Prices For Cavs Game 6 Tickets Are Down 62% On Secondary Market Since Yesterday

(UPDATE 6/16/15) Just hours before Game 6 of the NBA Finals is set to tip off at Quicken Loans Arena, ticket prices have been dropping on the secondary market. The current average price for Cavaliers Finals tickets is now $712.28 for Game 6. That is a 62.2% drop from yesterday’s average price. Some of that is due to a drop in ticket quantity on the secondary market. The amount of tickets available has dropped 38.7% on the secondary market since yesterday. However, the get-in price has dropped from $506 to $250, which does signify there could also be a drop in demand along with the decrease in tickets.

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(UPDATE 6/15/15) Cleveland Cavaliers fans were hoping for a chance to win an NBA championship on their home court, but they’ll now have to hope for a Game 7. Even with a 40-14-11 from LeBron James, the Cavaliers still lost by double digits to the Golden State Warriors in Game 5. The Warriors now have a chance to win the title at Cleveland in Game 6. Without a chance for a home title win, Cavaliers Finals tickets have dropped in price on the secondary market. The current average price for Game 6 tickets is $1,100.21, down 37% from pre-Game 5 prices. The get-in price is now just $307, down $255 from before the 104-91 loss.

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With Chance To Go Up 3-1 In Series, Cleveland Cavaliers Game 4 Tickets Averaging Almost $1400 On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 6/11/15) If not for an awful overtime in Game 1, the Cleveland Cavaliers could have been in a position to sweep the NBA Finals in Game 4. However, that will not be the case, but Cleveland still has a chance to take a commanding 3-1 lead over the Golden State Warriors on Thursday night. The current secondary market average price of Cavaliers Finals tickets for Game 4 is $1,378.03. While that has dropped slightly since yesterday, that is also due to a very limited quantity of tickets remaining on the secondary market just hours before the game. The get-in price has nearly doubled, now at $619.

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Up 2-1 in Series, Cavaliers Game 4 Tickets Up 8.7% On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 6/10/15) Entering Game 3 of the 2015 NBA Finals, the Cleveland Cavaliers had never won a home Finals game in franchise history. They were just coming off their first overall Finals win in Game 2 at Oracle Arena. Thanks again to LeBron James and 20 points from Matthew Dellavedova, the Cavaliers were able to take a 96-91 Game 3 victory over the Golden State Warriors. That win has boosted an already excited Cleveland crowd. The current average price of Cavaliers Finals tickets for Game 4 on the secondary market is $1,596.56, up 8.7% since that start of Game 3.

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Cavaliers Game 3 Tickets Now Down To $1,014 On Resale Market

(UPDATE 6/9/15) For the first time in NBA Finals history, the first two games of the series needed overtime. One team will hope to win in regulation when the series shifts to Cleveland for Game 3 on Tuesday. The Cavaliers have not hosted a Finals game since 2007 and have not won a home Finals game in franchise history. Currently Cavaliers Finals tickets have an average price of $1,014 with a get-in price of $394. With just hours before the game is set to tip off at Quicken Loans Arena, there is limited availability on the secondary market.

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Despite Sunday's Win, Cavaliers Game 3 Tickets Down 21% On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 6/8/15) On the heels of 39-16-11 from LeBron James, the Cleveland Cavaliers were able to hold on to a 95-93 overtime win in Game 2 of the NBA Finals. The Cavaliers, along with the Golden State Warriors will head to Quicken Loans Arena for Game 3 on Tuesday. The current secondary market average price of Cavaliers Finals tickets for Game 3 is $1,093.65 with a get-in price of $357. That’s a 21% drop in price over the past week, despite Sunday night’s win. The current average for Game 4 is $1,268.53, though the $342 get-in price is slightly less expensive on Thursday.

