Fossilize your opponents with Toronto Raptors tickets. In 1993, the National Basketball Association wanted to expand its reach into Canada. The two new franchises formed were the Toronto Raptors and the Vancouver Grizzlies. The Raptors started playing in 1995 as an expansion team at the Rogers Centre while a new arena was constructed. Their new facility, the Scotiabank Arena, opened in 1999, which can be found at 40 Bay St, Toronto, ON M5J 2X2, Canada. They share the complex with the NHL Toronto Maple Leafs. The Raptors play in the Eastern Conference as a part of the Atlantic Division. They are currently the only Canada-based NBA team after the Grizzlies moved to Memphis prior to the 2001-02 season. Secure your Toronto Raptors tickets today through TicketSmarter.
Through the acquisition of Vince Carter during the NBA Draft in 1998, the Raptors started to earn consecutive NBA Playoff bids. They set the league record for attendance when they made the playoffs starting in 2000 through 2003. Their first win came in 2001 when they defeated the New York Knicks. After a couple of years of rebuilding, the Raptors earned their first Atlantic Division championship in 2007. It would be five years before they earned another postseason bid, and another two before they would earn another division title. Through the 2019 season, the Raptors have claimed six division titles and one conference championship. They beat the Golden State Warriors in six games to be crowned the 2019 NBA Champion. This was their first NBA Finals appearance. Don’t let history pass you buy without buying your Toronto Raptors tickets.
Like with all other NBA games, the Toronto Raptors ticket prices are based on who they are playing. Another factor in determining the ticket price is how far into the season the game is being played. For cheaper Raptors tickets, check out games held against non-conference opponents. Also, seats in the 300 level section of the Scotiabank Arena tend to be cheaper than courtside seats. With TicketSmarter, you can easily sort by price or location through our interactive seating chart.
Tickets for a home Raptors game start at $26. These seats will be in the 300 level of the Scotiabank Arena in section 311, row 19. Most tickets will average $110. For premium or postseason action, expect to pay more money. Lockdown your seats today and avoid the long lines at the Raptors ticket office.
Fans looking for Toronto Raptors tickets for the current basketball season can find them on TicketSmarter for prices starting at $9.00 and going as high as $17365.00. The average ticket prices for a single Toronto Raptors game during the current season is around $300.51. Toronto Raptors vs. Indiana Pacers tickets for the game on 3/22/2023 7:30PM are available on TicketSmarter right now with prices ranging from $45.00 to $985.00. There are 514 tickets listed for the game on TicketSmarter, so grab yours today and make your plans to be at Scotiabank Arena, 40 Bay Street, Toronto, ON for the matchup.
The Toronto Raptors play in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. This division frequently pits the Raptors against the Boston Celtics, Philadelphia 76ers, Brooklyn Nets, and New York Knicks. The NBA schedule starts in October and goes through April. If the Raptors earn an NBA Playoff bid, those games are held following the conclusion of the season. The NBA Finals occur in June. The full Toronto Raptors schedule can be found online using TicketSmarter.
The current Toronto Raptors season has 28 basketball games remaining on the schedule. Fans of the team are looking forward to the NBA Finals: Toronto Raptors vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) game on June 18th, 2023 at TBD. It’s scheduled to take place at Scotiabank Arena, 40 Bay Street, Toronto, ON and there are 10 tickets on sale on TicketSmarter. NBA Finals: Toronto Raptors vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) tickets are currently in the price range of $1669.00 to $1856.00.
Raptors tickets will become available through TicketSmarter once the schedule has been released. Typically the NBA releases the schedule in the summer. Postseason tickets can be purchased after the Raptors have clinched a playoff bid.
Originally known as the Air Canada Centre when it opened in 1999. Today the Scotiabank Arena is one of the busiest arenas in Canada and the 13th busiest in the world. Both the Toronto Raptors and the NHL Toronto Maple Leafs call the multipurpose sports complex their home. It can comfortably accommodate 19,800 basketball fans with the ability to expand for standing room only seats. There are two main bowls of seating with the 200 level dedicated to premium suites. Above the 300 level section, are three more tiers of premium seating including the 500 & 600 level theatre suites, which can accommodate up to 14 people and are located on the east side of the arena. The MasterCard Club Courtside seats bring you even closer to the action. Sections 108 and 119 offer center court views. The team benches are located in front of sections 118 and 120. The full Toronto Raptors seating chart is available through TicketSmarter. There you can sort by price or location so you never miss another live NBA game.
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