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The Toronto Raptors have seen average NBA regular season ticket prices for their games significantly fluctuate over the last six years. The largest increase came during the 2014-2015 season with an increase of 92%, moving from an average ticket price of $26 to a $50 price the next season. Average Raptors ticket prices reached its lowest price during the 2011-2012 season with tickets averaging at $20, the next flowing two seasons saw small increases in price under $30. The average ticket price for Toronto Raptors regular season NBA tickets for 2016-2017 is currently at $60, which is a considerable increase of 71% from last season.

Toronto Raptors Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 10/28/2016)

How to Buy Toronto Raptors Tickets

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2017 Raptors Season Preview

One of the best tandems in the NBA is yes, back. DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry return to Toronto which alone should yield anywhere between 45 – 60 points per game. Serge Ibaka and CJ Miles will add some additional scoring for the Raptors, and Norman Powell and KJ McDaniels are physical specimens that will be a handful for most teams in the association. Now, the Toronto Raptors did part with DeMarre Carroll, Cory Joseph, Patrick Patterson and PJ Tucker. Not household names, but nice, complementary players which will hurt the depth of this squad. In fact, depth is probably the number one issue north of the border in Raptor country. This parting group has been replaced by an unproven, handful of young players. From a pure talent perspective, the Raptors are farther away from contending for a championship than they were a couple months back. With that said, expect the Raptors to be in the Playoffs again, more than likely the 5 seed, or in the neighborhood. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Toronto Raptors at Air Canada Centre or supporting the Raptors on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017-2018 Toronto Raptors tickets, including home and away games.

Toronto Raptors Basketball at Air Canada Centre

Address: 40 Bay St, Toronto, Ontario, M5J 2X2, Canada

The Raptors play their home games at the Air Canada Centre, located in Toronto, Ontario. When filled to capacity, the Air Canada Centre holds nearly 20 thousand screaming Raptor fans. Located in the heart of beautiful Toronto, the Air Canada Centre is also one of the only venues in professional sports with its own brewery on premises. The Toronto Raptors home bench is on the Air Canada Centre court side in front of section 118. Air Canada Centre parking information is covered in our Raptors event guide.

Air Canada Centre Seating Chart

Toronto Raptors Rivals

Raptors vs. Nets

The Raptors and Nets have met over 65 times in their history during the regular season with each team winning about half of the meetings. The two teams have also met once in the playoffs during the first round of the 2007 Eastern Conference playoffs. With Toronto and Brooklyn both playing in the same conference, this rivalry will only continue to get better in the years to come.

Raptors vs. Knicks

As division foes, the Raptors and the Knicks have faced off over 75 total times throughout the years. This rivalry peaked in the early 2000s when the two teams met in the playoffs in back-to-back seasons. Toronto and New York split the two playoff meetings which has been par for the course in this match-up as both teams have almost won the same amount of games in the overall series.

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

The Raptors are still searching for their first NBA and Eastern Conference championships since they entered in the NBA in 1995. The franchise peaked in 2007 when they won a division title. Many feel the organization in on the up-swing with the best years for this organization yet to come.

Toronto Raptors Event Guide

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What time do gates open prior to tipoff at a Raptors game?

Typically doors open 1 hour before game-time for the general public. On weeknights Gate 2 opens at 5:00 with the other gates opening 1 hour before the start of the game.

How can I buy cheap Toronto Raptors tickets?

TicketCity offers a big selection of Toronto Raptors tickets which include some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Raptors tickets fluctuate based on demand and opponent. Marquee Eastern Conference opponents, like the Brooklyn Nets, Miami Heat, Atlanta Hawks, 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 Raptors tickets near face value.

Where are good places to eat before a Raptors game?

Real Sports Bar is not far from AAC and is consistently voted one of the best sports bars in North America. We highly recommend getting to Real early as its reputation precedes it and often has long lines. If the lines are too long at Real, try Miller Tavern. It is only half a block from AAC and has some wonderful seafood options. If you are looking for an upscale dining experience try Harbour Sixty. Definitely on the high end of the price scale, but it makes for an unforgettable experience, and some of the best ribs you will find. There are a few great Italian places close to AAC, Rio Ranna’s Really Really Nice Restaurant, Pizzeria Liberetto, and Gusto 101 are all worth visiting. No Raptors eating guide would be complete without some traditional Canadian options. Try Joey Eaton Centre, 360 Restaurant, or Volo.

