The Detroit Pistons have come alive in recent weeks, winning nine of their last 11 games and quietly gaining some recognition in the Central division. The team still sits 11 games under .500 and owns a division-worst 14-25 record, but they’ve made some waves under the leadership of Brandon Jennings and new head coach Stan Van Gundy.
Pistons tickets on TicketIQ are also starting to rise in price under their winning ways. The average secondary price for tickets is now $98.25. They’ll play their most expensive game against the Wizards on February 22, where the average price for Pistons vs Wizards tickets is $152.80 on the secondary market. The get-in price starts at just $5 for the game, which will also offer a Greg Monroe Jersey Giveaway to fans in attendance.
On the other side of the financial spectrum, the Pistons will play their cheapest game against the Magic on January 21. The average price for Pistons vs Magic tickets is $33 on the secondary market, 66.4% below season average. The game’s cheapest seat is listed at $2.
It may be difficult to believe in mid-January, but the Pistons look playoff-bound in a depleted Eastern Conference. They sit just two games out of the eighth seed in the East, which the Nets own at 16-23. If the team can continue to win in the New Year, fans can expect to start ponying up more for postseason tickets come late-April.