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The Knicks average ticket price for regular season NBA games has fluctuated consistently over the last six seasons. The largest decrease came during the 2012-13 season with a drop of 35%, moving from the high average of $198 to a $129 ticket price. Average Knicks ticket prices bottomed out significantly between 2011-2016, hitting a low of $73 in 2014 and then increasing consistently in the following years. The average ticket price for New York Knicks regular season tickets for 2016 is currently at $125, the highest ticket price since the 2012-13 season.

New York Knicks Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 10/28/2016)

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2018 Knicks Season Preview

This was a frightening offseason for the Knicks. Kristaps Porzingis was not a happy camper, and in Knicks’ land, this camper is about all you have. Potential, future point guard Frank Ntilikina was picked up in the draft, an elite scorer with a high upside, but still unproven. Derrick Rose was shipped to Cleveland which is probably a bit of a relief. Tim Hardaway Jr. is back on a crazy four-year contract that only the Knicks can pull off, especially considering this guy is an 11 point per game scorer who makes only 35 percent of his threes. Now, he is 25, but this contract is going to seriously hamper New York’s spending over the coming years. If Kristaps takes another big leap the playoffs are likely for the New York Knicks. Other than that, asset stacking time in New York. Another frustrating year. Whether you are planning on cheering on the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden or supporting the Knicks on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017-2018 NY Knicks tickets, including home and away games.

New York Knicks Basketball at Madison Square Garden

Address: 4 Pennsylvania Plaza, New York, New York, 10001

The Knicks play their home games at Madison Square Garden, located in New York, New York. Noted as the world's most famous arena, "MSG" holds almost 20,000 screaming Knicks fans when filled to capacity. At the end of a massive renovation project, The Garden's hallways are lined with memorable moments in the arena's illustrious history. The New York Knicks home bench is on the MSG court side in front of section 6. Madison Square Garden parking information is covered in our Knicks event guide.

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New York Knicks Rivals

As two of the three remaining teams from the original 1946 NBA, this rivalry has more history than any other in the league. With over 445 regular season matchups and another 65+ playoff meetings, these two iconic franchises have seen it all when they meet up. A rivalry that is built off mutual respect, this matchup will only continue to add to the impressive history in the years to come.

With close proximity between the two teams when the Nets played in New Jersey, this rivalry became one of the more intense matchups in the NBA. With the Nets moving closer to Brooklyn, this rivalry will only take off. Bragging rights and hostility between the fan bases has been a staple of this matchup and that will only continue with both franchises battling for New York supremacy.

Knicks vs. Bulls

These two teams have met every season since 1966, but evolved into one of the top rivalries in the NBA in the late 1980s and early 1990s when both teams competed for an NBA title on a regular basis. The two teams often met in the playoffs during that stretch and with iconic players like Michael Jordan and Patrick Ewing gracing the court, it was no surprise that this became one of the better rivalries. This rivalry has picked up steam in recent years with both teams having success again.

Knicks vs. Heat

A rivalry that has been built on physical play, this matchup has been a staple in the NBA. With four consecutive playoff meetings in the mid-90s, the stakes are often at its highest when these two teams play. This rivalry intensified when legendary head coach Pat Riley became the leader of the Heat after serving in the same role with the Knicks for many seasons.

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

The Knicks are one of the more legendary franchises in NBA history. As a member of the league for over 60 years and playing in an iconic arena like Madison Square Garden, it is hard to find many organizations that match the history of the Knicks. New York has won multiple NBA championships to go along with their 7+ conference championships.

New York Knicks Event Guide

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

Gates at Madison Square Garden open to the general public an hour before tipoff. MSG is one of the most iconic sporting venues in the entire country and seats are filled with celebrities, politicians, dignitaries, and die-hard Knicks fans. Seeing a game here is equal parts sporting event and spectacle and is one of the few places that it is well worth it to arrive even before the doors are set to open.

How can I buy cheap New York Knicks tickets?

TicketCity offers a big selection of New York Knicks tickets which include some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Knicks tickets fluctuate based on demand and opponent. Marquee Eastern Conference opponents, like the Miami Heat, Boston Celtics Chicago Bulls, and Brooklyn Nets 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 Knicks tickets near face value.

Where are good places to eat before a Knicks game?

Asking where good places to eat in New York City are is like asking where leaves grow on trees. If you are looking for the quintessential American food, try Shake Shack just a few blocks away. Penn 6 is very close and perfect for sports fans that are also foodies, as they have a sophisticated menu and plenty of flat screens to watch the pre-game hype. New York is known for its pizza, New York Pizza Suprema is close to MSG and worth visiting. Don't be afraid to try some street vendors, or just walk into a restaurant nearby, its New York City, chances are you won't be disappointed.

