Nuggets Announce 2009-10 Ticket Prices
Renewing season ticket holders to receive price lock for playoffs and no price increase for next season
DENVER, Feb. 26, 2009 -- The Denver Nuggets today announced ticket prices for the 2009-10 season. The Nuggets will continue to be in the bottom half of the NBA in average ticket price ($61.50), despite playing in a privately-funded arena with a capacity in the bottom half of the league.
Season ticket holders who renew will receive a price lock on their seats for the 2009 NBA Playoffs, from the First Round to the Conference Finals, and will pay the same price for the 2009-10 regular season. Season ticket holders will also be able to use a new 10-month easy pay plan.
"We know our fans expect a good product at a fair price. The Nuggets have only changed pricing ten times since 1988 and continue to provide good value to our fans," said Paul Andrews, Executive Vice President of Kroenke Sports Enterprises. "This is an exciting announcement to make while the team is leading the division and off to the best start in franchise history and we all want to thank our fans for their continued support," added Andrews.
The Nuggets are one of only four teams in the NBA to qualify for the playoffs in each of the last five seasons and are currently tied for the best record (38-20) in franchise history after 58 games. The roster features hometown hero and four-time NBA All-Star Chauncey Billups as well as two-time All-Star and Olympic gold medalist Carmelo Anthony.
New season ticket buyers who purchase before April 6, 2009 will receive a great seat location and the price lock for the playoffs as well.
Season tickets can be purchased at Nuggets.com or by calling 303-405-1212.
Below is a look at the ticket prices for the 2009-10 season:
|Lower level center prime area:||$135||$135|
|Lower level center:||$109||$109|
|Lower level corner:||$71||$71|
|Lower level ends:||$56||$56|
|Upper center prime:||$45||$45|