Jazz All-Star Weekend Tickets Get High Price Tag
Aug 15, 2022, 5:01 PM
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SALT LAKE CITY – NBA All-Star Weekend is returning to Utah for the first time in 30 years, but Jazz fans wanting tickets to the events should expect to pay a premium.
The NBA unveiled the cost for all of the individual events plus special package deals that include unique access behind the scenes during All-Star Weekend.
Here’s a look at what Jazz fans can expect to pay if they want tickets to attend the All-Star Weekend in Utah.
Cheapest All-Star Tickets Start At $199
The most affordable tickets for All-Star Weekend in Utah start at $199 and give fans a few different options.
Fans can take in the Celebrity All-Star game from the upper bowl at Vivint Arena beginning at $199, or for the same price, can watch the All-Star practice from the same seats.
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Those tickets can climb as high as $699 for fans wanting to attend both events while sitting courtside.
Rising Stars Challenge Begins At $299
For fans wanting to take in the Rising Stars challenge they’ll see prices jump to $299 in the upper bowl.
Those tickets can jump as high as $499 in the lower bowl and $1,299 to sit courtside.
This may be the most likely case for Jazz fans to catch a local player at All-Star weekend as Jared Butler, Leandro Bolmaro, Simone Fontecchio, and Walker Kessler could all be selected to the games.
Entry-Level Single Day Jazz All-Star Tickets
For fans wanting to take in Saturday night’s dunk contest, three-point shoot-out, and the skills challenge, tickets will start at $1,299 for the entry-level draftee package.
The package includes access to the NBA Crossover lounge which showcases the convergence of the NBA and pop culture.
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It also includes a one-month subscription to the NBA League Pass.
Similarly, fans wanting only to attend the All-Star Game on Sunday night should expect to pay $1,599 for seats for the draftee package.
Single Day Add-Ons
In addition to attending either the All-Star game or the All-Star Saturday night, fans can purchase the rookie-level package that includes breakfast with NBA Mascots and an added NBA experience after Saturday’s events.
The rookie package costs $1,699 for Saturday night’s festivities or $1,799 for Sunday’s All-Star game, plus breakfast and the Saturday evening event.
Fans wanting only to experience the Mascot breakfast can do so a-la-carte for $99.
Sophomore, Veteran, and MVP Packages
The Sophomore package offers a series of events to fans wanting more from their All-Star weekend beyond either the festivities on Saturday or Sunday night.
For $1,499, fans can attend All-Star Saturday night, get access to a luncheon with an NBA legend, the NBA Crossover Lounge, the added event after Saturday’s showcase, and the NBA EXP Lounge which includes food, drinks, games, and NBA Legend meet-and-greets.
The Veteran package for Saturday’s events includes similar access and ranges up to $1,899.
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Fans can swap out All-Star Saturday night for Sunday’s All-Star game with the Sophmore package beginning at $1,899, but it doesn’t include access to the NBA EXP Lounge.
The Veteran package does include the NBA EXP Lounge, but not Saturday evening’s event, and costs $1,999
The MVP packages include the aforementioned add-ons, plus a pre-game concert for fans attending Sunday’s All-Star game and range from $3,999 to $4,399.
For fans wanting to experience both Saturday night and Sunday night’s festivities, ticket packages begin at $2,999 for seats in the upper bowl and climb to $3,999 in the lower level.
The two-day veteran package includes access to Saturday’s dunk contest, three-point shoot-out, and the skills challenge, Sunday’s All-Star game, access to the NBA Crossover Lounge, the added event after Saturday’s showcase, the NBA EXP Lounge, plus an added gift from the NBA Experiences gifting suite.
For fans wanting access to Friday’s Celebrity All-Star game and the Rising Stars Challenge, plus both Saturday night and Sunday night’s festivities, packages begin at $7,199 for lower bowl seats.
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Included in the three-day package is access to the NBA Crossover Lounge, the added event after Saturday’s showcase, the NBA EXP Lounge, a gift from the NBA Experiences gifting suite, plus an on-court photo with an NBA legend at Vivint Arena during the weekend.
High Rollers Package
For those looking for the ultimate experience during All-Star Weekend in Utah, the Legends package is for you.
Included in the Legends package is tickets for each event Friday through Sunday, a photo opportunity on the blue carpet where the Rising Stars will walk ahead of Friday’s games, the opportunity to stand in for your favorite players to help the TV Crew prepare for weekend’s telecast, VIP lunch with an NBA legend, plus access to the NBA Crossover Lounge, the added event after Saturday’s showcase, the NBA EXP Lounge, plus an added gift from the NBA Experiences gifting suite.
But, it won’t come cheap. The Legend package to All-Star weekend costs an impressive $11,999 for each guest.
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