The Chicago Bulls had a notable offseason, first engaging in a multiplayer swap that saw Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah head to the New York Knicks before landing Rajon Rondo and Dwyane Wade in free agency. The additions of Rondo, Wade, and former Knicks Robin Lopez and Jerian Grant make them a formidable matchup in the Eastern Conference, and the team is finding a relatively big demand for tickets at home on the secondary market through the remainder of the first half.
On TicketIQ, the average resale price for Bulls tickets at United Center over the 24 remaining games through the All-Star break is now $200.54. The Bulls will play their most expensive home games against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Oklahoma City Thunder, Washington Wizards and Milwaukee Bucks. Conversely, the cheapest Bulls games at United Center come against the Minnesota Timberwolves, Portland Trail Blazers, Detroit Pistons, and Atlanta Hawks.
The defending champion Cavs head to Chicago on December 2. As it stands now tickets are averaging $381, nearly double that of the Bulls’ home average through the All-Star break. If looking to just get past the gates at United Center that night tickets start from $113 each. No other game during the first half will come close to projecting that demand, with the Thunder’s visit on January 9 serving as the second most expensive game ($229 average/$53 get-in).
For those fans looking to attend the cheapest Bulls home game, look no further than the Timberwolves’ trip to United Center on December 13. That game currently owns a resale market average of $158 and a get-in price of $31. However, the cheapest available tickets exist for a January 25 game against the Hawks, where the get-in price starts from just $23.
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