When Do NBA Tickets Go Onsale? NBA Schedule 2019 Tickets

We expect the 2019-20 NBA Schedule to be released the second week of August, as it has in years past. The 2018-19 NBA schedule was released on August 10th at 4 PM EST. The 2017-18 NBA schedule was released on Monday, August 14th at 6 PM EST. The 2016-17 NBA schedule was released at 5:45 PM EST on Thursday, August 11th. Each team’s opponents for the 2019-2020 season have already been set; however the dates and times of the games are not (though news does leak out early on certain match-ups). For example, last year, we knew the the Christmas day match-ups prior to the official schedule release time.

Many passionate NBA fans are anxiously awaiting for the full slate to become public so they can begin searching for tickets. But what isn’t so clear is when do NBA regular season tickets go on sale?

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NBA Schedule 2019-2020 Tickets – Release Date

Typically, fans are able to purchase tickets within 24-48 hours of the release of the NBA schedule from secondary ticket marketplaces. If you want to lock up your tickets to see your favorite team early, keep in mind that many other marketplaces will charge service fees, but not TickPick, where you’ll save anywhere from 10-20% when compared to other marketplaces.

Check out your team’s schedule along with available tickets by clicking the corresponding link. If you don’t find the tickets you’re looking for be sure to check back as more and more tickets are added each day!

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With high prices come high service fees with many marketplaces, but not TickPick. Here at TickPick we have no service fees, making us your source for the cheapest NBA tickets on the secondary market. If you haven’t used TickPick before, you can sign up with the link below for $10 off your first purchase. If you have any questions regarding NBA tickets for the 2019-20 season, please feel free to submit a request here.


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