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Season tickets and partial plans for the Houston Rockets are currently available via primary market partner AXS. Season tickets can only be purchased by those living in the Houston area, and start at $7,040. Season ticket holders get a 20% discount at the Rockets Team Shop, get playoff priority, and have access to Toyota Center concert presales. Partial plans are available for as few as six games and up to a half season, and start as low as $203.
Single-game tickets are not yet available, and according to the Toyota Center website, the public on-sale date is TBA.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on Houston Rockets tickets for all games on the 2019-20 schedule, and on all NBA tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or SeatGeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and SeatGeek. Below is a seating chart for an typical middle of the road demand game including ticket prices by zone.
The average asking price for a Houston Rockets home game on the secondary market is $161, down almost 7% over last season. That average is the third highest of the decade behind $180 for the 2014-15 season, when the Rockets got the Western Conference Finals, and $177 in 2018-19, when Houston got to the conference semifinals.
The priciest game this season is trending at $689 for the January 18, 2020 Los Angeles Lakers visit. The next highest average is $329 for the November 6 Golden State Warriors game.
Five of the highest averages are against California teams, including two each against the Los Angeles Clippers and Golden State.
The best deals for a Rocket game will cost fans $19 to get in on November 18 against Portland, November 15 against Indiana, and November 4 against Memphis.
Fans who want season tickets or partial plans can select their own seats, and can choose from cheaper seats in the 400 sections to pricier options in the 100 sections, including in front of the Rockets Club East and Rockets Club West.
Season-ticket holders in Sections 105-109 and 118-122 are guaranteed access to the Frost East and West Clubs, while season-ticket holders with floor seats have access to the Woodforest Club. All season ticket holders have access to Ledge Dining.
Club-level seats at the Toyota Center are located in Sections 105-109 and 118-122, just below the East and West Clubs along the sideline in the lower bowl.
Other club-level seats include the Heineken Star Club, located behind the basket on the Loft Level.
The Rockets offer mobile entry to Toyota Center by using their Flash Seats mobile app. The team has an extensive Q&A about how to use the app and enter the venue.