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Magic Playoff Tickets Cheap on Secondary Market

Orlando is getting pumped for the postseason. Tickets sold out to the first two playoffs games fairly quickly (or are quickly on their way there) and people’s beards are in full groom (or ungroom… hard to turn a phrase on that one).

Those left outside Amway Center though might be the ones able to find the best bargains.

According to TiqIQ, a sponsor of this Web site, tickets to Games One and Two of the first round have the lowest average price among the 16 playoff teams at $117.

That is significantly below the league-high $541 average to go see Games Three or Four in Madison Square Garden next week. The Bulls, the magic’s potential second-round matchup, have an average ticket price of $263.

If you happen to be in Atlanta, you should be able to find tickets too. Surprisingly the Hawks have a higher average ticket price than the Magic at $129.

According to TiqIQ there are still 1,260 tickets available on secondary market sites for an average price of $69 (nearly a 50 percent decrease from last week’s price). The best deals, according to TiqIQ are in the 200 corners where you can get seats for little more than $20.

For Game Two there are still 1,421 tickets available for an average price of $79.

Orlando plays Atlanta in Game One tomorrow at 7 p.m. and in Game Two on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Amway Center.

Philip Rossman-Reich

About Philip Rossman-Reich

Philip Rossman-Reich is the managing editor for Crossover Chronicles and Orlando Magic Daily. You can follow him on twitter @OMagicDaily

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