We’ve worked with the Nets to set aside discounted tickets for the Cavs vs Nets game in Brooklyn on Wednesday, October 25, 2017. Inventory has been reserved in specific sections to make sure everyone sits together no matter the price point chosen. Tickets are already discounted from face value; full breakdown below.
Everyone in NYC will want to see Lebron James, Kevin Love and the rest of your Cleveland Cavaliers put on a spectacle at the Barclays Center. Don’t miss your chance to snag cheap tickets plus the opportunity to sit with all your fellow Union Square Browns Backers of NYC and other CLE fans.
Update 10/24 – Deadline has passed. Ticket sales are now closed.
Section 214, Rows 6+
$69.30/seat — face value: $99
Section 212 + 213, Rows 1-2 (Cavs Side)
$87.50/seat — face value: $125
Section 10, Rows 17+ (behind Cavs bench)
$300/seat — currently going for $450 on StubHub
All-Access (Free food/non-alcoholic drinks at all fixed concession stands. Just show the ticket bar-code at the concession register)
We’ve highlighted our sections on the below seating chart. The Nets ticket office will be monitoring inventory — so as our allocated tickets get purchased, they will continuously add more to the portal.
Questions? Don’t see enough tickets available in the section you want? Contact Mark Shlyankevich from the Nets and he’ll help you out:
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