The NBA usually announces the full schedule for the 2020-21 regular season sometime in mid-August. The league schedule (but not exact dates) for each team is usually predetermined, but for the shortened 72-game 2020-2021 season, this isn’t necessarily the case. An example of specific game dates that can be leaked by the league ahead of the season’s complete schedule being announced would be the Christmas day matchups, which are often some of the most highly anticipated regular season games of the entire year.

This year, due to Covid-19, the NBA has set a target season start date for December 22nd, though many teams around the league will not be allowing fans to begin the season. For more information on if your favorite NBA team will be allowing fans, check out our regularly-updated blog on which NBA teams will allow fans in the arena. If you’re looking for tickets to the NBA Playoffs later in the season, we’ve also got you covered.

Many passionate basketball 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?

NBA Schedule 2020-2021 Tickets – Release Date

Typically, basketball fans are able to purchase tickets within 24-48 hours of the release of the NBA schedule from secondary ticket marketplaces because season ticket members will often list their single game tickets for sale right away. If you want to lock up a ticket to see your favorite team early, keep in mind that many other marketplaces will charge service fees for their basketball tickets, but not TickPick, where you’ll save 10% for the same seats as our major competitor because of our lack of any service fees.

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

How To Get Cheaper NBA Tickets

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 cheaper NBA tickets on the secondary market. Our NBA ticket prices are 10% cheaper than our major competitor for the same seats because we don’t charge the fees that our major competitor tacks on at checkout.

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 2020-21 season, please feel free to submit a request here.

Share This