It was a very disappointing campaign last season for the Miami Heat failing to qualify for the playoffs finishing 10th in the Eastern Conference. However, the Heat weren’t without misfortune, losing Chris Bosh for much of the season due to blood clots on his lungs. The Heat made some good picks in the draft, acquiring some good young talent like Justise Winslow. With the return of Chris Bosh to the team healthy, Goran Dragic at the point, Dwyane Wade, who can still put up impressive numbers at times, and more solid playing from Luol Deng, the Heat could very well be one of the elite teams in the Eastern Conference and perhaps make it to the East Finals. Here are the top five secondary market Heat tickets this season on TicketIQ.
12/5/15 vs Cleveland Cavaliers | Avg. Price: $328.60 | Get-in Price: $100
LeBron James left the Miami Heat following the 2013-14 season and in their year apart, the Heat struggled and failed to even earn a playoff berth, while James led the Cavaliers all the way back to the NBA Finals. However, this season it will be interesting to see if they could set up a possible showdown in the Eastern Conference Finals. The Heat host the Cavaliers at American Airlines Arena on December 5 and tickets are going for an average price of $328.60 on the secondary market, with a get -in price of $100.
3/19/16 vs Cleveland Cavaliers | Avg. Price: $328.47 | Get-in Price: $104
The second most expensive Heat game this season will also feature the Cleveland Cavaliers who come back to American Airlines Arena on March 19. Heat tickets for this game are going for an average price of $328.47, with the least expensive ticket to get in priced at $104.
12/25/15 vs New Orleans Pelicans | Avg. Price: $221.93 | Get-in Price: $56
On Christmas Day, Miami heat hosts the New Orleans Pelicans, who are a team on the rise after clinching the No. 8 seed in the deep Western Conference. Heat Christmas Day game tickets against the Pelicans have a secondary average price $221.93, with the cheapest ticket to get in priced at $56.
1/1/16 vs Dallas Mavericks | Avg. Price: $213.80 | Get-in Price: $50
It wasn’t too long ago these two teams were on top battling for an NBA Championship, but since both the Miami Heat and the Dallas Mavericks have seen better days. However, the Heat have the talent to a deep run in the playoffs, while the Mavericks, because of some misfortune in the offseason and a very strong Western Conference, appear destined for another early round exit in the playoffs. The Heat host the Mavericks at American Airlines Arena on New Year’s Day and tickets have a secondary average price of $213.80, with a get-in price of $50.
2/9/16 vs San Antonio Spurs | Avg. Price: $203.07 | Get-in Price: $50
The Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs represented their respective conference in the NBA Finals in two of the last three seasons that produced some memorable games. The Spurs come back to the American Airlines Arena on February 9 as Heat tickets for this game are going for an average price of $203.07, with a get in price of $50.