The Philadelphia 76ers have been jockeying with the New York Knicks for the worst record in the league all season. Both teams head into the first week of February with identical 10-38 records. The Sixers started their season on a 17-game losing streak, and while they got some wins on the board they have been too few and far between.
According to TicketIQ, the most expensive game on the 76ers remaining home schedule is a February 7 matchup with Charlotte Hornets. Hornets vs 76ers tickets for this game have a current average price of $108.87 on the secondary market, which represent one of only two games on the 76ers home schedule that have tickets at an average asking price of over $100. The get-in price for this game is $8.
There are many affordable games, as 76ers tickets are some of the cheapest in the league. The least expensive remaining home game comes on February 3 against the Denver Nuggets. Sixers vs Nuggets tickets for this game have current secondary average price of $41, 40.2% below the 76ers’ home average, which is $68.65. The get in price for the Nuggets game is just $4.