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Cavaliers Game 3 Tickets Are Down 16% On Resale Market Following Game 1 Loss

(UPDATE 6/5/15) In Game 1 of the 2015 NBA Finals, the Cleveland Cavaliers got off to a hot start. After ending the first quarter with a 10-point lead, Cavaliers not named LeBron James and Kyrie Irving saw their production fall off. James scored 44 points, while Irving scored 23 but got injured in overtime. Cleveland only scored two points in route to a 108-100 loss. After Game 2 on Sunday, the Cavs will head back to Cleveland for Game 3 on Tuesday. The current secondary market average price of Cavaliers Finals tickets for Game 3 is $1,129.28 with a get-in price of $314.

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Cavs Game 3 NBA Finals Tickets Are Now Averaging Over $1,350 On Resale Market

(UPDATE 6/4/15) The Cleveland Cavaliers haven’t played a basketball game in nine days when they swept the Atlanta Hawks in the Eastern Conference Finals. On Wednesday night they will head to Oakland to play the Golden State Warriors in Game 1 of the 2015 NBA Finals at Oracle Arena. While the Cavaliers will start the series on the road, they will head back to Cleveland for Game 3 on Tuesday night. The current secondary market average price for Cavaliers Finals tickets is $1285.67 with a get-in price of $343. Game 4 will be even more expensive with an average of $1360.99 and a get-in price of $387.

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(UPDATE 6/3/15) The Cleveland Cavaliers are back in the NBA Finals in the first year since LeBron James return to Cleveland, following a four year stint with Miami winning two NBA titles.  The Cavaliers will host the Golden State Warriors at the Quicken Loans Arena for Game 3 next Tuesday as Cavaliers tickets for this game are on average $1,285.67 on the secondary market, with the cheapest seat priced at $343.  Cavaliers tickets have an overall average price of $1,524.29 on the secondary market for the three potential games that could be played at the Quicken Loans Arena.  Game 6 Cavaliers tickets will be the most expensive at the Quicken Loans Arena for this series at a current secondary average price of $1,761.76, with the cheapest seat priced at $492.

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(UPDATE 5/26/15) With a 3-0 lead in the series, the Cleveland Cavaliers have a chance to close out the Atlanta Hawks at home during Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals. The Cavaliers have controlled every game of the series thus far and will look to be the first team to sweep the Conference Finals since the then-New Jersey Nets against the Detroit Pistons in 2003. Cavaliers playoff tickets for Game 4 have an average price of $242.68 on the secondary market with a get-in price of $91. As the game approaches, there is a limited number of tickets available for the Tuesday night game on the secondary market.

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Cavaliers Game 3 Tickets Are 11% Cheaper Than Game 4 Tickets On Resale Market

(UPDATE 5/22/15) While the Eastern Conference Finals still reside in Atlanta until the conclusion of Game 2, that hasn’t stopped the anticipation for Cavaliers playoff tickets in Cleveland. The Cavs will host Games 3 and 4 on Sunday and Tuesday night, and the demand for tickets on the secondary market is showing. The current average price for Game 3 on Sunday is $472.71 with a get-in price of $138. However Game 4 on Tuesday is 12% more expensive with an average of $530.79, though the get-in price is just $86. Those prices could continue to go up if the Cavaliers can grab another win in Atlanta on Friday night.

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Atlanta Hawks Game 2 Tickets Are 32% More Than Cavs Game 3 Tickets On Resale Market

(UPDATE 5/21/15) A Game 1 loss to the Cavaliers hasn’t impacted the price of Hawks playoff tickets on the secondary market just yet. Cleveland was able to grab a 97-89 win in the opening game of the Eastern Conference Finals behind 31 points from LeBron James. Hawks fans have not been discouraged as the average price for Game 2 on the secondary market is currently $456.24 with a get-in price of $111. That is 32% above the price of Game 3 in Cleveland on Sunday. Cavaliers playoff tickets have an average price of $345.42, though with a similar $109 get-in price.

