When the Miami Heat pay a visit to Banker’s Life Fieldhouse on Wednesday, it may mark the beginning of the passing of the torch from one dynasty to the next. While the Pacers have a three-game lead over Miami in the standings, many still question their ability to get past the defending champions in the playoffs.
With all the drama surrounding the matchup, ticket demand for Wednesday’s game have hit the highest price point of the past five seasons. At an average asking price of $370 per ticket on the secondary market, it’s the most expensive Pacers’ home game since resale market trackers TiqIQ first began collecting data in 2009. In comparison, the current average for opening round Indiana Pacers playoff tickets is $170.
The cheapest ticket available is $90, while the priciest is a pair of seats in Section 6 Row 6 (behind the Heat bench) at a cost of $3,137 per ticket. Below TiqIQ will break down the 5 most expensive regular season Pacers tickets since the 2009-2010 season:
- 3/26/14 vs Miami Heat
Average ticket price: $370, cheapest seat: $90. Season average: $76
- 3/15/13 vs Los Angeles Lakers
Average ticket price: $263, cheapest seat: $60. Season average: $71
- 2/1/13 vs Miami Heat
Average ticket price: $208, cheapest seat: $45. Season average: $71
- 4/5/13 vs Oklahoma City Thunder
Average ticket price: $184, cheapest seat: $50. Season average: $71
- 12/10/13 vs Miami Heat
Average ticket price: $175, cheapest seat: $47. Season average: $76