There is a heated race for the No. 8 seed in the Eastern Conference. The Boston Celtics trying to hold off three other teams for final playoff spot with less than three weeks remaining in the regular season. The Celtics have had an up and down season since trading away Rajon Rondo this past December as consistency has been the key issue. Boston is now struggling again, losing four of their past five games and have important meetings with the Indiana Pacers and Charlotte Hornets remaining on their schedule which could determine who represent as the No. 8 seed in the East.
The Celtics have five remaining regular season home games at TD Garden on their schedule and Celtics tickets will see significant increases as the season comes to a close. Overall, the Celtics remaining home average is currently $100.54, with the most expensive game coming against the Cleveland Cavaliers on April 12. Celtics vs Cavaliers tickets have an average price of $193.97 and a get-in price of $72.
The Celtics most expensive remaining regular season game is an 93% premium increase compared to the Celtics remaining regular season home average.
After a good start to this month, with the Celtics getting confidence boosting wins over New Orleans, Memphis, and Miami, Boston has since slowed down suffering tough losses to Oklahoma City and Detroit. Their remaining schedule won’t be easy but Boston does have some winnable games. However, they also have tough meetings with the Clippers, two more meetings with the Cavaliers, and two more games with the Toronto Raptors respectively.
Boston’s next home game takes place this Sunday with the Los Angeles Clippers coming to town and the least expensive game during this stretch at home is their meeting with the Indiana Pacers April 1 with tickets going for a secondary average price of $62.43, with a get-in price of $13.