Nuggets Hold Prices for Season Ticket Holders
DENVER, Apr. 23 -- The Denver Nuggets announced today that they will not change season ticket prices for the 2007-08 campaign for current season ticket holders.
“Regardless of how far the Nuggets go in the playoffs, we felt this was an appropriate way to thank our season ticket holders for their continued support,” said Paul Andrews, Executive Vice President/CMO for Kroenke Sports Enterprises.
The current pricing will keep the Nuggets competitive with the rest of the NBA in terms of pricing, even though the team plays in a privately funded arena with a lower seating capacity than many teams. In 2006-07, the Nuggets ranked near the middle of the NBA in average ticket price ($56.13).
Season ticket holders will again enjoy at least a 10% savings over single-game buyers. Prices range from $10 to $124 per seat. One third of Pepsi Center seats will remain priced at $21 or less, with around 1,000 seats priced at only $10.
The Nuggets recently made history, wrapping up their fourth-straight regular season with a winning record – something the team had never done since joining the NBA in 1976. The Nuggets join the Spurs and Dallas Mavericks as the only Western Conference teams to make four-straight playoff appearances.
In 2005, USA Today rated the Pepsi Center the No. 1 arena in the NBA for ambience and entertainment value. According to Team Marketing Report, the Nuggets rank well below the league average on the Fan Cost Index.
Season tickets are available for next year in prime locations and can be purchased at Nuggets.com or by calling 303-405-1212.