How To Find The Cheapest Miami Heat Tickets + Face Value Options

Where to Buy 2019-20 Miami Heat Tickets

Miami Heat tickets are in high demand. Primary market season tickets and single-game tickets are in limited supply -- according to the Heat website, less than 100 season "memberships" remain. 
 
Single-game tickets are available via primary market ticket partner Ticketmaster. Many of the higher-interest games are already sold out on the primary market.  The Heat offers digital tickets through its Miami HEAT Account for season tickets. Fans can access, sell or transfer tickets through the account.
 
The Heat are also offering a variety of premium seating options for the 2019-20 season. These include the American Airlines Lounge and Floor Seating, the American Airlines Lounge Junior seats, Center Court and Loge Level Suites, and individual game Party Suite rentals. More info on all of these can be found on the Heat website. 
 
On the secondary market TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on Miami Heat tickets for all sold out games on the 2019 schedule, in addition to a Low Price Guarantees on all NBA ticketsThat means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or SeatGeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and SeatGeek.
 

How Much Are 2019-20 Miami Heat Tickets

Season tickets are available through the team website, and full-season ticket packages start at $2,200 for seats in the 300 sections and go up to $11,660 for premium seats. Some sections are already sold out. Season ticket holders have access to meet-and-greets with the players and staff, in-game experiences, discounts on concessions and merchandise, early entry, and other perks, including those listed below for half-season ticket holders.
 
The Heat offers two half-season memberships -- the Red Plan includes games against the Golden State Warriors, Houston Rockets, New Orleans Pelicans and Los Angeles Clippers, while the Black Plan includes games against the Los Angeles Lakers, Milwaukee Bucks, Toronto Raptors and Boston Celtics. Both plans start at $500 for upper-level seating and $1,575 for lower-level seating and include 21 regular-season home games. Other benefits include access to presales for postseason and other events at American Airlines Arena and savings over individual game prices. 
 
For single-game tickets on the primary market most games start at under $20. Prices for higher demand games are a bit more expensive and start at around $25 per tickets, however the primary market get-in for games against the Warriors and Lakers jump to north of $60 per ticket. 
 
On the secondary market, Miami Heat tickets have jumped 42%, to $213 for this season and are ranked No. 7 in terms of average asking price. A Heat home ticket was ranked No. 15 last season. The priciest ticket in the NBA is $825 for a Golden State Warriors home game. 
 
 
The average asking price is the third highest of the decade, behind $276 in 2013-14 and $242 in 2011-12. In 2013-14, the Heat advanced to its fourth consecutive NBA Finals, but lost to San Antonio. Miami won the first of two titles in 2011-12, beating Oklahoma City in five games.
 
As is the case across much of the league, the Los Angeles Lakers and Golden State Warriors are commanding two of the ten highest average asking prices at Miami. Those two games are the only two on the schedule with average asking prices above $300. Below is a look at all ten Heat games with the highest average asking prices on the secondary market. 

December 13 vs. Los Angeles Lakers 🎟️

  • Secondary market average asking price: $387
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $131

November 29 vs. Golden State Warriors 🎟️

  • Secondary market average asking price: $307
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $85

December 28 vs. Philadelphia 76ers 🎟️

  • Secondary market average asking price: $260
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $67
 

January 24 vs. Los Angeles Clippers 🎟️

  • Secondary market average asking price: $210
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $55

November 3 vs. Houston Rockets 🎟️

  • Secondary market average asking price: $235
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $49 

January 28 vs. Boston Celtics ðŸŽŸï¸

  • Secondary market average asking price: $232
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $46 

February 3 vs. Philadelphia 76ers ðŸŽŸï¸

  • Secondary market average asking price: $228
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $45

April 11 vs. Boston Celtics🎟️

  • Secondary market average asking price: $225
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $43

November 16 vs. New Orleans Pelicans ðŸŽŸï¸

  • Secondary market average asking price: $221
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $40 

February 29 vs. Brooklyn Nets 🎟️

  • Secondary market average asking price: $215
  • Secondary market cheapest ticket: $38

TicketIQ is committed to the cheapest tickets possible, and we make much less on sold out tickets compared to other major marketplaces like StubHub and Vivid. That means ticket buyers save from up to 25% on TicketIQ on sports, music and theater. We're able to do this because we also work with teams, venues, and other ticket owners, to help them sell tickets at face price, directly to consumers like you, through Ticketmaster and AXS. For an overview of the 2019-20 NBA Ticket Buying landscape, and details on the cheapest way to get tickets for every team, visit the TicketIQ Blog.

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