MIAMI — The Miami HEAT announced today that individual game tickets for all four potential home games of Round 2 of the 2014 White Hot Miami HEAT Playoffs presented by Miccosukee Resort & Gaming go on sale to the general public tomorrow, April 29th at 2:00 p.m. There will be an eight-ticket limit per household per game. Individual game ticket inventory is limited and tickets are expected to sell quickly. Fans can purchase tickets online at HEAT.com, Ticketmaster.com, at all Ticketmaster outlets or by calling 1-800-4NBA-TIX. Tickets will NOT be available at the AmericanAirlines Arena Ticket Office for the initial on-sale date. Playoff tickets may be purchased at the AmericanAirlines Arena Ticket Office beginning on Wednesday, April 30th at 10:00 a.m.
Home Games 3 and 4 of Round 2 will only be played if necessary. Fans that have purchased tickets for any unplayed games will be automatically issued a refund by Ticketmaster, including fees (except UPS and retail pickup fees). If fans purchase tickets at a retail location, they can secure a refund by returning tickets for unplayed games at the same retail location where the tickets were originally purchased.
HEAT fans are encouraged to make their ticket purchases directly from the team. The general public can purchase tickets sold directly by the team or tickets posted for resale by HEAT Season Ticket Holders and other fans online at HEAT.com beginning tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. Purchasing resale tickets from HEAT.com is a safe and convenient way for fans to access seats that would be unavailable otherwise, including lower bowl tickets. Ticket prices for the resale marketplace on HEAT.com are established by each individual when the tickets are posted for sale and often exceed face value.
HEAT fans can still guarantee the opportunity to purchase playoff tickets before the on-sale date by purchasing a HEAT Priority Access Club Membership available exclusively online at HEATPriorityAccessClub.com.
The HEAT will play the winner of the Toronto Raptors vs. Brooklyn Nets series, which is currently tied at 2-2.