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The Heat average ticket prices for the NBA regular season game has fluctuated significantly over the last six years. The highest average price for tickets was during the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 seasons due to Miami Heat going all the way to the NBA Championship game in both seasons and earning the title win in 2013. These seasons saw average prices of $78 and $80 Heat games. The largest decrease came during the 2014-2015 season with the loss of LeBron James before the 2014-2015 season; prices saw a drop of 41%, moving from an average ticket price of $80 to a price of $47. The average price for the Miami Heat’s current regular season is at $50, a 23% decrease from the previous year.

Miami Heat Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 10/28/2016)

How to Buy Miami Heat Tickets

1. Scan through the 2018 Miami Heat Schedule and select the game that you would like to attend, or use the opponent or date filters beside the Miami Heat ticket listings to find the perfect matchup.

2. Click “Select” to reveal all available Miami Heat tickets, the American Airlines Arena interactive seating chart, ticket quantity, and ticket price filters. Use the ticket price filter, and ticket quantity filter to quickly refine your search to the available Miami Heat tickets that are in your price range. You can also utilize the “eTickets Only” filter to find all Miami Heat tickets that will be delivered electronically. The American Airlines Arena interactive map can be employed to reveal all tickets available for a preferred section. Select the perfect tickets and click “Go” to proceed to checkout.

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2018 Miami Heat Season Preview

When Goran Dragic arrived to Miami from the Suns everyone had high hopes. There were flashes last year, but the trade didn’t pan out as expected. It’s not that Dragic isn’t still Dragic, it’s just that he wasn’t his consistent self which Heat fans rightly expected. But the guy is still electric, and with Hassan Whiteside manning the paint, the Heat will continue to improve in a weak Eastern conference. Dion Waiters and James Johnson had breakout years last year, and Kelly Olynyk and Bam Adebayo featured strong summer league play. The Miami Heat will trot out an above average squad this year and if talent like Justise Winslow continues to develop, this team has the potential to be Top 3 to 4 in the East. Right now, the Heat look to be a 5 or 6 spot Playoff team. Boston and Cleveland will be the cream of the crop with Washington also clawing at their backs. Erik Spoelstra is one of the best in the game, and once he has the talent, he’s proven as such. Probably a year or so out from competing with the likes of Cleveland, but getting there. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena or supporting the Heat on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017-2018 Miami Heat tickets, including home and away games.

Miami Heat Basketball at American Airlines Arena

Address: 601 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, Florida 33132

The Heat play their home games at American Airlines Arena located in Miami, Florida. American Airlines Arena can hold 19,600 screaming Heat fans when filled to capacity. The arena features the Miami Media Mesh LED display on the outside of the stadium, the largest LED board of its kind in the country. The Miami Heat home bench is on the American Airlines Arena court side in front of sections 107-108. American Airlines Arena parking information is covered in our Heat event guide.

American Airlines Arena Seating Chart

Miami Heat Rivals

Heat vs. Celtics

The last few seasons this rivalry has intensified as both teams have met in the playoffs. With stars often filling both rosters, this matchup has become must see. Both franchises have taken turns dominating the NBA and with the many playoff meetings, the stakes are always at the highest when these two teams play.

Heat vs. Knicks

This rivalry intensified in the mid-90s when these two teams met in the playoffs four years in a row. Rated as one of the best rivalries in the NBA, this matchup has been highlighted by physical play and an intensity level that is hard to match. The bad blood started when head coach Pat Riley joined the Heat after leading the Knicks for many seasons.

If you like two teams and fan bases that hate each other, then this is the matchup for you. This rivalry has been about physical play and often times playing after the whistle has been blown. This rivalry has picked up steam in recent seasons and will only continue to get better in the years to come.

Heat vs. Magic

As state rivals, it is only natural for these two teams to not get along. With over 95 games played including a playoff matchup, this rivalry continues to get better and is often filled with intense and physical play games. With icon Shaquille O'Neal playing for both franchises throughout his career, the connection between these two teams stretch farther than just playing in the same state.

Though the Heat and Bulls have been fighting for Eastern Conference supremacy since the early '90s, the rivalry has just recently began to peak. Becoming a consistent match up in the playoffs, the Miami Chicago rivalry is often an extremely physical game leading to trash-talk and in multiple occasions an ejection or two.

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

The Heat have been around since 1988 and have established themselves as one of the premier franchises in the NBA. Miami has 9+ division titles including a run of four straight from 1997-2000. With multiple conference and NBA championships, the Heat will only continue to add to a number that has put them in the discussion of top organization in the league.

