Cavs & Knicks Highlight Top Priced Bulls Tickets In 2015

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The 2014-15 Chicago Bulls have started the season strong and currently lead the Central standings by 3.5 games with an impressive record of 22-9, just two games out of first place in the Eastern Conference behind the 22-8 Hawks and 24-7 Raptors. They will only go as far as Derrick Rose will take them, however, and the ailing superstar has yet to fully recover from ACL and knee injuries suffered in recent seasons. With Derrick Rose in-and-out of the line-up, the Bulls have been led by their young budding star, Jimmy Butler. Butler leads the team with 22.2 points and he adds 6.2 rebounds and 3.2 assists a game. If Rose can return to full health in the coming weeks, stopping the Bulls from reaching the Finals will be a tough task. Bulls tickets for the team’s remaining home games have an average of $247.84 on the secondary market. As 2015 approaches, the team will play their most expensive games at the United Center against the Cavaliers, Knicks, Suns, Thunder and Clippers.

(tickets for all upcoming Bulls home game can be purchased at the bottom of this post.)

2/12 vs Cleveland Cavaliers | Avg. Price: $458.59 | Get-in: $125

The Bull’s most expensive remaining home games will be played on February 12 against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The average secondary price for Bulls vs Cavaliers tickets to the mid-February game is $458.59 and get-in price starts at $. The Bulls sit just one spot ahead of the Cavs in the division heading into January, so their meeting in February will serve as an important game for both teams. Cavaliers’ tickets will also be in high demand as this is a matchup of the class of the Eastern Conference.

3/28 vs New York Knicks | Avg. Price: $300.60 | Get-in: $60

The next most expensive Bulls tickets at home come against the New York Knicks on March 28. The Knicks have been a disappointment this year under the new regime of Derek Fisher and Phil Jackson, posting an abysmal record of 5-28. No matter what the Knicks record is, however, they seem to always elicit a pricey ticket. The average secondary price for Bulls vs Knicks tickets is $300.60 and get-in price is $60.

2/21 vs Phoenix Suns | Avg. Price: $298.06 | Get-in: $54

The Bulls third most expensive home ticket comes against the Phoenix Suns, who have been a surprising success this year with an 18-14 record in a very difficult Western Conference, on February 21. Bull vs Suns tickets for this game see an average secondary price of $298.06. Get-in price is listed at $54.

3/5 vs Oklahoma City Thunder | Avg. Price: $286.42 | Get-in: $64

The Bulls face the Oklahoma City Thunder on March 5 in a late season matchup that will like emit a playoff-like atmosphere. The Thunder have been plagued by injury as both their stars Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant have been in and out of the lineup and have a 15-17 record as a result. Bulls and Thunder tickets come at an average of $286.42 and get-in price starts at $64 on the secondary market.

3/1 vs Los Angeles Clippers | Avg. Price: $283.30 | Get-in: $69

The last of the top five highest-priced Bulls home games in 2015 comes against the Los Angeles Clippers on March 1. Through the end of the year, the Clippers have an almost identical record with the Bulls at 21-11. Both the Clippers and Bulls will need a win when their matchup comes on March 1st. Grab Bulls vs Clippers tickets at their cheapest price of $69. The average secondary price for the game is $283.30.

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