Fresh off their most successful season in franchise history the Denver Nuggets were able to add some role players this offseason who have provided a spark to this team such as Nate Robinson, Randy Foye and Darrell Arthur. The Denver Nuggets are currently 12-8 putting them third in a stacked Northwest Division behind only the Portland Trail Blazers and Oklahoma City Thunder, two of the best teams in all of the Western Conference.
Despite the Nuggets solid start, prices for Denver Nuggets tickets on the secondary market are dropping. Since opening night, the average price has fallen from $94 to $78, a dip of 17%. With that in mind, here’s a look at ticket prices for tonight’s game in Washington and their upcoming homestand:
- 12/09 @ Washington Wizards: Avg $22, Get-in $3, 71% Below Wizards Avg
The Denver Nuggets are on the road tonight against the Washington Wizards before returning home. This game features two of the best young point guards in Ty Lawson of the Nuggets and Washington’s John Wall who has really emerged as a star this season averaging just under a 20 points and 10 assists per game. Tickets are averaging over $50 cheaper for this game than normal Wizards game at just $22 with a very low Get-in of $3.
- 12/12 vs Utah Jazz: Avg $52, Get-in $5, 33% Below Nuggets Avg
The Nuggets then return to Denver to begin a four game homestand beginning with their struggling Utah Jazz. Fans can find tickets going for an average of 33% lower than normal with some as low as $5 and averaging $52 for this meeting.
- 12/15 vs New Orleans Pelicans: Avg $40, Get-in $4, 49% Below Nuggets Avg
The New Orleans Pelicans are one of the more promising teams in the league with a good foundation of up and coming players such as Anthony Davis, Jrue Holiday and Eric Gordon. However they have dropped two games in a row which has seen ticket prices fall by 27% to an average of $40 per person.
- 12/17 vs Oklahoma City Thunder: Avg $85, Get-in $12, 9% Above Nuggets Avg
Averaging $85 per seat tickets for this game against the Oklahoma City Thunder are 9% above Denvers home average on the season with some as low as just $12. This increase is due to the fact that the Thunder are one of the better teams in the West and is a game the Nuggets need to win to keep pace in the Northwest Division.
- 12/20 vs Phoenix Suns: Avg $62, Get-in $7, 21% Below Nuggets Avg
The Nuggets finish their homestand on December 20th coming against the Phoenix Suns who have currently won two in a row. In their first meeting this season the Suns were able to earn the victory behind a strong performance from the Morris twins who combined for 39 points and 18 rebounds off the bench. However Ty Lawson was able to expose the Phoenix defense gashing them for 29 points and shooting 48% from the field; if he can put up that kind of performance and and the Nuggets can muster up some points from their bench this game should be decided early. Denver fans looking to attend this game can find tickets going for 21% lower than the Nuggets home average at $62 after falling 12% this week.