In case you haven’t noticed already, we’re now selling tickets. We have partnered with TiqIQ, meaning we’ll sell tickets to every game, including tomorrow’s Game 4. To buy tickets from us, just click on the widget to the left margin of the website, pick the date and proceed to buy your tickets. (Or, if you just want to buy tickets for tomorrow’s game, click here.)
Why buy from us?
- You’ll get the cheapest tickets. TiqIQ aggregates all the lowest prices from major sellers across the interwebs, including StubHub, Ebay, Tickets Now, and Ticket Network, among others.
- You’ll have the option to print your tickets from your computer.
- We’ll get part of the proceeds, so it’s a win/win situation. You get the best prices, your favorite blog (err, maybe) reaps some of the benefits.
This hardly seems like an appropriate time to try to sell anything. The Celtics are trying to win a playoff series, and that’s what matters. They’re all in, and all that. Rondo played with one arm, Kevin Garnett dominated like he was still playing alongside Wally Szcerbiak in Minnesota, Paul Pierce dove on loose balls like he was 19 years old, and Shaq, well, Shaq valiantly attempted to make one final stand. They’re all attempting to make one final stand, you get the feeling, and thus it kind of sucks to try selling something right now.
But you want to go see Game 4, right? And we still have more than 1,500 tickets available, starting at $110. So if you want to go to the game while also helping out your favorite (err, maybe) bloggers, you can buy from us.