Hot off the presses from the Miami Heat, full schedule will be posted up shortly:
MIAMI – With the Miami HEAT sold out of its existing season ticket inventory for the 2011-12 season, the team has announced it will officially unveil its 2011-12 All You Can HEAT Partial Ticket Plan today at 8:30 p.m., exclusively on HEAT.com. The All You Can HEAT Partial Ticket Plan is entirely customizable and based on an "a la carte" philosophy so that fans can select 10 games of their choice. All seating inventory for the All You Can HEAT Partial Ticket Plan is located in Uptown’s 400 Level, and starts with prices as low as $250 for the 10-game plan. Every 2011-12 regular season home game is available for purchase as part of the All You Can HEAT Partial Ticket Plan and there is a four-seat maximum per account.
Once again, the HEAT will be utilizing variable ticket pricing, giving fans the opportunity to purchase games that fit their budgets. Fans can mix and match their All You Can HEAT Partial Ticket Plan by selecting games from four pricing tiers (Hot, Hotter, Hottest and Extra Spicy), with a selection of games priced at $25 and the most popular game—the January 19th contest vs. the Lakers—priced at $150. The complete range of price tiers for the All You Can HEAT Partial Ticket Plan is: Hot = $25, Hotter = $50, Hottest = $85 and Extra Spicy = $150.
Fans can purchase the All You Can HEAT Partial Ticket Plan exclusively on HEAT.com.
The Miami HEAT is proud to have ASSIST-CARD as the Presenting Sponsor for the 2011-12 season.