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The Hawks average ticket price for the NBA regular season has consistently been at a low price but over the past five seasons, the price has slowly increased. For the first time in six seasons, the price has reached over $50 for the 2016-2017 Atlanta Hawks season. The increase to an average ticket price of $57 is a growth of 63% from the 2015-2016 season price of $35. The biggest ticket price jump for Atlanta’s NBA team was in 2013-2014 when the previous season was a decrease of 90%, the growing popularity of the team is attributed to the changing ticket price for Hawks’ games.

Atlanta Hawks Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 10/28/2016)

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2018 Hawks Season Preview

Here’s who was shipped out of Atlanta – Jose Manuel Calderon, Mike Dunleavy, Dwight Howard, Tim Hardaway Jr., Ryan Kelly, Paul Millsap, Thabo Sefolosha and Kris Humphries. Good grief! Who stayed for the Hawks? In a nutshell, very little. Dennis Schroeder is probably the only bright spot on the “stay” list, and the Atlanta Hawks did add Marco Belinelli and Luke Babbitt who will provide some three-point fire-power. But this is a team with very little talent, and Coach Mike Budenholzer will have a serious re-building effort on his hands. Without a Top 15 player at any position, the Hawks are the worst team in the East on paper. The good news – some inexperienced players will get lots (and we do mean lots) of playing time. On the offensive end, Schroeder will be tasked to shoulder the burden. Problem is the guy only averaged 14 per game. He is capable of more, but how much more is the real question. There will be nobody to take the attention off him, so look for double-teams if he happens to heat up. A season to miss, Hawks fans. Take solace in the Falcons. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Atlanta Hawks at Philips Arena or supporting the Hawks on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017-2018 Atlanta Hawks tickets, including home and away games.

Atlanta Hawks Basketball at Philips Arena

Address: 1 Philips Dr, Atlanta, Georgia, 30303

The Hawks play their home games at Philips Arena, located in Atlanta, Georgia. When filled to capacity, Philips Arena holds nearly 19,000 screaming Hawks fans. While at the game, check out the Philips Experience—where you can surf the web, watch breaking news, or try out for the next dunk contest on a miniature hoop. The Atlanta Hawks home bench at Philips Arena is behind section 116. Philips Arena parking information is covered in our Hawks event guide.

Philips Arena Seating Chart

Atlanta Hawks Rivals

Hawks vs. Celtics

A rivalry that has stretched over five decades that includes 350 regular season games and another 60+ playoff matchups. Always hostile and intense, this rivalry is one of the oldest in the NBA. The rivalry dates back to when Atlanta played in St. Louis and the two organizations met in the NBA finals 4 times in a five-year stretch.

Hawks vs. Hornets

Geographically close and rivals in other sports, it is only natural for these two teams to not get along. Both teams usually play with a higher intensity level when they meet and bragging rights for the fan bases is always on the line. The two franchises have met over 35 times and this rivalry will only increase in the upcoming years.

Hawks vs. Pacers

A rivalry that heightened in the late 1980s with a playoff matchup, these two teams have faced each other over 190 times during their history. With multiple meetings in the playoffs, a number that will only increase in the years to come, the Hawks and Pacers often meet when the intensity level is at its highest. As both teams improve on the court, this rivalry will only get better.

Hawks in the NBA Finals, Eastern Conference Championships and NBA Playoffs

A member of the NBA since 1949, the Hawks have been a consistent performer in the league for over 50 years. The highlight of the organization came in the late 1950s and early 1960s as they dominated the NBA which resulted in an NBA championship in 1958. With multiple conference championships and division titles, the Hawks will only add to that number in the upcoming years.

Atlanta Hawks Event Guide

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What time do gates open prior to tipoff for a Hawks game?

Doors open approximately 1 hour before game time at Philips Arena. The Hawks play an exciting up-tempo style of basketball. This energy starts early and Philips Arena is one of the most comfortable arenas in the NBA, making it well worth it to arrive to the game early.

Where are good places to eat before a Hawks game?