Miami Heat Event Guide

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

Doors at American Airlines Arena open to the general public an hour before tipoff. The Heat are known for having one of the flashiest and most entertaining pre-game warmups in the league. It is not uncommon for there to be impromptu rain dances, extravagant handshakes, and of course unbelievable dunks that are worth getting there early to see.

How can I buy cheap Miami Heat tickets?

TicketCity offers a big selection of Miami Heat tickets which include some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Heat tickets fluctuate based on demand and opponent. Marquee Eastern Conference opponents, like the Boston Celtics, Chicago Bulls, Indiana Pacers, and New York Knicks can drive up home game prices. While cheap tickets are more plentiful for non-conference opponents. Those early season games may offer best opportunity to purchase Heat tickets near face value.

Where are some good places to eat prior to the game?

Some of the best food in all of Florida is within walking distance of American Airlines Arena. If you are a barbeque junkie we recommend taking the short walk from the arena to Sparky's Roadside Barbeque. For all of the "foodies" out there check out Michael's Genuine Food and Drink. Michael's is one of those places where you want to try everything on the menu, but you may want to have a reservation, as it is known to have a wait. No Miami food recommendation is complete without Cuban food. El Mago De Las Fritos, Morro Castle, and La Rosa Restaurant are all within 6 miles of the arena and worth checking out.

Where can I find the 2017-2018 Miami Heat schedule?

The Heat 2017-2018 schedule is listed as soon as it is announced by the NBA. The Heat play in the Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference, which means games against the Atlanta Hawks, Washington Wizards, Charlotte Bobcats, and Orlando Magic. Game times are announced by the NBA as soon as the TV schedule is set. If you are looking for Heat news or scores, then visit our partners at CBS Sports. They are also a good source for the official Miami Heat team roster.

Where is the best place to park at American Airlines Arena?

Because the arena backs up to the water, it reduces the area of entry and exit (unless you are heading to Miami Beach). If you are looking to forgo the hassle of driving, the MetroRail is a great option. From 7:30 to midnight trains typically run every 30 minutes and are full of enthusiastic Heat fans. If you are going to drive, there are parking lots from Biscayne Blvd. to Miami Ave. with parking passes getting you entry into the most convenient. Whichever method of travel you choose, it is always best to arrive early.

Can I buy Miami Heat season tickets?

Miami season tickets are available to buy until tipoff of their home opener. Check our listings above or call us if you would like to purchase Heat season tickets. Let us know if you want a particular section at American Airlines Arena.

Does my child need a ticket to attend the game?

Any child under the age of 2 gets into the game for free; it is recommended that you bring proof of the child's age to expedite the process. This Miami Heat team is among the all-time greats and getting to see them in person will be an experience that a child of any age will be able to tell their kids about.

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Miami Heat Preview History

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2016 Miami Heat Season Preview

The Miami Heat finished their 2015-2016 season as No. 3 in the Eastern Conference with a 48-34 regular season and the champions of the Southeast Division for the 12th time in franchise history. Like in 2015, the Miami Heat will be starting the 2016-2017 season with some uncertainty as star player Dwayne Wade decided to leave the Heat to play for the Chicago Bulls as well as the status of Chris Bosh’s health still under question on when he will be able to return to the game. The younger and re-invented Miami heat will have some obstacles to overcome but players Stefan Jankovic and Hassan Whiteside bring hope to the franchise.

2015 Miami Heat Season Preview

After four straight trips to the NBA finals, the Miami Heat said goodbye to LeBron James, and the playoffs last season. The Heat were ravaged by injuries and finished under .500 for the first time since 2008. But the Heat come back in 2015 with one of the most talented rosters in the NBA, and are healthy for the first time in 2 years. Miami is expected to start 3 perenial all-stars in Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, and Luol Deng, with talented reserve players Amar’e Stoudemire, Mario Chalmers, and Udonis Haslem coming off the bench. The Miami Heat will have to learn to win late in the season, without relying on LeBron James, something that they were unable to do a season ago. But if the Heat, specifically Dwyane Wade, can stay healthy, the sky is the limit for the 2015 Heat season.

