Without Rose, Bulls Tickets a Bargain
February 18, 2014
The Chicago Bulls are not having a vintage season on the court, nor off of it. Bulls tickets are available for relatively cheap prices, compared to season’s past. With Derrick Rose missing for yet another season and the team struggling to maintain a .500 record, it’s to be expected that fans can see Chicago at bargain prices.
The Bulls have two home games remaining this month, before playing a whopping eleven home games in the month of March. They’ll start off with the Denver Nuggets this Friday, February 21st. The Nuggets are currently 24-27, third in the northwest division and on the outside looking in for a playoff spot. The average ticket price for this game is currently $134, but the cheapest ticket is only $22. Five days later, the Bulls will host Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors. The average ticket price for this game is only $103 while the cheapest ticket you can get is down to $18.
On March 2nd, the Bulls will host the New York Knicks for a Sunday matinee, and then will hit the road for a brief trip with stops in Brooklyn and Detroit. Then beginning March 7th, the Bulls will play six straight home games over nine days, against Memphis, Miami, San Antonio, Houston, Sacramento, and Oklahoma City. Only Sacramento is a long shot for the playoffs so that home stand will be a huge litmus test as to how the Bulls can compete against the upper echelon teams in the NBA.
They will then hit the road for another two game stint, before returning home for four of the last five games in the month of March, ending with a home and home against the Boston Celtics. With only three games on the home schedule in April, the next six weeks are the best opportunity to grab some tickets and watch the Chicago Bulls live!