The Portland Trail Blazers are currently fourth in the Western Conference with eight more games to go on their regular season schedule. Portland recently clinched a playoff spot on Wednesday night, its second in as many years under head coach Terry Stotts. There is still a lot of competition for the No. 4 seed in the West. With a close loss to the Clippers on Wednesday, the race for the fourth seed just got tighter with as many as three teams still with a chance to grab it. Portland had a tough month of March and will look to end the regular season with some momentum and retain the fourth seed in the West.
Just three home games remain at the Moda Center during the regular season. Trail Blazers tickets for their remaining three home games are going for an overall average price of $246.85 on the secondary market. The most expensive remaining game at the Moda Center is taking place on April 11 against the Utah Jazz in what will be Portland’s regular season home finale. Trail Blazers tickets against the Jazz have a current secondary average price of $400.66, with the least expensive ticket to get in priced at $35.
Once the NBA playoffs begin Trail Blazers playoff tickets will see a major increase. Over their first two home games, Trail Blazers playoff tickets will have an average price of $500.08 on the secondary market, a 102% premium compared to Portland’s home average of their remaining games at the Moda Center.
Trail Blazers tickets for Home Game 1 is going for a current secondary average price of $520.56, with a get-in price of $98 and tickets for Home Game 2 are going for an average price of $488.96 on the secondary market, with the least expensive ticket to get in priced at $103.
Wherever Portland ends up in the standings, there won’t be any easy opponents for any Western Conference team trying come the first round of the playoffs.