Where can I find the 2017-2018 New York Knicks schedule?

The Knicks 2017-2018 schedule is listed as soon as it is announced by the NBA. The Knicks play in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference, which means games against the Boston Celtics, Brooklyn Nets, Philadelphia 76ers, and Toronto Raptors. Game times are announced by the NBA as soon as the TV schedule is set. New York’s home opener is typically one of the most popular games. If you are looking for Knicks news or scores, then visit our partners at CBS Sports. They are also a good source for the official New York Knicks team roster.

Where is the best way to get to Madison Square Garden?

The thing about parking at MSG is that there isn't any; don't drive. The arena sits on top of Penn Station giving you the perfect (and only legitimate) the subway. There are some parking garages in the area not associated with MSG, but you have to have an expensive pre-paid pass, fight through NYC traffic both ways, and it is really much more trouble than it is worth. Take the subway, start some cheers with the other Knicks fans, and have a great time.

What are the best concessions at Madison Square Garden?

This is a unique arena in that eating food at the game is a must. There are the typical hot dog, nachos, and comfort foods that you cannot go wrong with. But we recommend trying some of the specialties. Hill Country has a barbeque stand inside that is so good it is worth spilling a little sauce on your Knicks jersey just to have a taste. Daily Burger is another stand that is worth visiting and is among the best burgers you can eat at a sporting event. Sausage Boss and The Ainsworth Pub are also worth checking out.

Can I buy New York Knicks season tickets?

New York 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 Knicks season tickets. Let us know if you want a particular section at Madison Square Garden.

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New York Knicks Preview History

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2016 New York Knicks Season Preview

The expectations for the New York Knicks were not high coming into last season. In Phil Jackson's third year as the Knicks general manager. improvements were made as they moved from 5th to 3rd in the Atlantic division. Coming into the 2016-2017 season, there have been many roster changes through free agency and trades of strong players. The New York Knicks have brought in point guard Derrick Rose and center Joakim Noah from the Bulls to contribute to a new look for their starting lineup. Both Rose and Noah are expected to take the Knicks into the playoffs if they can stay healthy even though they have experienced recent injuries. Returning starters Carmelo Anthony and Kristaps Porzingis will also be a crucial part when combined with the new roster additions. Phil Jackson has said that for a successful 2016-2017 season the Knicks’ team will need to unite after all these changes and play as a team, not as individuals.

2015 New York Knicks Season Preview

Year two on Phil Jackson’s revamp of the New York Knicks saw the team fall to their worst record in franchise history. The Knicks struggled in every aspect of the game, and only pulled in 17 total wins. The 2015-16 New York Knicks will be an entirely new team. Carmelo Anthony is back and healthy, and will play alongside highly touted rookie Kristaps Porzingis. The duo of Anthony and Porzingis, when combined with newly signed center Robin Lopez, should be one of the most dangerous front courts in the NBA. The Knicks also brought in shooting guards Arron Afflalo, and Sasha Vujacic to give Jose Calderon an outside shooting threat to dish the ball to. It is hard to put a finger on how good the 2015-16 New York Knicks will be, but it is hard to see them in the basement of the Eastern Conference this season. Look for the New York Knicks to compete for the Eastern Conference playoffs late in the season.

2014 New York Knicks Season Preview

A year after winning over 50 games and a solid playoff appearance in 2012-2013, the New York Knicks came into the 2013 NBA season looking capable of making a run at the Eastern Conference Finals and the NBA Finals. But the wheels fell off early and the Knicks finished the season in 9th place in the Eastern Conference, outside of the playoff picture. In steps basketball legend Phil Jackson as president of basketball operations for the Knicks. Jackson quickly installed one of his protégés Derek Fisher as the head coach and has made major roster changes. Gone from the New York Knicks 2014 roster are frustrating players Raymond Felton and Tyson Chandler. In their place will be Jose Calderon and Samuel Dalembert as well as talented rooky Cleanthony Early. Returning stars J.R. Smith and Amar’e Stoudemire will attempt to bounce back after frustrating seasons last year. But once again it looks like the weight of the New York Knicks chances will fall on Carmelo Anthony’s shoulders. Anytime Carmelo is on the court the Knicks have a chance to win and the Knicks will be a serious threat to make the playoffs once again.

