Since the Nets moved to Brooklyn, the Knicks and Nets have won 14 games against each other. The Atlantic Division rivals face each other four times this season, twice each at Brooklyn's Barclays Center and New York's Madison Square Garden.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Knicks vs. Nets at Barclays Center
Friday, October 25, 7:30 p.m. at Barclays Center
For Kyrie Irving jersey night, tickets on the 200-level start at $134, and they are found in balcony sections 201, 202, 210, 213, and 222. Lower-bowl seats are available starting at $232 in section 19, row 18. For fans wanting to sit in single-digit rows, tickets start at $245 in section 105.
On the secondary market, the cheapest tickets are $123 in section 218. Fans can buy up to 5 tickets in row 13 of this section. Lower-bowl tickets start at $227 in sections 102, 105, and 111. Fans can purchase 2 or 4 tickets for row 4 of section 105.
Thursday, December 26, 8:00 p.m. at Barclays Center
The cheapest tickets on the 200-level are $179 in sections 212 and 213. Non-balcony seats start at $355 in section 104, 117, and 118. These tickets have a good view of the court, but for fans that want to be closer, tickets in section 10 start at $580 each.
Secondary market tickets for this game start at $191 in section 221 in row 18, and fans can purchase up to 7 tickets at $191 each or up to 8 tickets at $193 each. 100-level seats start at $396 for this day after Christmas matchup. These seats are found in the corner, but there are seats available closer to center court for similar prices. However, the price jumps for the lower bowl.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Knicks vs. Nets at Madison Square Garden
Sunday, November 24, 6:00 p.m. at Madison Square Garden
Tickets on the 300-level start at $129, and they are in row 1 of section 310. Seats on the 400-level start at $135, including row 1 of section 419. Seats in sections on the 200-level start at $139. The cheapest 100-level seats are $179.
On the secondary market, seats remain in many areas of Madison Square Garden, and the cheapest ticket is $116 in section 419. For fans wanting 4 tickets together, $142 seats are available in section 221. For the lower bowl, the cheapest tickets are $160 for section 111 seats in row 22.
Sunday, January 26, 6:00 p.m. at Madison Square Garden
The cheapest tickets available on the primary market start at $138 for 400-level seats, while the least expensive 300-level seats are $148. For just $1 more, fans can purchase primary market tickets on the 200-level. For the 100-level, tickets start at $217.
Secondary market tickets for this game start at $107 in section 419, and fans can purchase 2 tickets together in this section. For fans who need 4 tickets together, they can purchase $111 tickets in section 222. Lounge tickets are also available for $137 each in section 304. For those wanting to sit in the lower bowl, there are tickets available for $151 in section 114.
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