"Tickets for the Miami/Boston series will start at $100 and all locations are available. Contact White Glove International at 305-379-7978 or www.whitegloveinternational.com for more information.”
Miami, FL (PRWEB) April 30, 2011
With the much anticipated playoff matchup between the Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics starting this weekend, ticket prices for this year’s big series are set and all locations are available.
"Tickets for the Miami/Boston series will start at $100 and all locations are available. Contact White Glove International at 305-379-7978 or http://www.whitegloveinternational.com for more information.” The demand is rising for these seats and ticket brokers are short in supply explains Miami-based ticket expert, Michael Lipman. Time is running out for those waiting to purchase their tickets to the first game of this much anticipated series and Lipman advises those who may be waiting until the last minute to reconsider. “Ticket prices have already gotten as low as they’re going to. Prices are cheaper than regular season premium games that featured the Celtics, Lakers, and Knicks. As of this morning, upper level seats are priced from $100 to about $200; and lower-level seats can cost anywhere from $250 to over $4000. Brokers expect the demand to grow even more as the game approaches and as fans from Boston and locals converge on Miami. This means that we could be seeing a rise in demand and in ticket prices, as Game 1 on Sunday gets closer. “The same was true a few years back during the 2006 Championship run when we saw ticket prices jump up by 200% on the day of the game, even up until tip-off,” says Lipman.
Along with getting to watch this series, American Airlines Arena is a big draw. The AAA as locals call it has an in-stadium capacity of 19,600. Features include the Dewars Club, Flagship Lounge, and a pregame Beer Garden. “We can expect to see fans from Boston, Miami, surrounding parts of Florida and New England,” says Lipman. Both teams have a huge following on the East Coast.
With weekly appearances on top-rated sports radio shows such as 790 AM "The Ticket" in South Florida, Fox Sports Radio, ESPN Radio and SiriusXM Satellite Radio, Michael J. Lipman has established himself as an expert in the ticket industry. His company, White Glove International (WGI), boasts one of the largest inventories of NBA Playoff Tickets in the nation, specializing in locating hard to find or sold out seats. WGI is the official concierge of the Miami Heat. With offices in Miami, New York and San Francisco their multi-lingual staff possesses over 15 years of experience in the industry in worldwide markets. Visit http://www.whitegloveinternational.com to find NBA Playoff packages including tickets, hotels, VIP Parties, and transportation.
For further information, please contact David Tischler, GM - dtischler(at)whitegloveinternational(dot)com, 305-379-7978
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