve Novak and Dante Exum. But the real wildcard in the Utah Jazz’s 2015 playoff aspirations will be new head coach Tyron Corbin. Can Corbin get this talented, but young Jazz team to gel? If he can, the Utah Jazz have a shot to move towards one of the Western Conferences lower playoff seeds.

2013 Utah Jazz Season Preview

The Utah Jazz just missed out on a playoff spot in the 2012-13 Season, winning 43 games in the process. Derrick Favors is a beast on the glass and throwing down dunks and Enes Kanter proved to be dependable in the paint with a 54% shooting percentage. The Jazz added Andris Biedrins, Richard Jefferson and Brandon Rush while pulling off a draft-and-trade for point guard Trey Burke. Not many know what to expect from the Jazz this season, but the ceiling is sky high in Salt Lake City. The Jazz will start the season in Phoenix with a match up against the Suns on Nov. 1. The first home game of the season comes the next night with the Rockets and Dwight Howard making the trip to EnergySolutions Arena. Other key home games will be vs. Chicago on Nov. 25, vs. San Antonio on Dec. 14 and a matchup with the Lakers on Dec. 27.

2012 Utah Jazz Season Preview

Ever since the bygone days of Karl Malone and John Stockton, the Utah Jazz have tried in earnest to recreate the unprecedented success of those years, and the 2011-12 season was a another step in that direction. Although the team finished with a 36-30 record and made the playoffs as the eighth seed in the Western Conference, the Jazz were knocked out of the first round in a sweep by the San Antonio Spurs. Over the past several years, the Jazz have made a series of smart trades and cut bait with their higher-paid players at the right times to build an extremely talented roster that could finally be built for the long haul. With the trade of superstar point guard Deron Williams before the 2011-12 season, it was the front office's hope that their younger players like Gordon Hayward and Derrick Favors would continue to develop into key contributors. Over the course of the offseason, the Jazz brought in role players like point guard Mo Williams and forward Marvin Williams, both of whom are expected to be instant starters. In the draft, the Jazz only had one pick to work with and made it count by choosing guard Kevin Murphy. Murphy should instantly improve the team's shooting woes from the wing and could become a dynamic threat over the next several years. Aside from a series of small moves during the offseason, the Jazz's depth chart remains largely unchanged from a year ago. Mo Williams will split time with Jamaal Tinsley at the point, while the team is hoping that shooting guard Gerald Hayward will take the next step in his development. The team also boasts great depth at that position, with Randy Foye and Alec Burks being able to spell Hayward during games. At forward, the team has high hopes for former high pick Derrick Favors and Paul Millsap, both of whom need to play better defense. Finally, the Jazz's center position is solved for the near future with Al Jefferson, who is one of the more athletic big men at his position. Like many teams in the NBA, the Jazz have decided to bank their hopes on a collection of young talent who can grow and learn to play together. While the team is certainly top-heavy at certain positions on the floor, the Jazz hope that their improved depth, shedding of large contracts and a new philosophy will allow them to flourish and make headway in the Western Conference playoff race. With the trade of superstar point guard Deron Williams before the 2011-12 season, it was the front office's hope that their younger players like Gordon Hayward and Derrick Favors would continue to develop into key contributors. Over the course of the offseason, the Jazz brought in role players like point guard Mo Williams and forward Marvin Williams, both of whom are expected to be instant starters. In the draft, the Jazz only had one pick to work with and made it count by choosing guard Kevin Murphy. Murphy should instantly improve the team's shooting woes from the wing and could become a dynamic threat over the next several years. Aside from a series of small moves during the offseason, the Jazz's depth chart remains largely unchanged from a year ago. Mo Williams will split time with Jamaal Tinsley at the point, while the team is hoping that shooting guard Gerald Hayward will take the next step in his development. The team also boasts great depth at that position, with Randy Foye and Alec Burks being able to spell Hayward during games. At forward, the team has high hopes for former high pick Derrick Favors and Paul Millsap, both of whom need to play better defense. Finally, the Jazz's center position is solved for the near future with Al Jefferson, who is one of the more athletic big men at his position. Like many teams in the NBA, the Jazz have decided to bank their hopes on a collection of young talent who can grow and learn to play together. While the team is certainly top-heavy at certain positions on the floor, the Jazz hope that their improved depth, shedding of large contracts and a new philosophy will allow them to flourish and make headway in the Western Conference playoff race.

