San Antonio May Be The Defending NBA Champions But Spurs Tickets Still Remain Among NBA’s Cheapest

The San Antonio Spurs are looking to do something this season they’ve never accomplished, win back to back NBA Championships for the first time in the Popovich/Duncan era.  The Spurs however, have not played consistently so far this season as they come into Wednesday’s game against Cleveland with a 6-4 record.  However, the Spurs have had to deal with a number of injuries to their key players such as Patty Mills being out with shoulder injury, Kawhi Leonard has missed games, Marco Bellini and Tiago Splitter are currently out with injuries but could return later this week.  It’s still a long way to go so there’s no major concern for the Spurs as they just have to find a way to get healthier and are expected to be back in the playoffs to their defend their title.  As is expected, the cost for Spurs tickets on the secondary market is not very high when compared to the rest of the league. The season average in San Antonio is just $118.

The top priced Spurs game this season is on March 12, when Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers visit the AT&T Center to take on the defending champs.  Spurs tickets for this game have a current average price of $311.63 on the secondary market, which is a 150% premium compared to the Spurs overall home average.  The get-in price for this game is $53 as this game marks as the one on the Spurs schedule with an average asking price of over $300.

On Christmas Day, San Antonio will host rival and Western Conference foe the Oklahoma City Thunder at AT&T Center.  Like the Spurs, OKC has had to deal with a multitude of injuries which has affected their win to loss column due to their two star players Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook missing significant time because of injuries.  Spurs tickets against the Thunder have a current average price of $214.58 on the secondary market, a 73% over the home average, with a get-in price of $41.  According to Razorgator, this is the only other game on the Spurs home schedule with an average asking price of over $200.

The third most expensive Spurs game this season is on December 12 when the Los Angeles Lakers visit AT&T Center to face off against the Spurs.  The Lakers are having their worst start in franchise history as Spurs tickets for this game have a current average price of $199.35 on the secondary market, which is a 60% over the Spurs home average, with a get-in price of $36.

On December 28, the Spurs welcome division rival the Houston Rockets at the AT&T Center as the Rockets have gotten to a quick start displaying some explosion on offense as they are a very dangerous team in the Western Conference.  Spurs tickets for this matchup have a current secondary average price of $192.35, a 54% premium over the home average, with a get-in price of $34.

Finally, the Spurs will host the Chicago Bulls on March 8 at the AT&T Center in this intriguing East vs West matchup between two really good teams.  Spurs tickets against the Bulls have a current average price of $187.57 on the secondary market, which is 50% over the home average, with a get-in price of $29.

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