2015 Spurs vs. Clippers Playoffs Tickets For Game 7 Are Averaging $372 Per Seat

(UPDATE 5-1-2015) With a 102-96 Game 6 in San Antonio, the Los Angeles Clippers forced a Game 7 against the Spurs. The game will be played on Saturday afternoon at Staples Center. On the secondary market, the average price for Clippers vs Spurs Game 7 tickets is $372.36, easily the most expensive game played in Los Angeles this series. The game is 69% more expensive than the previous three games of this series held at Staples Center. Game 7 is not, however, the most expensive game of the series. That goes to Game  at AT&T Center where Spurs fans paid a high premium to see the team try to close the Clippers out. The average price for Game 6 was $591.22, 58.7% more expensive than Game 7.

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2015 Spurs vs. Clippers Playoffs Tickets For Game 7 Are Averaging $250 Per Seat

(UPDATE 4-29-2015) San Antonio pulled out a 111-107 win on the road in Game 5 to take a 3-2 series lead over the Los Angeles Clippers. Tim Duncan finished the game with 21 points and 11 rebounds, making him the oldest player to have at least a 20-10 in three games during a playoff series. The Spurs will now head back to the AT&T Center with a chance to win the series in six games on Thursday night. Game 6 Spurs vs Clippers tickets currently have an average price of $250.77. If the Clippers were to win Game 6, they would force a Game 7 at Staples Center on Saturday. Currently, the average price for Clippers vs Spurs tickets for Game 7 is $380.74.


Clippers vs Spurs Playoff tickets for Game Five Averaging Only 13% More Than Games 1 & 2

(UPDATE 4-27-2015) The first round of the NBA has produced a few entertaining games, but has not seen quite as many competitive series. Through four games, three series have already been decided in sweeps. Only one has reached Game 5 with the series tied 2-2, the one between the Los Angeles Clippers and San Antonio Spurs. The teams have split the games at each arena, with Los Angeles having won Games 1 and 4 and San Antonio Games 3 and 4. The series will no shift back to Staples Center on Tuesday night for Game 5.

Clippers playoff tickets for Game 5 currently have an average price of $234.17, which is only 13.3% more expensive than Games 1 and 2 in LA. Game 6 at AT&T Center will potentially decide the series, regardless of which team wins Game 5. Spurs fans are ready to pay a premium on the secondary market as the average price for Game 6 tickets is $425.12, up 107% from Games 3 and 4. If the series heads back to Los Angeles for a Game 7, the game will be the most expensive of the series. The current average price for Clippers vs Spurs Game 7 tickets is $456.43.


2015 Clippers vs Spurs Playoff Tickets at AT&T Center 6% Above Staples Center

(UPDATE 4-23-2015) It took a thrilling overtime, but the San Antonio Spurs were able to tie their first round series with the Los Angeles Clippers at one game apiece. The Game 2 Spurs win made this series the only one of the eight heading into Game 3 at 1-1. For that, Spurs playoff tickets will see a bit of a premium on the secondary market for Games 3 and 4. The average price for the next two games is $219.08, up 6% from the average price of Clippers playoff tickets for Games 1 and 2 at Staples Center.


2015 Clippers vs Spurs Playoff Tickets Now 3% Higher at AT&T Center than Staples Center

(UPDATE 4-20-2015) In Game 1, the Los Angeles Clippers brought it all together to defeat the San Antonio Spurs 107-92. Chris Paul led the way with 32 points, seven rebounds and six assists for the Clippers as they defeated the defending champs. Game 2 will be held on Wednesday and Clippers playoff tickets have an average price of $225.57, up 8% from Game 1. However, games will be just slightly more expensive when the series heads to San Antonio, as Spurs playoff tickets are 3% more expensive than Clippers tickets during the first round.

The Los Angeles Clippers and San Antonio Spurs will meet in the first round of the 2015 NBA Playoffs. At 56-26, the Clippers clinched the third seed in the Western Conference and will take on the sixth-seeded Spurs, who went 55-27 on the season. Those hoping to attend an upcoming game can expect to pay big prices for tickets at both arenas on the secondary market.


According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for the seven-game series is $391.04. The Spurs control a significantly more expensive ticket average at home, with Spurs playoff tickets currently averaging at $470.47 across Games 3, 4 and a potential Game 6 at the AT&T Center. That’s 40.5% higher than the $334.70 ticket price that Clippers playoff tickets are averaging at the Staples Center.

The defending NBA champion Spurs enter the postseason in an interesting bracket. While teams like the Thunder (45-37) failed to make the cut and the sub-.500 Celtics (40-42) and Nets (38-44) are in contention, the West clearly possesses the league’s stronger teams in terms of record. The Spurs and Clippers are two of the NBA’s hottest teams and both dominated down the regular season stretch, with the Spurs claiming 14 of 16 and Clippers winning 14 of their last 15.

The Clippers and Spurs split their season series at two games apiece. The Spurs own considerably more playoff experience than the Clippers, who have failed to play past the second round in each of the franchise’s 11 playoff berths. The Spurs have reached either the Conference Finals or Finals in nine of the last 16 years, winning the title in five of those years.

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