The Varsity Downtown is the perfect place to eat before any sporting event in Atlanta. It has been serving Atlanta’s sports fans since 1928 and is as much about the experience as it is the food. Another great option is the food court at CNN Center. There are a number of great dining options inside, but we recommend trying Dantanna’s or McCormick & Schmick’s. If you are looking for something a little trendier try Lunacy Black Market. Lunacy is comfortable, has a very reasonably priced menu, and is truly a unique dining experience. Other good places that are close are Stats and The Flying Biscuit Café.

Where is the best place to park at Philips Arena?

Directly across the street from Philips is the Centennial Garage. Centennial is the closest and easiest place to park for a Hawks game. It usually costs between $10 and $20 to park at Centennial or the Philips Arena Lot just down the road. There are other parking options on the east side of Centennial Olympic Park Drive. Marta offers a public transportation option and has a few stations within walking distance of the arena.

Does my child need a ticket to go to a Hawks game?

Children over 24 months old require a ticket to enter the game. Don’t forget to bring proof of your child’s age to the gate to avoid any last minute hassles.

Atlanta Hawks Preview History

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2016 Atlanta Hawks Season Preview

The Atlanta Hawks came into the 2015-2016 season with high expectations after a 60-win season in 2014, but this season they finished the season 12 games short with a 48-34 record. The Hawks were able to get to the playoffs where they beat the Celtics in the first round but in the next round they were stopped by the Cavaliers. As Atlanta enters the 2016 season, they have lost 40 percent of their starting line-up with the departure of Al Horford and Jeff Teague. Dwight Howard has been brought in from Orlando and Dennis Schroder as a first round draft pick to fill the empty spots on the Hawks’ team. A lot of expectation has been put on Schroder to join Atlanta Hawks' veteran players, Kent Bazemore and Paul Milsap, and guide the team to another playoff spot.

2015 Atlanta Hawks Season Preview

The Atlanta Hawks defied all expectations a season ago, winning 60 games, earning the #1 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs, and advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals. Mike Budenholzer earned coach of the year honors, and the Hawks were one of the stories of the season. In most aspects the season was a resounding success for the Hawks, but with that have come increased expectations heading into 2015, as the Atlanta Hawks look to rebound from a 0-4 series sweep at the hands of the Cleveland Cavaliers. The 2015 Atlanta Hawks will feature a roster with many of the same faces as a year ago, with stars Al Horford, Kyle Korver, and Paul Millsap returning. But Atlanta will have to find replacement for the defensive prowess of DeMarre Carroll who left the Hawks in free agency. The acquisition of Thiago Splitter adds a team minded big man, who has experience winning titles. But will the Atlanta Hawks have enough to overcome the Cavaliers, and healthy Bulls and Heat teams looking to bring the NBA Championship back to the East? Only time will tell.

2014 Atlanta Hawks Season Preview

Even though the Atlanta Hawks finished the 2013-2014 NBA season below .500, the Hawks still had a successful year. Atlanta was the 8th seed in the Eastern Conference and surprised many by taking the number 1 seeded Indiana Pacers to 7 games. This success should give the Atlanta Hawks confidence going into the Hawks 2014-15 schedule. Atlanta will have to compete this season without guard Lou Williams, who is now with the Toronto Raptors. But key additions of Thabo Sefolosha and extremely talented rookie Adreian Payne have the Hawks primed to take the next step in the Eastern Conference. The Atlanta Hawks will once again turn to Al Horford to lead the charge, but he will have help from veterans Elton Brand, and sharpshooting Kyle Korver. Look for the Atlanta Hawks to be one of the toughest teams in the East and for them to be greatly improved on the defensive end of the court.

2013 Atlanta Hawks Season Preview

While the Hawks bowed out of the playoffs in the first round, they did win 44 games and claim a #6 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. GM Danny Ferry is building on that, but at the same time has allowed players to sign with other teams in business decisions he think will help both in the short and long term. They’ve added Elton Brand, Jared Cunningham, Royal Ivey and Paul Millsap in an attempt to bridge the gap left by Zaza Pachulia and Josh Smith. Long-time Spurs assistant Mike Budenholzer was brought it to be the new head coach to see if they can make 2013-14 a memorable season. Atlanta opens the season at Philips Arena on Nov. 1 against the Raptors before heading to L.A. for a game with Kobe and the Lakers two days later. Other key home games will be vs. New York on Nov. 16, vs. Indiana on Jan. 8 and vs. Lebron and the Heat on Jan. 20.

