Heads up, Sixers fans – tickets on the secondary market will be a bit pricier this season.
On the heels of the second-worst season in franchise history, the 76ers enter the 2016-17 NBA season looking to finally break out of the Eastern Conference cellar. The long-awaited debut of Joel Embiid, alongside the hopeful debut of college sensation Ben Simmons later this season, will give fans newfound reason to attend games at Wells Fargo Center this year, and that excitement is making waves on the secondary ticket market.
On TicketIQ, 76ers tickets during the 2016-17 NBA season are now averaging $111.34 across all 41 home games. That is the most expensive average resale price at the start of a season since 2011, when tickets averaged $119.95. Check out a complete breakdown of beginning-of-season prices for the Sixers tickets over the last seven years below:
The Warriors, Cavaliers and Knicks will serve as top-priced opponents on the Sixers’ home schedule this season. The Warriors will be in town for a February 27 game, and tickets currently average $395.16 on the secondary market, up 255 percent over season average, with a get-in price of $105. Two separate visits from the Cavaliers in November will be the second and third top-priced games. On November 27, tickets average $268.64 and the cheapest are listed from $72 each. A November 5 game averages $243.01 and the get-in price is $68.
The Knicks and Lakers round out the top five most expensive 76ers home games this season. The Knicks head to Wells Fargo Center on March 3, where tickets own a $179.59 average and $21 get-in price. A December 16 game against the Lakers will be the fifth priciest game in Philadelphia. That game owns a $164.08 average and the cheapest ticket is now listed from $23.
For even more savings on 76ers tickets this season, make sure to download the TicketIQ app. Our app is the only engagement-based loyalty program in the marketplace and helps fans save up to 10 percent more on all IQ Certified listings. Download the app and start building your TicketIQ today!