- One ticket to a Phoenix Suns game with a bobble head souvenir
- Where: US Airways Center
- Door time: One hour before tip-off for New Orleans game, 90 minutes before tip-off for Utah and Denver games
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Games and Seating Options
Against the Utah Jazz on Friday, November 1, at 7 p.m.
- $22 for one seat in sections 201–205, 207–208, 214–215, 217–221, 223–224, or 230–231, plus a bobble head (up to a $43.75 value)
- $45 for one seat in sections 104–106, 110–112, 116–118, or 122–124, plus a Legends bobble head (up to an $83.75 value)
Against the Denver Nuggets on Friday, November 8, at 7 p.m.
- $22 for one seat in any of the 200-level sections listed above, plus a bobble head (up to a $55.75 value)
- $45 for one seat in any of the 100-level sections listed above, plus a Legends bobble head (up to a $111.75 value)
Against the New Orleans Pelicans on Sunday, November 10, at 6 p.m.
- $19 for one seat in any of the 200-level sections listed above, plus a bobble head (up to a $47.75 value)
- $39 for one seat in any of the 100-level sections listed above, plus a Legends bobble head (up to an $88.75 value)
The Scouting Report
Within the first 10 days of the 2013-14 season, a trio of Western Conference challengers will invade US Airways Center on a mission to put the Suns in an early-season hole. The Suns, however, are set to counter with a completely revamped squad led by a new head coach and several key off-season acquisitions. In fact, the Suns may have already given followers a glimpse of what's to come.
In 1968, when approached with the idea of starting a franchise in Phoenix, then-NBA commissioner Walter Kennedy responded, "You must be crazy." Crazy or not, the Suns soon became the city's first major professional sports franchise, and in 1970, the team made its first playoff appearance, losing to the Lakers in a matchup that has since ignited one of the league's most heated rivalries. Today, after 29 postseason berths and dozens of superstar tumbleweeds, the Suns continue to chase their first championship inside the US Airways Center—an 18,000-seat arena opened in 1992 that features an array of modern amenities and a glass façade that gleams in the desert sun.