The defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs were struggling with injuries during the first part of the season, but now the Spurs have had a very good month. With a good January, San Antonio brought themselves back into contention in the Western Conference.
Despite being the defending champs and one of the most consistent winning teams in the league, Spurs tickets are actually cheaper than a 9-38 New York Knicks team. That has much to do with the market each team plays in, but Spurs fans can find a good deal on tickets. The most expensive game on the secondary market for the Spurs tickets is a March 12 meeting with the Cleveland Cavaliers at the AT&T Center. Cavs vs Spurs tickets have an average price of $327.10, a 127.7% premium compared to the Spurs’ home average for future games of $143.60. The get-in price for this game is priced at $43.
The least expensive game on the Spurs home schedule is a February 4 meeting with Orlando Magic. Spurs vs Magic tickets have a current secondary average price of $58.52, 59.2% below the Spurs’ home average. The get-in price for this game is just $5.