Ticket prices, values, and seating options vary by the date you select.
- $19–$23 for one seat the upper-level corners (up to $34 value)
- $32–$47 for one seat in the upper-level center (up to $72.12 value)
- $49–$63 for one seat in the lower-level corners (up to $89.29 value)
- $129 for one seat in the left or right center court (up to $177.46 value)
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Dates and Details
- Friday, March 4, at 7 p.m. (Miami Heat). Includes Sixers fleece blanket.
- Friday, March 11, at 7 p.m. (Brooklyn Nets). Includes Sixers fleece blanket.
- Sunday, March 20, at 6 p.m. (Boston Celtics). Includes poster autographed by Robert Covington or Nik Stauskas.
The Scouting Report
Last June, the 76ers used their third-overall pick to draft Jahlil Okafor—a decision that is already paying massive dividends. The team immediately unwrapped the 6’11” center from his new-rookie packaging and unleashed him on the league, and all he’s done since is lead the 76ers in scoring and offensive rebounds. In March, fans can watch as Okafor continues to grow into one of the NBA’s most-dynamic forces when the Sixers host a trio of conference rivals, including playoff contenders Miami and Boston.
In 1949, the Syracuse Nationals joined five other clubs from the Basketball Association of America to join in creating the original 17-team National Basketball Association. After the Warriors bolted for the West Coast in 1963, two Philadelphians bought the Nationals, and—following a name-the-team contest much like the one in which “Franklin World” narrowly lost to “The United States”—Philly’s new team adopted the 76ers moniker. In more than 60 seasons, the 76ers have made the playoffs 47 times and yielded a total of three championships—most recently in 1982–83, when the team won 65 games, the second most in franchise history.