The fans have spoken
"We got PHENOMENAL seats for a low price. We're very satisfied with the service."
"Very easy to use. There's no hidden fees so you know exactly how much each ticket is."
"Great seats at a great price. Purchasing and receiving the Etickets was easy and fast."
San Antonio Spurs Details
The Spurs are a former ABA team, beginning as the Dallas Chaparrals. The Chaparrals moved to San Antonio in 1973 and became the Spurs. The Spurs played in the ABA until the league folded after the 1976 season but never won an ABA title.
Since joining the NBA, the Spurs have been one of the league’s most successful teams. They have missed the playoffs only once since 1990. Tim Duncan, who will be a first-ballot Hall of Famer once he’s eligible, played his entire career in San Antonio and never missed the playoffs. The Spurs also have the best all-time win percentage among the NBA’s active teams.
The Spurs have won five NBA championships. Their first came in 1999, two years after drafting Tim Duncan with the first overall pick. Duncan would join another former first overall pick and future Hall of Famer David Robinson. Duncan and Robinson were a powerful duo for San Antonio, and the Spurs defeated the Knicks in five games. Tim Duncan was the MVP of the finals. Duncan and Robinson would win another NBA Championship together in 2003. The 2003 season was the Spurs’ first in their new arena—the AT&T Center—and was David Robinson’s last season in the NBA. Duncan won Finals MVP for a second time and was also the MVP for the regular season.
After three more championships with the Spurs, Tim Duncan retired before the 2016-17 season. Even without one of the NBA’s all-time-greats, the Spurs still finished at the top of the Southwest Division and in the 2nd seed in the Western Conference. The post-Duncan Spurs are led by Kawhi Leonard. Leonard is a first-team defensive player, the 2014 Finals MVP, and a 2017 all-star. He set a career high in points last season. The 26-year-old Leonard will be joined by veterans Pau Gasol, Rudy Gay, and LaMarcus Aldridge. Legendary coach Gregg Popovich will return for a 22nd season.
How to purchase San Antonio Spurs tickets
Find the right seat, right now. SeatGeek offers the best way to buy San Antonio Spurs tickets.
- The list above displays all upcoming Spurs games. Once you find the game you'd like to attend, clicking the green button on the right hand side of the screen will take you to a SeatGeek event page, which displays all available tickets.
- On this page, browse available tickets on the left hand side of the screen. The filters at the bottom can sort tickets by price or by SeatGeek's Deal Score system, which ranks tickets by value, scoring each listing to tell you exactly how good of a deal you are getting. Explore SeatGeek's best-in-class maps to find your favorite seating section, and use our View From Seat feature to see precisely what your view will look like before buying.
- When you are ready to buy a ticket, click on the listing, and you will be directed to SeatGeek's checkout process.
- Upon completion of the information fields, your order will be processed and tickets will be delivered via email or to your mobile device.
When do Spurs playoff tickets go on sale?
NBA playoff tickets typically go on sale in April. To get alerts on Spurs playoff tickets, make sure to sign up for a SeatGeek account.
San Antonio Spurs schedule
Browse the listings above to see all upcoming games, and visit the Spurs Schedule page. The regular season starts October 18, 2017, and ends April 11, 2018.
How much do Spurs tickets cost?
There are ticket options for every fan at every price point on SeatGeek. Spurs tickets typically cost $16 and up. For more information about Spurs ticket prices, visit the Spurs Ticket Prices page.
When do the Spurs play the Rockets?
Spurs-Rockets takes place on December 15 and March 12 in Houston and February 1 and April 1 in San Antonio. See our Spurs vs. Rockets matchup page for more information.
San Antonio Spurs Top Matchups
The San Antonio Spurs have a number of exciting matchups this season, see below for their top rivalries.
- Spurs vs. Mavericks Tickets
- Spurs vs. Rockets Tickets
- Spurs vs. Grizzlies Tickets
- Spurs vs. Pelicans Tickets
- Spurs vs. Hawks Tickets
- Spurs vs. Hornets Tickets
- Spurs vs. Heat Tickets
- Spurs vs. Magic Tickets
- Spurs vs. Wizards Tickets
- Spurs vs. Nuggets Tickets
- Spurs vs. Timberwolves Tickets
- Spurs vs. Thunder Tickets
- Spurs vs. Trail Blazers Tickets
- Spurs vs. Jazz Tickets
December 1, 2017
5 NBA Legends You May Not Get to See Again After this Season
All things must pass. Even ball hogs. Here are five NBA players that left an indelible mark on the league and may never don a jersey after 2018. Dirk Nowitzki Dirk has another year left on his contract but not in those knees. His contributions to basketball are too numerous to name, here are a…
June 22, 2017
NBA Draft: 5 Overachievers and 5 Busts
Depending on how your team’s front office operates, the NBA Draft can be one of the most exciting times for fans or one of the most painful. One selection can erase decades of misfortune or set a franchise back multiple years. With the NBA Draft just hours away, we've compiled five of the biggest overachievers…
June 19, 2017
7 NBA Final Upsets We Should Have Seen Coming
On June 12, NBA fans watched the Golden State Warriors put the Cleveland Cavaliers season to rest. Game 4 wrapped up a one-sided NBA Finals series, one where many sports fans still couldn’t believe that a Lebron James-led Cavs performed so poorly. Some might even consider it an upset, despite the fact that it was…