Brooklyn Nets Close to Sold Out of Season Tickets

Apr 29, 2013; Brooklyn, NY, USA; Brooklynettes perform during the third quarter in game five of the first round of the 2013 NBA playoffs between the Brooklyn Nets and the Chicago Bulls at the Barclays Center. Brooklyn won 110-91. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports

If you are considering buying Brooklyn Nets season tickets for next season, now is the time. The Nets are saying they are nearly sold out of season tickets for next year. This comes after the Nets officially acquired Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, and Jason Terry from Boston and Andrei Kirilenko as a free agent last week.

Since the big moves have been made, the Nets say they have sold over $3 million worth of season tickets alone, and they are now close to their season ticket limit. Sources say they can sell up to approximately 13,000 season tickets total out of the nearly 18,000 seats in the arena.

The remaining tickets are individual and group tickets. If you are interested in those, but not full season tickets, you will have to wait until September when they go on sale.

This shows that Nets fans are buying into what Brooklyn is doing this offseason. The Nets have clearly had the best offseason of any NBA team and they plan on making a run towards a championship next season.

Here is what Nets CEO Brett Yormark is telling fans:

“We continue to be a product in high demand, now more than ever…I would encourage fans who are interested in season tickets to buy now and be part of what will be a memorable season.”

Topics: Brooklyn Nets, NBA Free Agency

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