(PRWEB) February 09, 2013
The Phoenix Suns lost star point guard Steve Nash in the offseason to the Lakers, and now are a rebuilding team. The Suns have been a fun and exciting team to watch, and their franchise has offered multiple promotions to get the fans interested in the team. The Suns have some solid players including young point guard Goran Dragic. The last two seasons the team has drafted forward Markieff Morris, and point guard Kendall Marshall. Look for both these players to pick up more minutes as the season progresses. The team has high hopes that both these young talented players can develop into all stars. Tickets this year to the games haven’t sold out and according to Whiztix, this has led to prices for seats falling below face value. Whiztix is a free to use ticket search engine, which helps fans compare multiple event ticket selling sites. Tickets to Suns home games at US Airways Center aren't selling out leading to great resale prices way below face value of the seats. According to Whiztix.com, tickets to the Timberwolves vs Suns game on 2-26-13 can be found for $ 6 dollars. Another great deal can be found when the Hawks travel to US Airways Center on March 1, 2013; tickets to this game can be found for $8 dollars.
Phoenix Suns tickets are available for every home, and away game. Fans from all over the globe can see the Suns play and cheer their favorite team to victory. The Suns have 41 exciting road games giving fans from across the US 41 different opportunities to see their team play at another arena besides US Airways Center. Suns fans from San Antonio can see their team play the San Antonio Spurs February 27, 2013 for only $2 dollars. The Suns also play the Utah Jazz on March 27, 2013 in Salt Lake City; tickets to this game going for only $3 dollars.
Other cities the Suns will be visiting between February and April include Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, San Antonio, Sacramento, Houston, Atlanta, Washington D.C., Salt Lake City, Dallas, Minneapolis, and Denver. Tickets to these games are selling at great low prices allowing NBA fans to watch live basketball at a reasonable price.