The Magic’s average ticket price over the last six NBA regular season games has fluctuated significantly. The largest increase came during the 2013-2014 season with a rise of 162%, moving from an average ticket price of $13 in 2012-13 to an average price of $34. Average Orlando Magic ticket prices experienced no change with a flat rate in 2014 and 2015 season at a $30 ticket price. The ticket price average for Orlando’s current NBA regular season is at $58, which is a 93% increase from the previous year and the highest ticket price compared to the last 5 seasons.
(Data updated 10/28/2016)
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2016 Magic Season Preview
The Orlando Magic finished last season with a 35-17 record, which was a 10 game improvement from the previous season. Even with improvements, the Magic once again missed the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season. Orlando has taken a hard hit coming into the 2016-2017 season with the loss of Victor Oladipo, one of their most skilled players. Nikola Vucevic and Aaron Gordon will be returning to the Orlando Magic as strong players and with the addition of Bismack Biyombo the Magic should increase their toughness on the court. Frank Vogel comes in as Orlando Magic’s fourth head coach in the past 18 months and plans to put his focus on building a strong defense this year. Come to TicketCity to check out the Orlando Magic’s 2016 schedule and for some of the best deals on home and away Magic tickets.
Orlando Magic Basketball at Amway Center Address: 400 W Church St #200, Orlando, Florida, 32801
The Magic play their home games at the Amway Center, located in Orlando, Florida. When filled to capacity, the Amway Center holds more than 18 thousand screaming Magic fans. While in Orlando check out the Orlando Magic Fan Fest, where the excitement of the game spills out into the city. The Orlando Magic home bench is on the Amway Center court side in front of sections 106-107. Amway Center parking information is covered in our Magic event guide.
Magic vs. Heat
It is only natural for two teams to be rivals that play in the same state. This rivalry increased when former Magic star Shaquille O'Neal joined the Heat and won a championship. The rivalry continued when former Heat assistant Stan Van Gundy became the head coach of the Magic. As for the games themselves, the contests are often intense and physical which makes this one of the better rivalries in the NBA.
Magic vs. Pistons
This rivalry was established because of a stretch of playoff meetings between the two teams over the years. The Pistons have held the upper hand in this matchup and with over 80 meetings, the games have always been hard fought and close. With both teams in the Eastern Conference, this rivalry will only continue to grow in the upcoming seasons.
Magic in the NBA Finals, Eastern Conference Championships and NBA Playoffs
With multiple Eastern Conference Championships and over 4 division titles, the Orlando Magic have established themselves as a successful franchise and will only continue to add to their totals in the years to come. The Magic have featured league stars such as Shaquille O'Neal and Dwight Howard since the franchise started in 1989.
2015 Orlando Magic Season Preview
The Orlando Magic struggled again last season, failing to make the Eastern Conference playoffs for the 3rd consecutive season. The 2015-16 Orlando Magic will feature a new head coach, with veteran coach Scott Skiles coming in to try and rout the ship in Orlando. The Magic drafted talented shooting guard/forward Mario Hezonja, who was one of the biggest international stars to enter the draft. Orlando will hope to use the 2015-16 season to condition their young stars, including Shabazz Napier, and build for the future. Skiles has a long history of leading successful NBA teams, and should see a drastic change in the style of play of the Magic this season.
2014 Orlando Magic Season Preview
Last season the Orlando Magic improved from their league worst season in the 2012-13 NBA season, but still finished far outside the playoff race in 2013. Again the question dogging the Magic was who will be the team’s next superstar after Dwight Howard? The Orlando Magic did little to address this question in the off-season. No big name acquisition was made, though the Magic’s roster looks considerably different in 2014. There is much hope that rookie power forward Aaron Gordon will evolve into an elite player, and guard Seth Curry has the pedigree to turn into a solid player for Orlando. Center Nikola Vucevic looks to continue his growth into one of the best centers in the NBA Eastern Conference and veteran Ben Gordon comes to Orlando with a ton of experience. Look for the Orlando Magic to be a much tougher team in 2014-15, but possibly 1 superstar away from a playoff appearance.
2013 Orlando Magic Season Preview
The Magic had the season they expected to have in 2012-13, finishing in last place in the Eastern Conference and winning only 20 games – lowest in the NBA. They’ve now embraced a youth movement, letting go of Al Harrington, JJ Redick and Beno Udrih while beginning to build the team around #2 overall pick Victor Oladipo. Arron Afflalo and Jameer Nelson are the veteran presence on the court, while Jacque Vaughn hopes to prove he was the man for the job sooner rather than later. The Magic open up the season at the Amway Center against the Pelicans on Nov. 1, and will also play Brooklyn, the Clippers and Boston before their first away game in Atlanta. Other key home games will be vs. the defending-champion Miami Heat on Nov. 20, vs. San Antonio on Nov. 29, and then the Heat once again on Jan. 4.
2011 Orlando Magic Season Preview
The Orlando Magic looked like a team destined to make it to the NBA Finals last year, but after cruising through the first two rounds of the playoffs they were ousted in the Eastern Conference Finals by a determined Boston Celtics team. The Magic return much of the star power that carried them last year and look poised to make another run at the title. The Magic focus their team around their All Star center Dwight Howard. The 6-foot-11 Howard is a force on both offense and defense, and should be among the best players in the league. Orlando also has a bevy of talented players around Howard, including dynamic guard Jameer Nelson, and the electric Vince Carter. Quentin Richardson and J.J. Redick are both capable scores as well. While they are certainly a deep team, they will need to improve on last season. They have a lot of reliable defenders, but outside of Howard they have no go-to scorer, and with a loaded Miami Heat team an improved Celtics squad, they will need it. If they can get more out of Carter or Richardson they may be able to challenge Boston and Miami.
2010 Orlando Magic Season Preview
The Orlando Magic head into the 2009-2010 season focused on getting back to the NBA Finals and winning a championship. Magic Head Coach Stan Van Gundy got his team to the NBA Finals last season, but they lost to the Los Angeles Lakers. To help their cause this year the Magic traded to get Vince Carter. Carter will join Dwight Howard and Rashard Lewis to form one of the best trios in the entire NBA.
2009 Orlando Magic Season Preview
The Orlando Magic is going to be an exciting team to watch in 2008-2009. With powerhouse Dwight Howard and newcomer Rashard Lewis, the Magic will be making some aggresive points this season. Also, if the Magic sees some needed improvement in Jameer Nelson, it is probable this team will make a deep playoff run. This season might just be the breakout season for the Magic, putting the team back to the glory days of Penny Hardaway and Shaquille O’Neal in the 1990’s. Watch as the Orlando Magic and coach Stan Van Gundy bring this team to playoff contention. A basketball game at the Orlando Magic Arena in Orlando this season will expose you to one of the NBA's bright young teams led by one of its best coaches, fighting to regain their past status as one of the best Eastern Conference teams.
Orlando Magic News - 11/22/2016
The Magic have seen a change in their starting lineup with Jeff Green replacing Aaron Gordon at the small forward position. The Orlando Magic will play the rest of their games this week at home against the Suns, Wizards and Bucks All average ticket prices for their games this week fall under $45. The Magic will be looking to improve their 6-7 regular season record and improve their No. 20 power ranking spot.
Orlando Magic News - 11/8/2016
This week the Orlando Magic climb three spots in the NBA rankings from No. 29 to No. 21. The rise of the Magic in the rankings is due to the 3-0 record from last week, but the winning streak ended after playing the Bulls on Monday. The rest of the week for the Magic will see them play the Timberwolves and Jazz at home and go on the road for the Thunder matchup. All average ticket prices for these games are under the affordable $45 price.