2012 Atlanta Hawks Season Preview

The Atlanta Hawks were one of the better teams in the Eastern Conference throughout the 2011-12 season, finishing with a 40-26 record and making the postseason for the fifth year in a row. Even when the Hawks pushed the Boston Celtics to a sixth game in their first round series, the front office saw that changes had to be made and the current roster needed an infusion of youth and talent on both sides of the court. Under the watch of new general manager Danny Ferry, the Hawks went through an extensive reformation period during the offseason that saw them purge large contracts and lay a solid foundation for the future. The Hawks' biggest move of the offseason was undoubtedly the trade of Joe Johnson, a cornerstone player for the franchise with a huge contract that was sent to Brooklyn and landed forward Anthony Morrow. The team also traded Marvin Williams for point guard Devin Harris, a move that should solidify the point guard position. The Hawks also picked up forward Kyle Korver and shooting guard Lou Williams, both moves which should improve the team's bench strength. In the draft, the Hawks landed shooting guard John Jenkins from Vanderbilt, which should solidify the team's scoring attack and can replace some of the production lost by the trade of Joe Johnson. Finally, the team picked up forward Mike Scott from Virginia, who should solidify the depth at the position. Looking ahead to the upcoming season, the Hawks will need to stay healthy underneath the basket where they have a fearsome duo of centers in Al Horford and Zaza Pachulia. Korver and Morrow are expected to see plenty of time at the small forward spot, while the power forward position is very strong with Joe Smith and Anthony Tolliver. Perhaps the biggest change comes at guard with Devin Harris expected to team with point guard Jeff Teague to become a very formidable tandem. With all of the moves the Hawks made in the offseason, it's hard for fans to say that they've improved considerably, but can take solace in the fact that the team may have taken a step backward to take a huge step forward. By ridding itself of bad contracts and getting younger and faster on offense and defense, the Hawks have all the makings of an up-and-coming team that could eventually become a major contender.

2011 Atlanta Hawks Season Preview

The Atlanta Hawks have been one of the up-and-coming teams in the NBA over the last several seasons, and they took another step forward last year after advancing to the second round of the playoffs. The Hawks return much of their starting talent from a year ago, and with a new coach at the helm, they are poised to recreate some of that same success. Atlanta has a solid starting five anchored by shooting guard Joe Johnson. Johnson averaged more than 21 points a game last season, and is surrounded by a talented supporting cast. Point guard Mike Bibby, center Al Horford and forward Josh Smith have all proven themselves as reliable players. Smith will likely anchor the defense, as he led the team with 2.1 blocks a game last season. A lot will be expected from Horford as well. The 6-foot-10 center averaged 9.9 rebounds and 14.2 points a game, and has the ability to dominate the paint. The Hawks are one of the youngest teams in the NBA, but they certainly have a great deal of potential. It would not be surprising to see them be among the leaders of the Eastern Conference come playoff time.

2010 Atlanta Hawks Season Preview

The Atlanta Hawks head into the 2009-2010 NBA season hoping to once again make the playoffs. The Hawks return plenty of talent and will be led by Mike Bibby, Joe Johnson and Josh Smith. If those three and Head Coach Mike Woodson get Atlanta headed in the right direction, then look out for the Hawks to make some noise in the Eastern Conference.

2009 Atlanta Hawks Season Preview

The Atlanta Hawks will be looking for the postseason again this season, after falling in seven games to the Celtics last year. Look for Al Horford, Acie Law and Mike Bibby to step it up a notch to put the Hawks in playoff range. Seeing an Atlanta Hawks game at Philips arena with its unconventional layout and modern amenities is a unique experience, and provides a great vantage point from which to watch this Atlanta Hawks team grow.

