For the second straight season, the Toronto Raptors have clinched a playoff spot and clinched a weak Atlantic Division with relative ease. The team has been terrific offensively, led by their two star players in Demar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry. Lowry is currently out with a back injury, but is expected to return soon as Toronto is now the No. 4 seed in the East and still have a chance for the third seed with eight games to go on their regular season schedule. At the moment, the Raptors seem destined with a first round matchup with the Washington Wizards.
The Raptors have two home games at the Air Canada Centre on their remaining schedule with the most expensive of the two games being their next home game this Saturday against the Boston Celtics. Raptors vs Celtics tickets for this Saturday’s game are going for an average price of $150.82 on the secondary market, with a get-in price of $29. Toronto’s regular home season finale on April 15 against the Charlotte Hornets currently has a secondary market average price of $130.08 and a get-in price of $26.
When the NBA Playoffs begin later this month, Raptors tickets on the secondary market will skyrocket in price. Their first two home playoff games are going for a secondary market average price of $417.67, a 204% premium compared to the Raptors home average for their remaining regular season games on their home schedule.
Raptors playoff tickets for Home Game 1 at the Air Canada Centre currently have an average price of $417.17 on the secondary market, with the least expensive ticket to get in priced at $128. The Raptors’ Home Game 2 tickets are going for a secondary average price of $418.19, with a get-in price of $128.