Looking at the trends for the Celtics this week, the data shows that Celtics fans are more excited to see an Eastern conference than a rematch of last year’s finals. Both games are also down significantly this week: down 14% for tonight’s game and down 21% for Sunday.
This could be due to tonight’s game being a night game with the Sunday one being a more friendly 1:00PM start.
Interesting comparison here between prices in Los Angeles for the NBA Finals last June, and for this Sunday’s regular season rematch.
If you’re a Celtics fan who happens to be in Los Angeles – there are 37 tickets still available for less than $190, and the best deals can be found in the 300-level TiqZones.
Taking a minute from the Patriots/Jets hype, (so much for the idea Rex Ryan was going lay low this week) here’s a look at the ticket situation for the Celtics this week.
Earlier in the week when it appeared that New England might be in line for a Nor’easter on Sunday night into Monday, tickets for Patriots/Packers flooded the secondary market, resulting in great deals. Now the the forecast for the storm to miss us, it’s a great opportunity to see the hottest team in the NFL.
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As you might expect, Tuesday night’s season opener against the Miami Heat is the most in-demand game of the Celtics season, with Miami’s visit on 2/13 and the Lakers arrival on 2/10 close behind.
Right now tickets for opening night are at Patriots-level, fetching an average of almost $300 per ticket.
We’ve also got a new Celtics ticket buying page, which can be accessed by clicking on the image above or by visiting BSMW Tickets.