(PRWEB) February 02, 2013
After last season’s disappointing loss in the playoffs in the first round to the Philadelphia 76ers, the Bulls are out for revenge. Going into the season no one knew what to expect because star point guard Derrick Rose has been injured since last year’s playoff game with a torn ACL. With Rose being out multiple players on the team needed to step up, and they have done so. The Bull’s are an elite team in the NBA Eastern Conference thanks to Luol Deng, Carlos Boozer, and Joakim Noah. Fans night in and night out get to attend the United Center and watch playoff basketball. Tickets to the Chicago Bulls games have been very popular and fans cannot wait to cheer on their team, along with getting Derrick Rose back for a long playoff run.
The place to check out for the best deals on Chicago Bulls 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 Bulls home games at the United Center are mostly sold out; but resale price is very reasonable for an exciting top NBA team. According to Whiztix.com, tickets to the Spurs vs Bulls game on 2-11-13 can be found for $35 dollars. Another great deal can be found when the Cleveland Cavaliers travel to Chicago on February 26; tickets to this game can be found for $25 dollars.
Chicago Bulls Tickets are available for every home and away game. Fans from across the US and globe have 41 different opportunities to watch their team play in other stadiums besides the United Center. For example fans can watch their team take on the Hornets on February 19, 2013 for only 7 dollars a ticket. Another match up with great ticket value comes March 6, 2013 when the Bulls take on the Spurs at AT&T Center; tickets to this potential NBA finals matchup can be found for $7 dollars.
Other cities the Bulls will be visiting between February and April include New York, Atlanta, Indiana, Denver, Salt Lake City (Utah), Boston, New Orleans, Charlotte, Oklahoma City, San Antonio, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Francisco, Minneapolis, Dallas, Washington D.C., Detroit, Toronto, Miami, and Orlando. Tickets to these games continue to go up in price as fans anticipate the Derrick Rose comeback, along with the Bulls being an elite NBA team.