Denver Nuggets 2023 Playoff Tickets: Price, Schedule and More
Denver Nuggets 2023 Playoff tickets are now available to buy from many websites and vendors. That includes Seat Geek, a site that has partnered with several NBA teams to offer postseason tickets.
The Nuggets will play at least four games in the opening round of the playoffs. They will face off against the Minnesota Timberwolves, who advanced to the postseason by finishing second in the Western Conference play-in tournament.
While Denver is the favorite to win the matchup, the series could easily go to five or six games. The Timberwolves have a talented team with several players capable of making big games.
The cheapest 2023 Denver Nuggets playoff tickets are around $50
According to Seat Geek, the cheapest 2023 Denver Nuggets playoff tickets are around $50. More specifically, Game 2 of the series is the cheapest as it costs $47. However, fans who want courtside seating will have to spend between $800 and $2,000.
Here’s the full schedule for the first-round game between the Denver Nuggets and the Minnesota Timberwolves, along with the cheapest tickets:
- game 1 – April 16, 8:30 p.m. ET, $49
- game 2 – April 19, 8:00 p.m., $46
- game 3 – April 21, 8:30 p.m., $96
- game 4 – April 23, 8:30 p.m., $96
- game 5* – April 25, open, $80
- game 6* – April 27, open, $122
- game 7* – April 29, open, $139
* – If necessary
The first two games in Denver are quite cheap and affordable. However, the price of the two games played at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota will increase significantly.
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2023 Denver Nuggets playoff tickets may be significantly more expensive for the final two games of the series. Tickets for Game 6 start at $122, while players wishing to attend Game 7 will need to spend a minimum of $139.
The Nuggets and Timberwolves played four games against each other in the 2022–23 season, with each team winning two games. Their last matchup came on Feb. 7 when Denver blew up Minnesota by 36 points, 146-112.
This will be the second playoff series between the two teams. Their first meeting of the postseason came in 2006 when the Timberwolves won the series 4-1. This was also a first round matchup.
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While the Nuggets are relatively healthy, the Timberwolves can’t count on Naz Reid and Jaden McDaniels. Additionally, Rudy Gobert has been struggling with injury issues recently and may not be at 100%.