Outshine the competition with Phoenix Suns tickets. Founded in 1968, the Phonix Suns immediately struggled, but quickly turned their fortunes around in the 1970s when they reached the 1976 NBA Finals in a stunning upset. They, however, lost to the Boston Celtics in six games. The Suns attempted to resurrect their glory during the 1993 NBA Finals but lost to the Chicago Bulls in six games. Through the 2019 season, they have earned two conference titles and six division titles but no national championship. They are the only team in the Western Conference playing in the Pacific Division to not be inside the state of California. They are also the only professional sports team in the state of Arizona to use a city name instead of the state moniker.
Notable former players include Charles Barkley, Steve Nash, and Kevin Johnson. The official mascot is the Suns Gorilla, named Go, who first appeared in the 1979 season when he danced under the basketball goal during a timeout.
The Suns play their home games at the Talking Stick Resort Arena. The address is 201 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004. Secure your Phoenix Suns tickets through TicketSmarter today.
The TicketSmarter basketball calendar is located above and offers the best way to sort by Phoenix Sun ticket prices. Most game prices are based on when the game is played as well as who they are playing. Non-conference games tend to offer cheaper Phoenix Suns tickets. You can also sit in the 200 level section at the Talking Stick Resort Arena on the cheap as well. If however, you are interested in having a premium experience, why not check out the Bourbon Legends Lounge or standard rentable suites.
You can purchase Suns tickets for as low as $14 per seat. Those will be located in the upper 200 level section of the Talking Stick Resort Arena. Most tickets average $82 per seat. For NBA postseason matchups, those tickets will be more expensive. Center Court and courtside seating will typically be priced above face value.
Phoenix Suns tickets for the current basketball season can be found at prices between $13.00 and $17220.00, while the average price per game this season is around $308.77. Next up for the team is the Los Angeles Lakers vs. Phoenix Suns game at Crypto.com Arena, 1111 S Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA. The basketball game is scheduled for March 22nd, 2023 at 7:00pm and TicketSmarter has 2435 tickets available for the event. Fans looking for cheap Los Angeles Lakers vs. Phoenix Suns tickets can find them starting at $85.00, while the more expensive seats in the arena for the game can go for prices as high as $19936.00.
As the only team in their division - the Pacific Division - not based in the state of California, the Suns bear the brunt of the difficulty when it comes to travel. They face legendary teams like the Sacramento Kings, Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Clippers and the Los Angeles Lakers. If there is a Western Conference matchup you're looking forward to, take some time to check out our Phoenix Suns schedule. Located at the top of the page, this helpful tool shows every upcoming game so you can find the Phoenix Suns matchup that fits into your busy schedule.
The current Phoenix Suns season has 29 basketball games remaining on the schedule. Fans of the team are looking forward to the NBA Finals: Phoenix Suns vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) game on June 18th, 2023 at TBD. It’s scheduled to take place at Footprint Center, 201 East Jefferson Street, Phoenix, AZ and there are 77 tickets on sale on TicketSmarter. NBA Finals: Phoenix Suns vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) tickets are currently in the price range of $1596.00 to $6894.00.
Shortly after the NBA releases the upcoming schedule, you can purchase Suns tickets through TicketSmarter. Typically the schedule comes out during the summer. You don’t even need a presale code. You can even purchase your tickets through our mobile app so you don’t have to worry about waiting in the Suns ticket office line in Phoenix.
When the arena first opened in 1992, it was known as the America West Arena. Then the Temple-based America West Airlines purchased US Airways in 2005. The name of the venue changed to be the US Airways Center. Then in 2014, the Talking Stick Resort located in Scottsdale purchased the naming rights for the arena. The name went into effect prior to the 2015-16 Phoenix Suns season. The AFL/IFL Arizona Rattlers share the stadium with the Suns. The arena has two nicknames, the Purple Palace and the Snake Pit when the Rattlers are home. It can hold up to 18,422 people across two sections of seating. The Pacific Office Automation Courtside Club offers spectacular views of the court and even a private lounge. Or you can try out the 1ST Bank Terrace which provides views behind the basketball goal. The north section of the arena is the Club Annexus loge boxes. Sections 102 and 114 offer center court views. To view the entire Phoenix Suns seating chart, check out the interactive map from TicketSmarter, located above.
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