Over the last two seasons, the 76ers have been very successful against the Pistons, as Philadelphia has scored more than 100 points in each of the last seven meetings. The 2019 Eastern Conference playoff teams face each other three times this season, twice at Detroit's Little Caesars Arena and once at Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Pistons vs. 76ers at Little Caesars Arena
Saturday, October 26, 7:00 p.m. at Little Caesars Arena
Tickets on the 200-level start at $25, and they are found in many of the balcony sections. Non-balcony seats start at $37 on the mezzanine level. For tickets closer to the court, the cheapest lower-bowl seats cost $47.
On the secondary market, the cheapest tickets are $23 in section 218; fans can buy up to 10 tickets in row 7 of this section. Fans can get a great deal of $31 per ticket in sections 115 and 116 in the lower bowl. There are also mezzanine tickets in section M2 for as low as $36 each.
Monday, December 23, 7:00 p.m. at Little Caesars Arena
Tickets on the upper 200-level start at $34 in many of the sections. Mezzanine-level tickets cost as low as $53. The cheapest lower-bowl tickets are $70. For $148, fans can sit in the lower bowl in the sections on the sidelines: 107, 111, 120, and 124.
Secondary market tickets for this game start at $34 in sections 202 and 218, both in row 5. For $47, there are options in both the upper and lower bowls. The cheapest lower-bowl seats are found in sections 103 and 116, and the closest seats of these $47 tickets are found in row 18. The lowest-priced mezzanine ticket is $53 in section M6.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for 76ers vs. Pistons at Wells Fargo Center
Wednesday, March 11, 7:30 p.m. at Wells Fargo Center
The cheapest tickets for the contest on the primary market are $19, and they are found in two locations: Labatt Blue Club section 202 and upper baseline 218. For lower baseline tickets, fans can purchase section 103 seats for $26 each. There are also lower corner seats in section 114 for $26 each.
On the secondary market, seats remain in many areas of Wells Fargo Center, and the cheapest ticket is $22 in mezzanine section 219A, and 2 tickets are available together at that price. Up to 6 tickets are available in mezzanine section 219 at $29 each. For the lower-bowl, section 120 has the lowest-priced tickets at $58 each.
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