2013 New York Knicks Season Preview

A #2 playoff seed behind solid outside shooting turned into a disappointing exit when the shots stopped falling, but the New York Knicks are sure they can contend for an Eastern Conference championship once again in 2013. New York added Andrea Bargnani, Metta World Peace, Cole Aldrich and Beno Udrih to a team that won 54 games in the 2012-13 season, and while they gave up a lot in the trade to get Bargnani, the big man will give Carmelo an inside presence they’ve been lacking with Amar’e Stoudemire constantly injured. The Knicks will open the season at Madison Square Garden on Nov. 3, with the Minnesota Timberwolves coming to the Big Apple. Other key home games will be vs. San Antonio on Nov. 10, vs. the Bulls on Dec. 11, and vs. Brooklyn on Jan. 20 that now includes Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce.

2012 New York Knicks Season Preview

A year removed from one of the tensest trade negotiations in NBA history (and possibly what locked in the owners to the lockout), Carmelo Anthony will start his first full year as a New York Knick alongside Amar’e Stoudemire and the newly signed Tyson Chandler. Last year ended with a six seed and first round exit in the playoffs, but with fellow first full year Knick Chauncy Billups leading the charge at the point, Anthony and Stoudemire will look to whip the Garden faithful into a frenzy in 2012 that will take them further into the playoffs.

2011 New York Knicks Season Preview

The New York Knicks put a lot of emphasis in getting LeBron James this offseason, and while they did not land the coveted free agent prize, they still made several moves that could put them back in the playoff picture for the first time since 2003. The signing of Amare Stoudemire was one of the biggest moves of the offseason, and provides New York with one of the most talented scorers in the league. Although his consistency is sometimes questioned, his athleticism and 6-foot-10 frame give him tremendous potential. In addition to a premiere scorer, the Knicks also have a surprising amount of depth. Raymond Felton, Toney Douglas, Wilson Chandler and Landry Fields are all reliable defenders and can be called on to score if need be. Coach Mike D'Antoni will have to focus on improving his team's rebounding this year. They ranked 23rd in the league in rebounds last season, and will rely heavily on Anthony Randolph and Stoudemire to grab a larger number of boards. The Knicks have been in rebuilding mode for a long time, and fans are beginning to get impatient, but the pieces are in place for New York to be competitive in the East once again.

2010 New York Knicks Season Preview

New York Knicks fans have to be excited about the upcoming 2009-2010 NBA season because their team has the feeling of a future contender. Head Coach Mike D'Antoni has brought some excitement back to the Garden with his brand of up tempo basketball that has New York scores baskets in bunches. If the Knicks get a solid season out of Al Harrington, David Lee and Nate Robinson then New York could steal a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.

2009 New York Knicks Season Preview

The Knicks have some talent on the roster this year, but it will be up to the unselfishness of the team to see them really thrive. Coach Mike D'Antoni will have to work with Zach Randolph and Eddy Curry to make sure his offense is able to support itself with passing under heavy man-to-man defense. This basketball team has the potential to do great things, as long as they do them together. Be watching this Knicks team this year, as they could make a serious push for the playoffs.

New York Knicks News

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New York Knicks News -11/16/2017

Carmelo Anthony’s six-and-a-half year run with his hometown Knicks came to an end just before the 2017 season kicked off, meaning this is officially Kristaps Porzingis’s team now. The third-year player made a big leap from Year 1 to Year 2, likely convincing Knicks’ brass that it was time to move on from Anthony. The team added the youngest player in the 2017 Draft – Frank Ntilikina – to bring competition to a lacking point guard position, and an intriguing mixture of young players in free agency and via trade as they look to the future.

New York Knicks Seating Recommendation

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Floor 6

There is no experience at MSG better than floor seats, we recommend Floor 6. There is something emotional about stepping down onto the floor level at a venue like Madison Square Garden, and these seats are impossibly close to the action. Section 6 is just behind the Knicks bench, close enough to hear the players and coaches talk throughout the game. These seats are frequented by celebrities, and experiencing the views from this section are unforgettable.

Floor 6

Chase Bridge 313

Fans interested in a truly unique experience at MSG, should look at Chase Bridge Section 313. Located on the 10th floor of MSG, the Chase Bridge is suspended from the roof and hangs over seats in the 200 level. No other arena has an experience comparable to the Chase Bridge, and the seats offer expansive views of the entire court. Section 313 is positioned at center court and only has 3 rows, giving fans an intimate viewing experience typically reserved for suites, at a much more affordable price.

Chase Bridge 313

Floor 7

If you are looking for great seats, but are on a budget, check out the floor sections behind the baskets, our favorite is Floor 7. These sections offer unbelievable views of half the court, at only a fraction of the cost of floor seats along the sidelines. Floor 7 is close to the Knicks bench, and has great exposure to the Knicks players and coaches. These seats are comparable in price to corner seats in the 100 level, but give fans the unforgettable experience of being within feet of the basket.

Floor 7
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