2014 Miami Heat Season Preview

The Miami Heat finished the 2013 NBA season in bittersweet fashion. The 2-time defending champion Heat won the Eastern Conference finals for a 4th straight season. But the Heat showed the fatigue of appearing in 4 straight NBA Finals and were quickly dismantled by a San Antonio Spurs team hitting on all cylinders. Following the season LeBron James announced that he would be leaving the Miami Heat, putting an end to the “big 3” era in South Beach. Despite the loss of one of the best players in the history of the game, the Miami Heat are still one of the strongest contenders in the Eastern Conference in 2014. The Heat added veterans Luol Deng, Danny Granger, and Josh McRoberts who drastically improve the Heat’s depth. Miami also picked up Shabazz Napier in the draft who has the possibility to step in right away in the Heat’s backcourt. Look for Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh to take a much greater roll on the offensive side of the glass and for Wade to play increased minutes from last year. While they might not be a lock for the finals like the last 4 season, the Miami Heat have a chance to spread the load around to an improved all-around team in 2014.

2013 Miami Heat Season Preview

The Miami Heat won their second consecutive NBA championship, beating the Spurs in seven games after a miraculous Ray Allen three-pointer saved them in Game 6. The team kept all the main pieces in place in the off-season, with Mike Miller being the most used player that left the team. The Heat added Greg Oden, Michael Beasley and Roger Mason Jr. to a team that is poised to get that 3-peat. Many point to age as a contributing factor to a possible demise, but while Dwayne Wade is another year older, the offseason has rid him of nagging injuries and the Heat believe he will be a star contributor. The champions will open the season against a Brooklyn team that added Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce on Nov. 1 at the Barclays Center. The first home game at American Airlines Arena will be Nov. 3 against Washington. Other key home games will be vs. Indiana on Dec. 18, vs. the Lakers on Christmas Day, and a finals rematch against the San Antonio Spurs on Jan. 26.

2012 Miami Heat Season Preview

Year one in the Dream Team project came thisclose to achieving its goal of winning the NBA Championship off the bat. However, the Dallas Mavericks prevented the Miami Heat from realizing that dream and won the 2010 11 title. Now the core of the super team—LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh—are back and hungry for another shot at the title. While their supporting cast is to be determined—between Mike Miller’s injuries and possible retirements, it’s hard to gauge—the fact remains that with a year of playing together under their collective belts, the Miami Heat’s second chapter might end with a sweet resolution that might just be the start of a prolonged title run.

2011 Miami Heat Season Preview

The Memphis Grizzlies were among the worst teams in the NBA from 2006 to 2009, when they didn't win more than 24 games in a season. They turned it around last year, winning 40 games and narrowly missing out on the playoffs. Now, the Grizzlies look to take that momentum into their first postseason appearance since 2005. Memphis is anchored by a solid group of young players who should be able to lead the time in the years to come. Rudy Gay has established himself as one of the premiere scorers in the league throughout his first three seasons, and if he can be more consistent he may be able to take the Grizzlies far. In addition to Gay, O.J. Mayo has proven he can be counted on to step up, and Mike Conley has displayed a knack for running the Memphis offense. During the offseason, the Grizzlies also added some key role players, including former Boston Celtics swingman Tony Allen. They also improved their bench by drafting Xavier Henry from Kansas and former Maryland star Greivis Vasquez.

2010 Miami Heat Season Preview

The Miami Heat head into the 2009-2010 NBA season hoping their young Head Coach, Erik Spoelstra, can work some magic to get the Heat back to the NBA Finals. Miami's roster has the talent to be a frontrunner in the Eastern Conference, including perennial all-star Dwayne Wade, scorer Quentin Richardson and big man Jermaine O'Neal. If Wade can stay healthy then he can put the Heat team on his back and carry them to a top seed in the Eastern Conference.

2009 Miami Heat Season Preview

The Miami Heat are easily one of the most exciting teams to watch in the NBA today. Dwayne Wade, who averaged over 17 points per 18 minutes of play for Team USA during the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics, will be returning to the Heat in proper form. With an NBA title under their belt from 2006, the future looks bright for the team. Fans will fill the American Airlines Arena to see how the Heat bounce back from last year's dissapointing season, and whether the team will make a run for the top of the Eastern Conference and another shot at an NBA Championship.

Miami Heat News

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Miami Heat News - 11/17/2017

After missing out on Gordon Hayward in free agency, the Heat decided to keep their core intact by re-signing James Johnson and Dion Waiters, who had breakout seasons last year. The biggest addition was Kelly Olynyk, who had a great run in the playoffs and should help stretch the floor for Miami as they build around Hassan Whiteside.

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