Currently sitting in fifth place in the Eastern Conference, the Indiana Pacers have a month full of premiere matchups in March, including home games against the Boston Celtics, Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets. With any luck, Pacers fans will be among the first to see Stephen Curry on the court since late October when he broke his hand. Curry could be back as early as March 5.
Where to Buy Pacers Tickets
Primary market tickets remain available via Ticketmaster for all upcoming Pacers home games.
On the secondary market TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantee on all Indiana Pacers tickets in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all NBA tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid Seats, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. In our efforts to continue to provide our customers with the best deals, we’ve removed all fees. TicketIQ now shows you the full ticket price from the start of your search. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and Vivid Seats.
How Much Are Pacers Tickets
Tuesday, March 10: Indiana Pacers vs. Boston Celtics, 7 p.m.
On the primary market, fans can get into this game for $17 or less everywhere on the 200 Level except for the two sections at midcourt on each side of the court. From there, prices jump to $87 on the corners in the 100 Sections. The priciest seats still available are $1,292 in Sections 1 and 20, Row 1 on the baseline. These Courtside Seats include access to the Lightbound Courtside Club and a Virginia Avenue parking pass for every two seats.
Wednesday, March 18: Indiana Pacers vs. Golden State Warriors, 7:30 p.m.
This game against an NBA dynasty is the second priciest home game of the month, and while there are seats available throughout Bankers Life Field House, choices are limited in many sections. The cheapest seats get fans seats on the 200 Level on the corners. Courtside Seats are sold out, but fans can get as close as Row 5 in Section 14 on the corner on floor level for $504.
Friday, March 20: Indiana Pacers vs. Miami Heat, 7 p.m.
This game is among the best deals of the month, with plenty of cheap seats available in the 200 Sections, on the corners and behind the basket. Most of the lower-level sections are sold out, but fans who want to treat themselves can do so for $938 for a pair of Courtside Seats in Section 11, Row 1 behind the basket.
Saturday, March 21: Indiana Pacers vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, 7 p.m.
This game is also a great deal for a matchup with a regional rival. Seats all over the 200 Level, including above the sidelines, are available for $10 or less on the primary market, while seats in floor-level Section 1, Row 25 (the last row in the section) can be had for $43. Courtside Seats are sold out for this game.
Monday, March 23: Indiana Pacers vs. Phoenix Suns, 7 p.m.
Primary market seats still remain on every level of Bankers Life Field House, though many of the 100- and Floor-Level sections are sold out. Fans can get seats on the 200 Level for as little as $9, on the 100 Level for as little as $64 in Section 103 above the sideline, and on floor level for as little as $41 behind the basket or on the corner in Sections 19 and 20. Courtside Seats are sold out for this game.
Friday, March 27: Indiana Pacers vs. Houston Rockets, 7 p.m.
This is the highest-demand game of the month. Seats in nearly every 200-Level section are available for $38 or less, making them the priciest for March. Courtside Seats are sold out, but fans can get a spot on the lower level for as little as $120 in Sections 1 and 20 behind the net, or can get closer to the action in Section 14, Row 5 on the corner for $409.
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