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How To Find The Cheapest Chicago Bulls Tickets + Face Value Options

Where To Buy 2021 Chicago Bulls Tickets

Primary market tickets for Bulls home games starting on May 7th will first be available to Bulls Season Ticket Holders, who will have priority access to purchase single-game tickets during an exclusive presale window on May 3rd and 4th. Any fans who purchase a season ticket plan for next season at this time will be granted access to this exclusive presale. This will be following by a general on sale on May 5th at 10 a.m. CT via Ticketmaster. Tickets can only be purchased in groups of two or four.

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Which NBA Teams Are Allowing Fans + How To Find The Cheapest Tickets

Where To Buy 2020-21 NBA Tickets 

Depending on the team, primary market face value tickets for the 2020-21 NBA season can be purchased on Ticketmaster and StubHub.

On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free NBA tickets with a Refund Guarantee, which states that in the event an event is canceled or deemed unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free. 

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Which NBA Teams Are Hosting Fans For The 2020-21

Team Allowing Fans Capacity
Atlanta Hawks Yes  3,000 (14%)
Boston Celtics Yes  4,895 (25%)
Brooklyn Nets Yes  1,770 (10%)
Charlotte Hornets Yes 5,000 (25%)
Chicago Bulls Yes 5,200 (25%)
Cleveland Cavaliers Yes 2,720 (14%)
Dallas Mavericks Yes

3,900 (20%)

Denver Nuggets Yes 4,050 (22%)
Detroit Pistons Yes 750 (4%)
Golden State Warriors Yes 6,300 (35%)
Houston Rockets Yes 4,500 (25%)
Indiana Pacers Yes 4,500 (20%)
Los Angeles Clippers Yes (4/18) 2,000
Los Angeles Lakers Yes 2,000
Memphis Grizzlies Yes 3,600 (20%)
Miami Heat Yes  3,000 (15%)
Milwaukee Bucks Yes 3,300 (18%)
Minnesota Timberwolves Yes 3,000 (16%)
New Orleans Pelicans Yes 2,700 (16%)
New York Knicks Yes  1,980 (10%)
Oklahoma City Thunder No --
Orlando Magic Yes 4,000 (21.2%)
Philadelphia 76ers Yes 3,100 (15%)
Phoenix Suns Yes 3,000 (16.2%)
Portland Trail Blazers No --
Sacramento Kings Yes (4/20) 1,500 (20%)
San Antonio Spurs Yes 3,200 (17%)
Toronto Raptors Yes 3,500 (17%)
Utah Jazz Yes 3,902 (21%)
Washington Wizards Yes 2,100 (10%)

View Tickets on TicketIQ2020-21 NBA COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols

While specific teams have their own health and safety protocols put in place based on state and local officials, the NBA released their own general policies prior to the start of  the season. Those policies include:

  • Eligible markets can host fans at 25% capacity.
  • All fans over the age of two are required to wear masks. 
  • Fans must stay socially distance from people not in their seating pod.
  • Fans must take part in a COVID-19 symptom survey prior to entering NBA arenas.
  • Fans sitting within 30 feet from the court must test negative for COVID-19 two days prior to the game or a rapid test the day of the game. 
  • Food and beverages are not permitted for fans sitting 30 feet from the court
  • NBA teams can install plexiglass between benches and seats.
  • Arena suites can be at 25% capacity without fans being tested.
2020-21 NBA Regular Season Schedule

The 2020-21 NBA season began on December 11 and then the first half of the regular season will be played from December 22 to March 4. The league’s season will be split by the All-Star break from March 5 to 10. The NBA All-Star Game will be played in Atlanta on March 7th, 2021. The schedule for the second half of the season was released on February 24th. The second half will begin on March 10th and conclude on May 16th. 


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Where to Find The Cheapest Bucks vs. Bulls Tickets for 2019-20 Season

For the last two years, the Bucks have gone undefeated against the Bulls. Chicago and Milwaukee will face each other four times this season, twice at Chicago's United Center and twice at Milwaukee's Fiserv Forum. 

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Where to Find The Cheapest Bulls Vs. Raptors 2019 Opening Night Tickets

The Chicago Bulls will open their home season Saturday, October 26 against the Toronto Raptors in a game that is sold out on the primary market, according to Ticketmaster. Fans can still get into the game via the secondary market, and TicketIQ shows the cheapest seats available start at $47 in Section 324 high above the court on the corner. 

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Where to Find Cheapest Bulls Vs. Knicks Tickets for 2019-20 Season

The Chicago Bulls and New York Knicks play each other 4 times during the 2019-20 NBA season, with two games at the United Center and two games at Madison Square Garden. 

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United Center Seating Chart + Rows, Seats and Club Seats

TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on sold out events and tickets at the United Center. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid Seats, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%. TicketIQ also provides access to unsold face value tickets for all events at United Center via Ticketmaster.

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