2011 Utah Jazz Season Preview

It’s a new day in Salt Lake City, but don’t call the loss of Deron Williams last year to the Nets a cause for rebuilding for the Jazz. That’s because the Jazz can contend now with one of the strongest front court cores in the league between big men Al Jefferson, Paul Milsap, Mehmet Okur and last year’s first round pick Enes Kanter. As for the guard play, the Jazz did receive former All-Star Devin Harris in the trade for Williams, and his leadership and defensive skills are what the Jazz are looking for most. There are a lot of new and moving parts in Utah, but with some time under their belt together, the Jazz could be the team to look out for in 2011-12.

2010 Utah Jazz Season Preview

In an offseason characterized by free agent frenzy, the Utah Jazz lost both Carlos Boozer and Kyle Korver to the Chicago Bulls. While losing Boozer and Korver may make it difficult for the Jazz to make a run to the finals, they certainly have enough talent and depth to make a return trip to the playoffs. The Jazz may not have landed any big name free agents, but they still have the leadership of point guard Deron Williams, who averaged more than 10 assists per game while scoring 18.7 a contest. Having Williams back will certainly help, and he is joined by recent acquisitions Al Jefferson and Raja Bell. Both Jefferson and Bell are proven veterans, and Bell in particular can be a lock down defender if needed. One of the question marks for the Jazz is whether or not they can stay healthy. Injuries have plagued Utah the last two seasons, with Andrei Kirilenko and Mehmet Okur missing time down the stretch and in the playoffs. If the two big men can stay on the court, and the Jazz can get production out of rookies Gordon Hayward and Jeremy Evans, there's no reason they won't be a top five seed in the Western Conference.

2009 Utah Jazz Season Preview

The Utah Jazz look good heading into the 2009-2010 NBA season. The return a roster full of talented players, including; superstars Carlos Boozer and Deron Williams. In addition to those two, the Jazz have Andrei Kirilenko, Mehmet Okur, CJ Miles and Ronnie Brewer. Throw in newbie Goran Suton and you have a top to bottom roster as good as anyone in the Western Conference. Now the Jazz just need to play up to their potential and they should be a force in the NBA playoffs.

2009 Utah Jazz Season Preview

The Utah Jazz have shown themselves to be a powerful force in the Western Conference, making it to the conference finals only to lose to the powerful Los Angeles Lakers. With Carlos Boozer and Deron Williams stepping up as bright stars, the Utah Jazz play a powerful and physical game that most teams find a real challenge to match up against. Watching a Jazz game at the EnergySolutions Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, you’ll see the new class of Utah Jazz greats take their physical game to the next level and perhaps to the NBA Finals.

Utah Jazz News

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Utah Jazz News - 12/5/2016

The Utah Jazz have seen a jump in the NBA Power Rankings, going from No. 14 to the 9 after a four-game winning streak. The Jazz offense has been playing its most efficient offense but with George Hill sitting out again after a sprained toe, this week is up in the air. The Utah Jazz will play four games this week against the Lakers, Suns, Warriors and Kings. Average ticket prices rise with matchups against the Lakers and Warriors, reaching the highest average of $75. The other two games this week have averages under $40.

Utah Jazz News - 11/25/2016

The previous week, the Utah Jazz had a tough week with the injuries to George Hill and Derrick Favors, keeping them off the court. With four straight losses, the Jazz went from No. 8 to No. 16 in the power rankings. George Hill made his return to the starting lineup on Wednesday for the second consecutive game against the Nuggets; with Hill’s return, the Jazz broke their losing streak with a 108-83 victory. The team have one more game for the week as they host the Hawks in Utah.

Utah Jazz News - 11/9/2016

The Utah Jazz are up in regular season wins with a current record of 5-3. The Jazz will finish the current week’s last three games on the road against the Charlotte Hornets, Orlando Magic and Miami Heat. The match up in Charlotte has a low average ticket price of $18 and average prices rise to the $40 range for the following two games. The Utah Jazz will be looking to continue their climb up the NBA rankings from the No. 8 spot.

 

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