Where is the best place to park at The Air Canada Centre?

There are around 13,000 parking spaces accessible next to the Air Canada Centre and they run between $20 and $40. If you are looking to stay close to AAC, we recommend purchasing a parking pass with your ticket. There are a few city lots in the area, look for the green P parking signs. These lots are cheaper, usually between $12 and $16, but will be a farther walk. Union Rail Station is located next to AAC and is a great option for those looking to skip traffic and parking altogether.

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

Children 23 months or younger may enter The Air Canada Centre without a ticket and must sit in a parents lap for the duration of the game. Be prepared to show proof of your child’s age at the gate.

Can I buy Toronto Raptors season tickets?

Toronto 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 Raptors season tickets. Let us know if you want a particular section at The Air Canada Centre.

Where can I find the 2017-2018 Toronto Raptors schedule

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

Toronto Raptors Preview History

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2016 Toronto Raptors Season Preview

The Toronto Raptors had a breakthrough season last year as one of their most successful seasons in Raptors history with their first 50+ win season. The Raptors finished their season with 56 wins and 26 losses and made it to their first showing in the Eastern Conference Finals, where they squared off against the Cavaliers. As they enter the 2016-2017 season they lose Bismack Biymobo, a key player last season, but were prepared for this by maintaining their strong veteran roster as well as bring in Jared Sullinger and Jakob Poetl. With the exceptional backcourt duo of Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan returning to Toronto in 2016, they are looking to have another strong run in the Eastern Conference. Look for the Raptors to continue their rise as a strong NBA team and for Toronto to make the playoffs once again.

2015 Toronto Raptors Season Preview

The Toronto Raptors were one of the most dangerous teams in the Eastern Conference a season ago and enter 2015-16 looking for a deeper run in the Eastern Conference playoffs. The Raptors retain their dangerous backcourt duo of Kyle Lowery and DeMar DeRozan, who will continue to be the focal point for the dangerous Raptors perimeter offense. In the front court, Toronto will once again rely on the big body of Jonas Valanciunas, who averaged a double double a season ago. What has benefited the Raptors over the last few seasons is having a deep team, with the ability to score at all 5 positions. The 2015-16 Toronto Raptors will be no different, but expect Kyle Lowery to continue his upward trend into the upper echelons of NBA stardom.

2014 Toronto Raptors Season Preview

The Toronto Raptors were one of the biggest success stories of the 2013-14 NBA Season. After struggling early, the Raptors traded star Rudy Gay in a move that looked like the team was mailing in the season. But the trade ignited Toronto, creating new team leaders in DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry, who pushed the Raptors to the 3rd best record in the NBA’s Eastern Conference. The Toronto Raptors enter their 2014-15 NBA schedule with much of that same team intact. The biggest addition to the Toronto Raptors’ roster will likely be rookie Bruno Caboclo. The forward will add depth to the Raptors front court, and along with other new comer Lou Williams, should make an immediate impact in Toronto. The Toronto Raptors will still have one of the best defenses in the Eastern Conference and should be major players to win the NBA Atlantic Division.

2013 Toronto Raptors Season Preview

The addition of Rudy Gay last season has given Toronto the firepower they needed, now can they parlay that into a playoff run in 2014? Andrea Bargnani was sent to NY for Steve Novak and draft picks, while they also brought in poing guard D.J. Augustin and Tyler Hansbrough. Novak might solve the outside-shooting problem, and they’ll hope Gay, DeRozan and Kyle Lowry mesh well in their first full season together. The Raptors will certainly be exciting this season, but can they be consistent? The Raptors will open the season in the Deep South, taking on Atlanta on Nov. 1. Their first home game will be against Lebron James and the defending-champion Miami Heat at the Air Canada Centre on Nov. 5. Other key home games will be vs. Brooklyn on Nov. 26, vs. the Heat again on Nov. 29, and vs. the Knicks on Dec. 28.

