Forbes: Celtics Tickets Up 204% On Secondary Market Since Last Year

With the NBA training camps soon to begin, the Boston Celtics are currently in rebuilding mode after failing to qualify for the NBA Playoffs this past season for the first time since 2007. However, despite coming off a 27-57 season, Boston Celtic tickets are up 204% in the secondary market compared to last season. The Celtics have been one of the most successful franchises in all of sports and the Boston area is filled with some of the most passionate sports fans in the country.

Boston Celtics tickets this year are not the most expensive in the NBA, but they are much more expensive in asking average price compared to last season. The secondary market average for Boston Celtics tickets last year were just $59.08 with only four games over a $100 average. This season Boston Celtics tickets have a current average of $179.56 on the secondary market.

While the Celtics may not be a serious championship contender this season, some of the most expensive games at the TD Garden include their two games against the Cleveland Cavaliers as both games in Boston have a current average price above $300. There are nine other games on the Boston Celtics schedule where tickets will have an average price above $200 against popular teams in the league such as the Oklahoma City Thunder, New York Knicks, Los Angeles Lakers, Brooklyn Nets, and Chicago Bulls.

For more on Celtics ticket prices on the secondary market, head over to Forbes.