San Antonio Spurs Tickets - Will NBA Finals Ticket Prices Go Up or Down?

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Tickets for the San Antonio Spurs NBA Finals games at AT&T Center will go on sale today at Ticketmaster and they are expected to sell out immediately. Preferred Seating Tickets can tell fans what to expect with ticket prices on the secondary market in the next few days.

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“Ticket prices for the NBA Finals are determined by supply and competitiveness”, says Greg Cullen of Preferred Seating Tickets. “And we expect the Spurs and the Heat games to be a battle all the way to Game 7.”

Fans are excited about the prospect of buying 2013 NBA Finals tickets today at face value but most of them will have to turn to the secondary ticket market because of the expected high demand. San Antonio Spurs NBA Finals tickets are already on sale at PreferredSeat.com and the experts at Preferred Seating Tickets can tell you what to expect from the possible rise and fall of NBA Finals ticket prices in the coming days.

The first things fans should know is that most of the best seats for the NBA Finals will not be available when they go on sale at 10:00am at the official ticket seller, Ticketmaster.com. Season ticket holders and the NBA will be tying up a majority if not all of the best seats in the lower level and the remaining seats will likely be in the upper deck. Ticketmaster currently lists the cheapest seats available today for the Spurs Game 3 at $250 per seat while at PreferredSeat.com the least expensive seats were just $10 more at $260 each as of Tuesday night.

The real question is what will happen to the ticket prices for the Spurs after the seats are sold out in minutes and after Game 1 tonight in Miami? Since the difference in prices between the face value and market value is not that great many fans may choose to hold onto and go to the game them rather than trying to resell them for a profit, thereby not adding to the number of seats available for resale. This could help stabilize ticket prices for the San Antonio Spurs home games which are still five days out.

And then who wins the first game tonight and just how they win could affect ticket prices as well. The games should be very competitive but if for any reason one team should dominate the other for one or more games, then the ticket prices could start dropping. If San Antonio wins in Miami either Thursday or Sunday then Spurs fans may see ticket prices starting to go up by the end of the game.

“Ticket prices for the NBA Finals are determined by supply and competitiveness”, says Greg Cullen of Preferred Seating Tickets. “And we expect the Spurs and the Heat games to be a battle all the way to Game 7.”
Miami Heat ticket prices for the NBA Finals Game 1 at American Airlines Arena tonight are running just over $200 per seat and slightly higher for Sunday’s game. If the games are close and the teams split the wins fans can expect the cost to attend games 5 through 7 to increase as game day. Right now the cheapest seats for Game 7 in Miami are running $389 per seat, traditionally the most expensive game of the Finals. Luckily Preferred Seating Tickets offers a full refund for any games not played for the fans that want to lock them in early.

Basketball fans have turned to Preferred Seating Tickets since 1987 for major sporting event tickets such as the 2013 NBA Finals. Preferred Seating is not associated with the NBA, any NBA team or arena and all tickets are backed by their 100% guarantee. They work as a middleman between season ticket holders and the fans that don’t normally have access to, or own season tickets for sports teams.

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