This past offseason, thanks to Lebron James’ move to the Miami Heat, the NBA tallied an estimated $170 million in new season ticket sales.
But for die-hard fans without season tickets, the secondary market – composed of individual buyers and sellers – is the only place to score a seat for some of the most highly-coveted and most expensive games.
To get an idea of which seats are the most expensive in the NBA, ticket search engine FanSnap.com generated the top 10 average listing prices by game. Ticket values are as of Oct. 21, 2010, and are based on current asking prices from sellers in a secondary marketplace, which may not equate to ticket face values and will fluctuate depending on demand. CONTINUE READING