The Boston Celtics franchise has seen better days as they are currently one of worst in the Eastern Conference. Boston is looking towards the future, though, after dealing their best player away, Rajon Rondo, to Dallas. They did get a lot in return, including two draft picks as Boston looks to rebuild their squad.
Due to the season the Celtics are having and changes on their roster, many of the games at the TD Garden will be very affordable. Celtics tickets for their most expensive game on April 12 have a current average price of $189.62 on the secondary market, when they host LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The get-in price for the game is currently $60.
There are many affordable games to attend on the Celtics remaining home schedule, but the cheapest Celtics tickets are on February 4 when they host the Denver Nuggets. Nuggets vs Celtics tickets have a current secondary market average price of $51.40, a 55.3% discount below the Celtics’ home average and the get in price for this game is just $9.
Despite a mediocre 13-24 record the Celtics still have a chance to get the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference since as many as six teams are still in the hunt for the final playoff seed. Even if Boston makes it they will be looked as one and done team in the postseason.