Tickets will go on sale Saturday at 9 a.m.

With a record number of season tickets being sold, single-game tickets will be harder than ever to get. Here’s the message from the Magic:

Orlando, FL – Single game tickets for home games 1-20 (home opener Oct. 28 vs. Philadelphia through Jan. 22 vs. Sacramento) will go on sale on Saturday, October 3, while home games 21-41 (Jan. 28 vs. Boston through regular season finale Apr. 14 vs. Philadelphia) will go on sale Dec. 5. On the respective single game on-sale dates (Oct. 3 and Dec. 5), tickets will be available to purchase beginning at 9 a.m. at Amway Arena, while being available on-line at orlandomagic.com and at other TicketMaster outlets at 11 a.m. The Magic did not raise season ticket prices from last season and have sold more than 4,700 new season tickets for the coming season, a number that is tops in the NBA leading into the 2009-10 campaign. Among the many benefits of season ticket ownership, season ticket holders are given first priority on playoff tickets, while also reserving a spot in the new Amway Center which will open for the 2010-2011 season.

Philip Rossman-Reich

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