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Atlanta Hawks Game 1 Tickets For Eastern Conference Finals Now Averaging $377 On Resale Market

(UPDATE 5/20/15) For the first time since since becoming the Atlanta Hawks, the franchise will host an NBA Conference Finals game. Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals will be held on Wednesday night at Philips Arena. On the secondary market, Hawks playoff tickets have an average price of $376.90 and a get-in price of $79 for Game 1. Prices will be 44.8% more expensive for Game 2 on Friday night with an average price of $546.10 and a get-in price of $109. Hawks tickets are currently listed at crazy prices for the non-guaranteed games later in the series. Both Games 5 and 7 currently have an average price above $1,000.

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Atlanta Hawks Game 1 Tickets Averaging 27% More Than Game 3 In Cleveland

(UPDATE 5/19/15) On Wednesday night, the Eastern Conference Finals will tip-off at Philips Arena. The Atlanta Hawks will host the Cleveland Cavaliers at home for the first two games of the series. On the secondary market, Hawks playoff tickets have some high prices for those first two games. The average price for Game 1 is currently $440.41, while the average for Game 2 is $603.47. Atlanta’s first home game is currently 27.2% more expensive than Cleveland’s first home game this series. The average price of Cavaliers playoff tickets for Game 3 at Quicken Loans Arena is currently $346.28, the least expensive game of the series.

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Atlanta Hawks Game 1 Tickets Are Averaging 75% Above Cavaliers Game 3 Tickets For ECF

(UPDATE 5/18/15) Grabbing the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference has worked out so far for the Atlanta Hawks. They will open the Eastern Conference Finals at home against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Hawks playoff tickets will be pricy at Philips Arena for all four potential home games during the series. The current secondary market price across Games 1, 2, 5 and 7 is $798.26. Game 1 of the series will start Wednesday night and has an average price of $569.06 with a get-in price of $130. That price is 75% above the average for the first game in Cleveland during the series. The current average for Game 3 at Quicken Loans Arena is just $325.06.

Below the schedule for the NBA Eastern Conference Finals. All games are scheduled to start at 8:30pm.

Game 1 - 5/20 - at Atlanta

Game 2 - 5/22 - at Atlanta

Game 3 - 5/24 - at Cleveland

Game 4 - 5/26 - at Cleveland

Game 5* - 5/28 - at Atlanta

Game 6* - 5/30 - at Cleveland

Game 7* - 6/1 - at Atlanta

*if necessary

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Cavaliers Eastern Conference Finals Tickets Are Averaging $400 on Secondary Ticket Market

(5/15/15) After three games, the Cleveland Cavaliers looked to be in a bit of trouble against the Chicago Bulls. Heading into Game 4 of the second round, the Cavaliers were behind in the series 2-1. Starting with a buzzer beater from LeBron James in Game 4, Cleveland went on to win three straight games, culminating with a 94-73 win in Chicago for Game 6. The Cavaliers have advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals and will await the winner of the Atlanta Hawks-Washington Wizards series.

 

Without knowing their opponent yet, the Cavaliers also do not know if they will have the luxury of staying home for Game 1 or go on the road. As the No. 2 seed in the East, Cleveland would have to go to Philips Arena for the first two games of the Eastern Conference Finals should the Hawks advance, That would leave the Cavaliers with just three possible games at Quicken Loans Arena. If the Wizards advance, the Cavaliers would have home court advantage in the series and would get to host Games 1 and 2, as well as 5 and 7 if necessary.

 

As it’s unknown how many home games Cleveland will have, it will also be unclear what the overall average price for Cavaliers playoff tickets will be during the series on the secondary market. The first three home games have relatively similar averages. The average price across those three games is $400.81. The first home games is currently the least expensive with an average price of $361.67. If Cleveland were to have home court, and host a Game 7, the average price if currently $875.13, which would bring the overall series average to $471.57.

The Cavaliers have not been to the Eastern Conference Finals since 2009, when they lost to the Orlando Magic. Their last Finals trip was a year prior, though they lost to the San Antonio Spurs. During the regular season the Cavaliers were 1-3 in four games against the No. 1 seeded Hawks, while they went 3-1 in four games against the Wizards.

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