Eastern Conference rivals the New York Knicks vs. Boston Celtics will play four times this season, twice at the Madison Square Garden and twice at the TD Arena in Boston.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Knicks vs Celtics at Madison Square Garden?
Saturday, October 26, 3 p.m. at Madison Square Garden
Tickets on the primary market start at $119 per seat for 200 level seats behind the basket and $125 for tickets on the sidelines. On the high end, Ticketmaster offers seats behind the Knicks bench for $1,132.
On the secondary market, the cheapest tickets are $121 in Section-Level 419 section. 200 level seats start in the same price range at $122 per ticket. For fans that would like to site closer to the action, Floor level tickets start at $244 and the best avaialble are seats are in Section 12, Row 4 for $1,158.
Saturday, December 1, 3:30 p.m at Madison Square Garden
The primary market offers tickets for this game starting at $125 in the 400 level. 200 & 300 level seats start at $140, while lower level seats in the 100's start at $209. Courtside seating starts at $273 behind the baskets and $1,132 on the sidelines.
On the secondary market, seats remain in many areas of Madison Square Garden, and the cheapest ticket is $125 in Chase Bridge North 315. 200 level seats start at $145 per ticket behind the basket and $153 closer to center court. Seats in the 100's sections start $175 and Floor sections start at $225. The best available tickets are in Section 12, Row AA right on the court, for over $7,000.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Celtics vs Knicks at TD Garden
Monday, November 1, 7:30 p.m. at TD Garden
The cheapest tickets are available on the primary market start at $65 in Balcony level behind the basketball, $70 in the corners and $74 on the sidelines. Lower level seats start at $129 in Sections 6 and 7, while lower level sideline seats start at $220.
The secondary market offers tickets for this game starting at $62 at the Balcony Level 309. Also, there are tickets at the Loge 18 starting at $134. As for fans that like to be close to the action, there are tickets for $291 in Loge 1 Row 15. The priciest tickets on TicketIQ are in VIP level section 13 and start at $751.
Wednesday, March 18, 7:30 p.m. at TD Garden
Primary market tickets for the game start at $42.50 in Balcony Section 304, 323, and 309 behind the baskets. In the corners prices go up to $44.50, and on the sidelines they go up to as much as $80 per seat. There are a very limited amount of lower level seats avaialble and those start at $156.
On the secondary market fans can get into the building for $37 in Balcony Sections 304, 306, 308 and 310. Lower level loge seats start at $84 and Club Seating starts at $183. The best available seats are in Loge Section 2 in the second row right near mid court for $407 per ticket.
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