SALT LAKE CITY – NBA All-Star Weekend returns to Utah for the first time in 30 years, but jazz fans wanting tickets to the events will have to pay a higher price.
The NBA revealed the cost for all individual events plus special package deals with unique behind-the-scenes access during All-Star Weekend.
Here’s a look at what jazz fans can expect to pay if they want tickets to Utah’s All-Star Weekend.
Cheapest All-Star tickets start at $199
The most affordable tickets to All-Star Weekend in Utah start at $199 and offer fans a few different options.
Fans can watch the Celebrity All-Star game from the top shell in Vivint Arena starting at $199, or for the same price, they can watch the All-Star drill from the same seats.
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Those tickets can go up to $699 for fans who want to attend both events while sitting on the field.
Rising Stars Challenge starts at $299
For fans who want to take on the Rising Stars challenge, the prizes in the upper scale will rise to $299.
Those tickets can go up to $499 in the bottom shell and $1,299 to sit on the right.
This is arguably the most likely case for jazz fans to catch a local player over the All-Star weekend, as Jared Butler, Leandro Bolmaro, Simone Fontecchio and Walker Kessler can all be selected for the games.
Entry Level Single Day Jazz All-Star Tickets
For fans looking to compete in Saturday night’s dunk contest, three-point shootout, and skill challenge, tickets start at $1,299 for the entry-level draftee package.
The package includes access to the NBA Crossover lounge that showcases the convergence of the NBA and pop culture.
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It also includes a one-month subscription to the NBA League Pass.
Likewise, fans who only want to attend the All-Star Game on Sunday night should expect to pay $1,599 for seats for the draftee package.
Add-ins for one day
In addition to attending the All-Star game or the All-Star Saturday night, fans can purchase the rookie level package, which includes breakfast with NBA mascots and an additional NBA experience after Saturday’s events.
The rookie package costs $1,699 for Saturday night’s festivities or $1,799 for Sunday’s All-Star game, plus breakfast and the Saturday night event.
Fans who just want to experience the Mascot breakfast can do so a-la-carte for $99.
Sophomore, Veteran and MVP Packs
The Sophomore Package offers a range of events for fans who want more of their All-Star weekend beyond the Saturday or Sunday night festivities.
For $1,499, fans can attend All-Star Saturday night, access a lunch with an NBA legend, the NBA Crossover Lounge, the additional event after Saturday’s showcase, and the NBA EXP Lounge with food, drinks, games and NBA games. meet and greet legend.
The Veterans Package for Saturday’s events includes similar entry and can go up to $1,899.
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Fans can trade All-Star Saturday night for Sunday’s All-Star game with the Sophmore package starting at $1,899, but it doesn’t include access to the NBA EXP Lounge.
The Veterans Pack includes the NBA EXP Lounge, but not the Saturday night event, and costs $1,999
The MVP packs include the above add-ons, plus a pre-game concert for fans attending Sunday’s All-Star game and range from $3,999 to $4,399.
For fans who want to experience both Saturday night and Sunday night festivities, ticket packages start at $2,999 for upper tier seats and climb to $3,999 in the lower tier.
The two-day veteran package includes access to Saturday’s dunk game, three-point shootout and skill challenge, Sunday’s All-Star game, access to the NBA Crossover Lounge, Saturday’s additional event after the showcase, the NBA EXP Lounge , plus an additional gift from the NBA Experiences gift suite.
Three Day Tickets
For fans wanting access to Friday’s Celebrity All-Star game and the Rising Stars Challenge, plus the Saturday night and Sunday night festivities, the packages start at $7,199 for lower bowl seats.
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Included in the three-day package is access to the NBA Crossover Lounge, the additional event after Saturday’s showcase, the NBA EXP Lounge, a gift from the NBA Experiences gift suite, plus a photo on the field with an NBA legend at Vivint Arena during the weekend.
High Rollers Pack
For those looking for the ultimate All-Star Weekend experience in Utah, the Legends package is for you.
Included in the Legends package are tickets to every event from Friday through Sunday, a photo opportunity on the blue carpet where the Rising Stars will walk for Friday’s games, the opportunity to fill in for your favorite players to team to prepare for the weekend’s broadcast, VIP lunch with an NBA legend, plus access to the NBA Crossover Lounge, Saturday’s additional event after Saturday’s showcase, the NBA EXP Lounge, plus an additional gift from the NBA Experiences gift suite.
But it won’t be cheap. The Legend package for the All-Star weekend costs an impressive $11,999 for each guest.