2012 Toronto Raptors Season Preview

The Toronto Raptors started off the 2011-12 season with promise, but their year soon turned into one of the more forgetful in the team's history. The Raptors finished with a 23-43 record and ranked 11th in the Eastern Conference, continuing their playoff drought which has lasted since 2008. Hopes are high for second-year coach Dwane Casey, who brought a more tenacious form of defense and players slowly began to buy into his system. Over the course of the offseason, the Raptors made a series of trades to improve their team and believe that their draft could prove to be valuable to the long-term success of the franchise. The big departures from last year's squad include guard Jerryd Bayless who signed with the Memphis Grizzlies, and James Johnson who departed for the Sacramento Kings. In the draft, the Raptors picked up guard Terrence Ross and forwards Quincy Acy and Tomislav Zubcic. In free agency, the Raptors were bold with their transactions, signing Landry Fields to be the team's primary shooting guard. Last but not least, the team made one of the biggest trades of the offseason when they picked up All-Star point guard Kyle Lowry from the Rockets, who should provide a major ball-handling presence to the Raptors' front court. Lowry's arrival should help steady the team's point guard situation, with Jose Calderon moving to a change-of-pace guard which may be better for his style of play. At shooting guard, Terrence Ross will see plenty of playing time behind Fields. At center, the team's 2011 draft pick, Jose Valanciunas has great size for the position and will be backed up by Aaron Gray. The team also boasts a solid group of forwards, including Andrea Bargnani, Amir Johnson and DeMar DeRozen. Unfortunately for the Raptors, their stellar offseason comes at a time when the Atlantic division of the Eastern Conference is as strong as its been in years. The Celtics, Knicks, Sixers and Nets are all expected to be playoff-caliber, so the Raptors will have to be strong out of the gate to avoid dropping in the standings. Ultimately, the Raptors' 2012-13 season will come down to how well the new additions will gel with one another and whether or not the team's younger players can get up to speed as well. What Raptors fans can take confidence in is that their front office is building something good and is certainly well on its way to contending for a title.

2011 Toronto Raptors Season Preview

The Toronto Raptors lost their two best players in the offseason when Chris Bosh jumped ship to join the Miami Heat, and forward Hedo Turkoglu ended up with the Phoenix Suns. Their absence creates a significant void in scoring, and leaves head coach Jay Triano in a difficult position to try to return Toronto to the playoffs for the first time since 2007. Without a go-to scorer like Bosh, the Raptors will have to find someone new to provide the bulk of their offense. Point guards Jose Calderon and Jarrett Jack proved they could run the offense, but neither are reliable scorers. Perhaps the most credible option is 7-foot center Andrea Bargnani, who averaged 17.2 points a game last season. While Bargnani may be a solid scorer, his defense leaves much to be desired and so does the team as a whole. The Raptors were 27th in points allowed last season, giving up an average of 105.9 points per game. It's not easy to recover from the loss of two franchise players, and Toronto will likely struggle as they attempt to rebuild.

2010 Toronto Raptors Season Preview

The Toronto Raptors head into the 2009-2010 NBA season with a great chance to make the playoffs in the Eastern Conference. The talented Raptors lineup includes young stars Andrea Bargnani, Chris Bosh and Jose Calderon. If those three can mesh with younger Toronto players like DeMar DeRozan and Antoine Wright, then expect the Raptors to make some noise in the East.

2009 Toronto Raptors Season Preview

The Toronto Raptors are a team to watch this season in the NBA. The absence of TJ Ford will be remedied with the exciting presence of Jermaine O'Neal. O'Neal and Chris Bosh will make scoring look easy, and should pave the way for the remaining Raptor defenders to put the pressure on. The Raptors have their work cut out for them in a tough division that includes the New York Knicks, Boston Celtics, and Philadelphia 76ers. Go to a Toronto Raptors game at the Air Canada Center and you can expect to see a fast paced young team playing in front of one of the league’s most loyal crowds at a state of the art arena.

Toronto Raptors News

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Toronto Raptors News - 11/17/2017

A year after falling to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2016 Eastern Conference Finals, the Raptors were swept by those same Cavaliers in last year’s conference semifinals. This is a big year for head coach Dwayne Casey and stars Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan, who each got big extensions in the past two years. A team that is heavy on frontcourt depth will be relying on their two superstars each night to carry the team against top competition.

 

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