Atlanta Hawks News

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Atlanta Hawks News - 4/12/2017

The Atlanta Hawks have locked in the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference and will go to the quarterfinals against the Washington Wizards. The Hawks vs Wizards matchup will come to Atlanta for the game 3 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals; the average ticket price is currently at $46 while the ticket low is $24.

Atlanta Hawks News - 3/27/2017

The Hawks dropped three spots in the NBA Power Rankings after a seven-game losing streak. Their last game was an unexpected loss against the Nets who are in last place in the East. The Atlanta Hawks will have three games this week to come back from their losing streak as they play the Suns at home and the Sixers and Bulls on the road. The Hawks vs Suns matchup in Atlanta has an average ticket price of $33.

Atlanta Hawks News - 2/24/2017

The NBA Power Rankings brought up the Hawks this week to spots to No. 12 with wins against the Nuggets and Trail Blazers. The Atlanta Hawks still have a shot at the conference semis with 14 games left in the regular season. The Hawks will host the Heat Friday night at the Philips Arena; tickets for the game have an average price of $60 and a ticket low of $33.

Atlanta Hawks News - 2/6/2017

Last week, the No. 10 Hawks defeated the No. 4 Rockets with a 5-point lead and then went on to play the Magic where they dominated the game winning by 27 points. The Atlanta Hawks still saw a drop in the power rankings going from 13th to 15th. The Hawks schedule for this week has them playing two home games against the Jazz and Nuggets. Both games have an average ticket price in the $30 range for seats at the Philips Arena.

Atlanta Hawks News - 1/27/2017

The Hawks last game was against the Bulls and they had a comeback win after a ten-point deficit with 3 minutes left in the game. With 3-pointers from Tim Mardaway Jr, Paul Millsap and Dennis Schroder the Hawks closed the gap and won the game with a final score of 119-114. The Hawks have a home game tonight against the Wizards for their last game of the week. Tickets for the game can be bought for a low price of $15.

Atlanta Hawks News - 1/9/2017

The Atlanta Hawks are in their second six-game winning streak and maintained their No 12 spot in the NBA power rankings. Last week saw changes to the Hawks team with the Korver trade who is now going to the Cavaliers. For the trade, Atlanta acquired Mike Dunleavy, Mo Williams and a protected first-round pick in 2019. This week will see the Hawks travel to Brooklyn to play the Nets on Tuesday and then return home to host the Celtics on Friday. The matchup of Hawks vs Celtics has an average ticket price of $70.

Atlanta Hawks News - 1/3/2017

The Atlanta Hawks had a huge win against the Spurs, winning the close game with a final score of 114-112. After an 11-game losing streak against the Spurs, the Hawks were finally able to break it with their best win of the season with Paul Millsap and Tim Hardaway Jr. Both players scored 61 points between them and played a great offensive game. With a current 3-game winning streak the Hawks will be working to keep it going when they play the Magic, Pelicans and Mavericks this week.

Atlanta Hawks News - 12/13/2016

The Hawks were able to break their 7-game losing streak last week when they played against the Bucks and Magic. With the return of Paul Millsap from after he sat out of three games, he provided the team with a high standard of playing. The Atlanta Hawks will have two home games this week against the Magic and Hornets, but in-between will travel to Toronto to play the Raptors.

Atlanta Hawks News - 12/2/2016

The Hawks had a strong start to the NBA regular season with a 9-2 record but the losses are starting to catch up with them with their current 10-7 regular season record. The Atlanta Hawks currently are on a losing streak with 4 consecutive losses. The Hawks are hoping to turn this around when they play the Pistons at home and then travel to Toronto to compete against the Raptors for the last games of the week. Average ticket prices for the home game against the Pistons are currently at $40.

Atlanta Hawks News - 11/14/2016

The Atlanta Hawks had a great week of games last week, moving up three spots in the rankings from No. 8 to No. 5 and beating the undefeated Cavs on Tuesday. This was the first win for the Hawks over the last 12 matchups against the Cavaliers. Currently, the Hawks are on a 4-game winning streak as they come up on the next week of games against the Heat, Bucks, Hornets and Knicks. The only game played in Atlanta for the week will be on Wednesday against the Bucks; the game has an average ticket price of #30.