According to our partner Tiqiq, "Nets playoff tickets on the secondary market currently start 38% below face price."
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(Full disclosure: We at The Brooklyn Game get a small sliver if you buy tickets from Tiqiq)
Home games for which there are still tickets include:
vs Detroit Pistons April 4
vs. Atlanta Hawks April 11
vs Orlando Magic April 13
vs Manhattan Knicks April 15
Plus there's tickets for playoff games against the Knicks (just kidding) on April 19, 21, 28 and if the Nets get to the next round May 5 and 7, 14, 16. And the last game of the finals (though the Nets may sweep in 4) is June 17. With playoff tickets, if you buy now and the Nets somehow dont make it, you get your money back. View all the options here.
Atlantic Yards Reports notes that the price of the cheapest seats will be rising next year from $15 up to $25, and $20 seats will go for $30.
The site's Norman Oder went on:
Remember, for years arena backers and builders promised at least 2,000 $15 seats "for" Brooklyn. In May 2004, Borough President Marty Markowitz, told the New York City Council, "It must be enjoyed by Brooklyn's working families."
“We have 2,000 seats priced at 15 dollars and under," Brett Yormark, the Nets/arena CEO, told RealGM 6/15/12. "It’s been our goal from day one to have affordable seating and pricing for anyone that wants to experience Brooklyn Nets basketball."
Oder did add, "Nets tickets are a bargain compared to Knicks tickets at Madison Square Garden."