Top Knicks Tickets In January On Secondary Market Nearing $700 Against Warriors

The New York Knicks were walloped by the Chicago Bulls on the road on January 1st, but won their games sandwiched on the outside to take two out of their last three games and move to 16-19 overall this season.

Their most recent win was an impressive 14-point victory against the Atlanta Hawks at Madison Square Garden, where Arron Afflalo was the surprise star with 38 points. He hit his first seven three-point attempts during the game and only missed one more before the game ended. The Knicks are currently three games behind the Boston Celtics, the team that holds the eighth spot in the Eastern Conference and is the current cutoff for playoff contention.

It’s a busy month for the Knicks, who have already played two games this month and have 15 more contests in January. After their game against the Hawks, the Knicks have a tough three-game stretch where they face the Hawks a second time to conclude a home-and-home at Philips Arena before facing both the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs on the road. They conclude this week of games with a home game against the Milwaukee Bucks.

Below is information provided by TiqIQ.com for secondary market Knicks tickets for the month of January.

1/31/2016 | New York Knicks vs. Golden State Warriors | Madison Square Garden | Average Price: $690.39 | Get-in Price: $219 | Madison Square Garden parking: $10

1/22/2016 | New York Knicks vs. Los Angeles Clippers | Madison Square Garden | Average Price: $306 | Get-in Price: $75 | Madison Square Garden parking: $10

1/26/2016 | New York Knicks vs. Oklahoma City Thunder | Madison Square Garden | Average Price: $275.04 | Get-in Price: $68 | Madison Square Garden parking: $10

The most high profile team in the NBA right now comes to Madison Square Garden on the final date of the month to create the most expensive Knicks contest this month. To see the Golden State Warriors, Knicks tickets on the secondary market has an average price of nearly $700 and a get-in price of $219. The average ticket price has been above the $600 mark since December 21st and reached a peak of $711.49 between then and Monday, January 4th.

Two Western Conference opponents follow, with games against the Los Angeles Clippers on January 22nd and the Oklahoma City Thunder on January 26th. The average ticket prices for these games are $306 and $275.04 respectively and have get-in prices below $80.

As mentioned in the information above, parking in New York City through ParkWhiz.com currently has 90+ available locations for each of the three top games in January.

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