The 2016-17 NBA season is rapidly approaching and the Miami Heat have now announced that five partial ticket plans are now on sale.
Fans can grab these plans exclusively on HEATTicketPlans.com or by calling 786-777-HOOP (4667).
The popular All You Can HEAT Partial Ticket Plan returns for this season and is customizable with fans able to choose 10 to 20 games. The plan features five price tiers: Hot = $20, Hotter = $25; Spicy = $45; Blazing = $55, and Inferno = $115, with the lone Dwyane Wade appearance at the AmericanAirlines Arena with the Chicago Bulls ranked at Inferno, as is the lone visit by Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors, and two games featuring the NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers.
Below are the details of all five plans that Heat fans can choose from.
The All You Can HEAT Partial Ticket Plan is entirely customizable and based on an "a la carte" philosophy so that fans can select between 10 to 20 games of their choice. Plans start with prices as low as $200 for a 10-game plan. Seating inventory for the All You Can HEAT Partial Ticket Plan is primarily located in Uptown's 400 Level for all games, with Lower Bowl seating available for select games. Fans can mix and match their All You Can HEAT Partial Ticket Plan byselecting games from five price tiers: Hot = $20, Hotter = $25; Spicy = $45; Blazing = $55, and Inferno = $115. Tickets to each game are limited and subject to availability. There is a four-seat maximum per account.
Fans interested in balling with the best will love this eight-game plan priced at $250. The Ballers and Shot Callers Plan includes Opening Night 2016 and Dwyane Wade's only visit to AmericanAirlines Arena on November 10th. Additional games include the Celtics on November 28th, the Magic on December 20th, the Mavericks on January 19th, the Hawks on February 1st, the 76ers on March 1st and the Suns on March 21st. Tickets are located in the 400 Level and there is a four-seat maximum per account.
With Young Whiteside on the block, the Dragon manning the point and a squad of shooters making it rain, visiting teams might have a tough time picking their poison. Watch the Miami HEAT drop dunks and daggers on their opponents in this eight-game plan that includes games against Southeast Division foes and a Golden State team coming off a 73-win season. Other games include the Kings on November 1st, the Hawks on November 15th, the Clippers on December 16th, the Warriors on January 23rd, the Nets on January 30th, the Magic on February 13th, the Pelicans on March 15th and the Wizards on April 12th. The Dunks and Daggers Plan is priced at $250. Tickets are located in the 400 Level and there is a four-seat maximum per account.
This year's HEAT team is full of young and hungry ballers who aim to perfect the art of the crossover. With the Killer Crossovers Plan, priced at $250, HEAT fans get eight exciting home games including an early season visit by the Spurs on October 30th and the April 10th matchup against the reigning champion Cleveland Cavaliers. Additional games include the Knicks on December 6th, the Pacers on December 14th, the Rockets on January 17th, the Hornets on March 8th, the Trail Blazers on March 19th and the Nuggets on April 2nd. Tickets are located in the 400 Level and there is a four-seat maximum per account.
Everyone knows weekends are for #winning. For $300, HEAT fans can catch the HEAT take on up-and-comers like the Jazz on November 12th and the Grizzlies on November 26th as well as the Bucks on January 21st, the Pistons on January 28th, the 76ers on February 4th, the Pacers on February 25th, the Raptors on March 11th and the reigning champion Cleveland Cavaliers on March 4th. The Weekends are for Winning Plan features weekend games only. Tickets are located in the 400 Level and there is a four-seat maximum per account.