As winners of six straight matchups and 14 of the last 15 contests against New York, the defending champion Raptors look to continue their success against the new-look Knicks this season. New York and Toronto will face each other four times this season, twice at New York's Madison Square Garden and twice at Toronto's Scotiabank Arena.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Knicks vs. Raptors at Scotiabank Arena
Wednesday, November 27, 7:30 p.m. at Scotiabank Arena
There are no primary tickets available on the 300 level. Tickets start at $139 in sections 102 and 104. The section 102 tickets are closer than the section 104 ones: the section 102 seats are in row 15 and 17 rows closer than the same-priced section 104 tickets. There are limited primary tickets remaining for this contest and range up to $362. (Note: Ticketmaster prices for Raptors home games are in Canadian dollars.)
On the secondary market, the cheapest tickets are $38 in standing room section 318S. For fans that would prefer seats, $50 is the minimum price, and it is in row 10 of section 306. The cheapest seats in the lower bowl are $103 each in row 16 of section 102. (Note: TicketIQ prices for Raptors home games are in US dollars.)
Sunday, April 12, 6:00 p.m. at Scotiabank Arena
The only remaining primary tickets are single seats: one is found in row 14X of section 313 and the other is in row 17 of section 308. The section 313 price is $51 while the section 308 cost is $63. (Note: Ticketmaster prices for Raptors home games are in Canadian dollars.)
On the secondary market, a large variety of tickets are available. Standing room tickets start at $42 in section 307S. Balcony seats start at $52 in row 12 of section 317. In the lower bowl, the lowest priced seat is $95 in row 24 of section 114. For those who need more than 2 tickets on the 100 level, there are $97 tickets available in row 19 of section 113. (Note: TicketIQ prices for Raptors home games are in US dollars.)
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Knicks vs. Raptors at Madison Square Garden
Friday, January 24, 7:30 p.m. at Madison Square Garden
The cheapest primary market tickets start at $73 in several 200-level sections. For the 400 level, $79 is the least expensive seat price. Those fans seeking 100-level seats can find $114 tickets in sections 103, 111, 112, and 120.
Secondary market tickets for this game start at $70 each in row 4 of section 419. For fans wanting to sit closer, there are $73 tickets available in row 16 of section 227. The price goes up to just $78 for Chase Bridge North section 315. In the lower bowl, there are $100 tickets available in row 11 of section 112.
Wednesday, March 25, 7:30 p.m. at Madison Square Garden
There are many tickets available for this contest, and the prices start at $96 in many 400-level sections. The 300-level ticket prices begin at $103 apiece. For just $1 more, there are several seats available on the 200 level at $104. For the lower bowl, the minimum price is $142 per seat.
On the secondary market, seats remain in several areas, and the cheapest ticket is $73 in section 212, and there are 2 tickets available for row 20. The cheapest 400 level seat is $76 in row 7 of section 420: 2 or 4 tickets are available here. For $85 each, 2 seats are available in Chase Bridge North section 315, which are the least expensive 300-level tickets. The lower bowl’s least expensive seat is $106 in row 18 of section 102.
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