Late last month, we broke down the five most expensive Dallas Mavericks home games of the 2013-14 season. Now, we look at some more affordable Dallas Mavericks tickets and the five least expensive home games. As you all know, last year was a disappointing season for Dallas, are looking for a bounce back year and another trip to the playoffs. Ticket prices have also taken a step forward this season as Mavericks tickets have an average of $124.31, which is a 7.49% increase over last season’s average of $115.65. With that in mind, here are those five least expensive games:
1) 11/12/13 vs Washington Wizards | Avg Price: $52.08 | Get-in Price: $3
The Washington Wizards have struggled to open the season, but a guard battle between Ellis and Washington point guard John Wall could be exciting. The average price for this Tuesday night game is 58% below the regular season average.
2) 11/18/13 vs Philadelphia 76ers | Avg Price: $62.40 | Get-in Price: $3
The Philadelphia 76ers represent another team that might not be great, but could be very exciting to watch. So far, they’re 4-3 which is actually good enough to be tied for the 2nd best record in the east behind the 7-0 Indiana Pacers. This game features the third and seventh highest scoring teams per game in the league. the average ticket for this game is 49.8% below the average home ticket.
3) 11/25/13 vs Denver Nuggets | Avg Price: $76.47 | Get-in Price: $3
Many believed this would be a disappointing year for the Denver Nuggets and so far at 1-4 it’s turning out to be just that. The Nuggets visit the American Airlines Center for a Monday night game in late November. Tickets for this game are 38% below the 2013-14 home average and start at just $3.
4) 11/22/13 vs Utah Jazz | Avg Price: $82.45 |Get-in Price: $6
Only the Boston Celtics have scored less points per game this season than the 0-7 Utah Jazz. The starting price for this game is slightly higher than the other games at $6, but the average is still 33% below the season average.
5) 1/13/14 vs Orlando | Avg Price: $84.91 | Get-in Price: $3
The Orlando Magic are another team that won’t be great record wise, but will be fun to watch. 2013 No. 2 overall pick Victor Oladipo is already to starting to blossom as a pro player. Tickets against the Magic are 31% below the season average.
The demand for Mavericks tickets is high, but this gives fans an opportunity for Mavs fans to see the team at a lower than normal price.