Here are the upcoming Los Angeles Lakers games and schedule. To purchase tickets, select the date and opponent that you would like to see. You can use our interactive seating chart for the Staples Center to have a seat view of and price of tickets for every section.
The Los Angeles Lakers are A professional NBA (National Basketball Association) team that plays in the western conference of the Pacific division. The Lakers play their home games at the Staples Center, located at 111 S Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA 90015.
After a disappointing 2018-2019 season, where the team went a miserable 37-45 and failed to make the playoffs, there is a lot of high expectations for the upcoming season. The Lakers have a new head coach, Frank Vogel, to go along with a revamped roster that includes the offseason addition of Anthony Davis to go along with superstar Lebron James.
To buy Los Angeles Lakers Tickets. you first have to find the game that you would like to attend from the schedule of games listed above. Once you find the game and oppenent you would like to purchase Lakers tickets for, a list of tickets will appear with seat locations and ticket prices.
Tickets to all Los Angeles lakers 41 home games and pre-season home games are available for purchase right here at CloseSeats. Single-game Laker's ticket prices vary by game and the ticket prices are set by a supply and demand pricing tier. CloseSeats is a marketplace that brings buyers and sellers together to make a safe, secure ticket transaction.
Lakers tickets are available to the public at face value through the NBA, The Los Angeles Lakers, and their affiliates. Most of the Premium seats are sold to season ticket holders and sponsors. When these people cannot attend a game, they will often try to resell their tickets on what is called the secondary market. It is called this because the tickets that are offered for sale have already been purchased through the primary market as explained above.
Buying tickets to Lakers games on the secondary market is becoming a very popular thing for fans to do. It gives the fans an opportunity to sit in premium seats that they may have never had the chance to sit in. Lakers tickets on the secondary market are not always above face value at CloseSeats, as stated above, the price is set by supply and demand and many times tickets are listed on our site for below face value. It is a good idea to shop our inventory closely for every game.
CloseSeats has tickets to each and every Lakers home and away games. whether you are shopping for pre-season, regular season or post season tickets, you will always find a game on the schedule that we have tickets to. Lakers Playoff tickets and Lakers NBA finals can also be purchased and as always, we have no service fees at checkout for any of the games that you choose to buy
Depending on the game on the schedule that you choose, you can expect to pay at least $40.00 for lakers tickets with the lowest prices for many games going much higher
No, you do not. The Los Angeles Lakers, along with every team in the NBA, only allow mobile ticket gate entry to their games.
Doors for Suite and Premier ticket holders open 2 hours prior to the start of the game. Doors for all other ticketed guests open 1 ½ hours prior to the start of the game.
Main Entrances are available to all ticketed guests, VIP suite holders and Premier ticket holders may use VIP Entrances
a smoking section is available on the City View Terrace located on the Upper Concourse across from aisles U25-U28
All guests ages 3 or older must have a ticket to their own seat to enter the Staples Center for Los Angeles Lakers games
Yes. There are many, many Ticket websites that you can go to purchase tickets on the secondary market. StubHub, VividSeats, Seatgeek are just a few out of hundreds. What CloseSeats has to offer you is some of the lowest prices for Los Angeles Lakers Tickets.
What you may not know is that most of the inventory that you see on those sites are for sale at CloseSeats also because most of the time the sellers list their tickets for sale on multiple websites.
All of the prices at CloseSeats are what is called "ALL IN" in the ticket industry, which basically means that the price that you see on our ticket listings is the price you are going to pay for your tickets at checkout.
Most of our competitors, including the big ones mentioned above, make it appear that you are getting a better deal there than at CloseSeats because on their ticket listings they have a lower price than us. However, after you have chosen your tickets for purchase and entered all of your payment information, they tack on a "Service Fee", sometimes as high as 25% more than you thought you were paying for your tickets and you ultimately pay more than you would have at CloseSeats.
