(PRWEB) January 13, 2013
The Philadelphia 76ers have made the playoffs the last couple of seasons, and have a good solid core of young talent which can hopefully get them to the playoffs again this season. To this point fans of the 76ers have to be disappointed with the team performance, and the fact that star center Andrew Bynum whom they traded for this off season has not played this season. That being said the 76ers are still in a playoff off chase this season, only being a couple of games out of the 8th and final playoff spot. 76er fans come out and pack the Wells Fargo Center showing support and excitement for their young team. Fans continue to go to every game to cheer Jrue Holiday, Thaddeus Young, and Even Turner.
Tickets to the games this year have been surprisingly unpopular with the fans even with an exciting team, and have are reselling at discounts to face value. The place to check out for the best deals on Philadelphia 76ers tickets is Whiztix.com. This website is a free to use ticket search engine, which helps fans compare multiple event ticket selling sites. Tickets to 76ers home games at Wells Fargo Center aren't selling out leading to great resale prices way below face value of the seats.
According to Whiztix.com, tickets to the Spurs vs 76ers game on 1-21-13 can be found for $ 4 dollars. The lowest current prices for games in the next few weeks can found on 1-30-13 when the Wizards play the 76ers, tickets to that game can be found for as low as $3 dollars. For most home games tickets are around the $3-$10 range.
Philadelphia 76ers tickets are available for every home, and away game. Fans from all over the globe can see the 76ers play and cheer their favorite team to victory. The 76ers have 41 electrifying road games giving fans 41 different opportunities to see their team play at another stadium. 76er fans in Orlando can watch their team play for $4 on 2-26-13. Another great deal is on 3-3-13 when the 76ers play the Wizards, fans from Philadelphia can travel to Washington to watch the team play for as little as $4.
Other cities the 76ers will be visiting between January and April include Milwaukee, Minneapolis, New York, Chicago, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Miami, Orlando, Los Angeles, Denver, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, Cleveland, Charlotte, Detroit, and Indianapolis. Tickets to these games have been selling fast, and will continue to do so, if not sell faster when Andrew Bynum returns from injury.