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Spurs secondary market ticket prices drop for third straight year

Attending a Spurs game this season won't be as pricey.

SAN ANTONIO — Attending a Spurs game this season won't cost as much as in years past.

For the third-straight season, the tickets to attend a Spurs game dropped on the secondary market according to TicketiQ.

Spurs ticket prices saw an -8% drop joining the Rockets and Clippers as the only teams in the league that saw a price drop on the secondary market.

Credit: TicketiQ

Currently, Spurs ticket prices are $163 on average on the secondary market according to TicketiQ

Overall, the average price of NBA tickets for the 2021 season is $211, which is 37% higher than 2019-20. 

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Since 2011-12, NBA ticket prices on the secondary market are up 69%.

Going to a Spurs game is certainly fun and worth the ticket cost. Aside from the action on the court, this season the AT&T Center will feature new food items for all fans to enjoy.

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What do you think Spurs fans? How much do you spend to attend a game at the AT&T Center?

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