Did you ever want to sit courtside at a Los Angeles Lakers Game at the Staples Center? Close Seats specializes in finding premium seating for all lakers games. Our inventory is constantly updated with courtside seating, 100 and 200 level seating and we also have sellers that list hospitality packages
As stated above, the secondary market ticket prices are set by supply and demand and set by the sellers at CloseSeats, We do not set ticket prices. When the Lakers are doing good, ticket prices tend to be far more above face value. When the Lakers are doing bad you will see far more deals and this is the best opportunity to get cheap tickets, even up to 75% off of face value.
The 2019-2020 Los Angeles Lakers schedule can be viewed above, click on any game to purchase tickets.
The Lakers will play 41 home games at the Staples Center and 41 games on the road
The Los Angeles Lakers Play their home games at the Staples Center. The Staples Center Basketball Seating Chart is best used when you actually choose a game in our ticket listings. At that point an interactive seat map will appear side bu side with the ticket listings for each specific Lakers game. You can then look at actial seat views as you are shopping for tickets on the schedule.
Seat numbers for the Staples Center Los Angeles Lakers game always start with the 1st seat where the section begins. If you were looking at sections 106, 107, 108 then section 106 would start with seat number 1. When section 106 ends, section 107 begins with seat number 1 and then when section 107 ends, section 108 would begin with seat number one. The 1st seat of the section is always closest to the lower section before it.
As you are shopping for tickets on CloseSeats, an interactive seating chart will appear on the left of the ticket listings. Click on any section at the Staples Center and a picture with a section view will appear along with the ticket prices for all of the seats for sale in that section.
Fans of the past have purchase tickets to see some truly great Los Angeles Lakers teams. The Lakers were first a National Basketball League team named the Detroit Gems in 1946. In 1947, the team was moved from Detroit to Minneapolis, MN, where they were renamed the Minneapolis Lakers to reflect the state of Minnesota's large amount of Lakes. The Team moved to Los Angeles before the 1960-61 season
The Lakers have won 16 championships, 2nd most in league history to the Boston Celtics, who have won 17 NBA championships. People who were lucky enough to have season tickets or even individual game tickets during any of these seasons were truly lucky and should cherish the moments of seeing these great Lakers teams live.
Tickets during the showtime era were popular but nothing like the Lakers of the 2000's. The NBA as a whole was just starting to become more popular but secondary market ticket prices were not anything like you would see today, even if you added today's mocey calue to the price of tickets then.
In 1979, the Lakers drafted Ervin "Magic" johnson out of Michigan State University and it would begin what was known as the "Showtime Era" for the Los Angeles Lakers. It is a historical era in NBA history because it was during that era that not only the United States but the rest of the world started gaining the increased interest of NBA basketball and was really the beginning of the huge popularity and success that it is today and a big reason that ticket prices are so much.
Led by Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul Jabaar, the Lakers would go on to win 5 NBA championships in the "Showtime Era" from 1979-1988.
Tickets during the three-peat era were very tough to come by. The popularity of the Lakers was at an all time high with Kobe Bryant and Shaquile O'neil leading the way
In 1988, after the Lakers won their 2nd title in as many years, shooting guard Byron Scott coined the phrase "Three-Peat". It was in reference to the Lakers possibly winning the 3rd title in a row. The Los Angeles Lakers head coach at the time, Pat Riley, would go on to make the term a registered trademark. The Lakers would not be able to use that term after that 1988-89 season as they went on to lose the championship finals that year to the Detroit Pistons.
It wasn't until after the 1993 NBA season after the Chicago Bulls won the Championship for the 3rd consecutive year (1991, 1992, 1993) that the now trademarked term 'Three-Peat" would be used by an NBA team. Pat Pat Riley's arch-nemesis at the time, Phil Jackson, was the head coach for the Chicago Bulls so it was sort of bittersweet for Pat Riley to profit off of all of the Chicago Bulls three-peat paraphernalia.
Even though the Lakers were the first team to actually successfully complete a three-peat after winning the 1952, 1953 and 1954 seasons, the term was not trademarked then and it wasn't until the Lakers won in 2000, 2001 and 2002 that the team that was part of coining the phrase actually got to officially use it. Ironically enough, Pat Riley was no longer the head coach of the Lakers, his old pal Phil Jackson was.
The following Hall of Fame players spent all or part of their career playing for the Lakers.
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