NBA Miami Heat Tickets
Scorch the competition with Miami Heat tickets. The Miami-based NBA team began to play in 1988 as an expansion team. They are a member of the Eastern Conference playing in the Southeast Division. During their first few seasons, the Heat struggled to set ablaze in the records and struggled to earn any postseason action. Then in the mid-90s, the Heat acquired Alonzo Mourning and Tim Hardaway. These additions lead to their first NBA Playoff appearance in 1997. Through 2000, the team made consecutive back-to-back appearances resulting in four division titles. Those two valuable players retired in 2002, leading the team to start one of their many rebuilding seasons.
With the acquisition of Dwyane Wade and Shaquille O’Neal, the Miami Heat earned their first national title in 2006. Shaq earned the NBA MVP but would start playing for the Phoenix Suns starting in 2008. The Big Three, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, and Chris Bosh, formed in 2010 for the Heat. They would lead the team to the NBA Finals every year. The Miami Heat won two consecutive national championships before the trio retired in 2016.
The Miami Heat hold the record for the NBA’s third-longest winning streak at 27 games. Pick up your Miami Heat tickets today and be a part of the history. They play their home games at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. The address is 601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami FL 33132.
Miami Heat Ticket Prices
Depending on who they are playing will determine the overall Miami Heat ticket prices. Cheap tickets can be purchased in the 400 level section of the American Airlines Arena. Also, non-conference games offer cheaper ticket prices. If the Miami Heat earns a playoff bid, those tickets will cost more money and will feature a handful of games in their home arena. There are multiple premium level seats available including courtside seats. Check out the full inventory online using TicketSmarter.
How much are Miami Heat tickets?
Miami Heat tickets start at $15 per seat and can average $92. For more information, check out the Miami Heat seating chart from TicketSmarter. This interactive tool can help you to filter down by price or location so you never miss another NBA game.
Fans looking for Miami Heat tickets for the current basketball season can find them on TicketSmarter for prices starting at $7.00 and going as high as $20213.00. The average ticket prices for a single Miami Heat game during the current season is around $249.64. Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs tickets for the game on 12/10/2022 5:00PM are available on TicketSmarter right now with prices ranging from $23.00 to $4398.00. There are 3417 tickets listed for the game on TicketSmarter, so grab yours today and make your plans to be at FTX Arena, 601 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL for the matchup.
Miami Heat Schedule
The Miami Heat is a member of the Eastern Conference playing in the Southeast Division. They typically play 82 games during the regular NBA schedule. The Miami Heat schedule starts in October and ends in April. NBA Playoffs and the NBA Finals are conducted after the conclusion of the season and will last through June. Typical opponents include the Orlando Magic, Washington Wizards, Charlotte Hornets, and Atlanta Hawks. Check out the full Miami basketball schedule using the events calendar from TicketSmarter.
The Miami Heat vs. Orlando Magic game is one of the last of the remaining basketball games on the Miami Heat schedule. Fans wanting to attend this game can purchase their tickets through TicketSmarter right now with prices starting as low as $41.00 and going for prices as high as $4785.00. There are 4323 ticket listings currently available so act now to see one of the final games of the season at FTX Arena, 601 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL.
When do Miami Heat tickets go on sale?
Tickets for upcoming Miami Heat basketball games can be found on our website starting in August. Typically the NBA schedule is released in the summer with tickets going on sale shortly thereafter. No presale code is required. Secure your seats today without the trouble of standing in line at the Miami Heat box office.
Miami Heat Seating Chart
The American Airlines Arena is home to the Miami Heat and first opened its doors in 1998. The center has multiple public transport connections including the Miami Metrorail. Inside is Florida’s largest theater, the Waterfront Theater. This space can accommodate up to 5,800 people and is perfect for concerts or live shows. The entire complex can hold 19,600. There are four levels of seating with a Miami Heat merchandise store on each.
There are a total of 2,105 club seats, 80 suites, and 76 loge boxes at the arena. You can even sit courtside for any upcoming Miami Heat basketball game. The Bacardi Ocho Lounge takes over the wings of the 200 level suites.
AAArena Tickets can be purchased online and through the TicketSmarter mobile app. Be sure to check out the full Miami Heat seating chart so you never miss another game.
In September 2019, an American Airlines official disclosed that the company was not planning on extending their contract for the official naming rights for the center. No new partnership information has been announced.
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