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Brooklyn Nets Info

How Much Do Brooklyn Nets Tickets Cost?

Depending on the game, Brooklyn Nets tickets can be priced well above or well below face value on the secondary market, but with No Fees, TicketIQ can get you into Kaseya Center for 10-20% less than other secondary ticket sites.

Where do the Brooklyn Nets play their home games?

The Brooklyn Nets play their home games at Barclays Center.

Where will The Brooklyn Nets be playing?

The Brooklyn Nets are playing in the following cities:
Kaseya Center (Miami, FL)

About The Brooklyn Nets

The Nets were established in 1967 as the New Jersey Americans in the American Basketball Association (ABA). In 1968, the team was renamed the New York Nets, and in 1976, the Nets became part of the NBA when the ABA and NBA merged. In 1977, the team moved to New Jersey and became the New Jersey Nets.

In 2012, the franchise relocated to Brooklyn and rebranded as the Brooklyn Nets, with Barclays Center serving as their home arena. Since moving to Brooklyn, the Nets have built a solid fan base and have been working to establish themselves as a contender in the NBA.

Throughout their history, the Nets have had varying levels of success. During their time in the ABA, they won two championships (1974 and 1976), led by star player Julius "Dr. J" Erving. In the NBA, the team reached the NBA Finals twice in the early 2000s (2002 and 2003) but lost both times.

The team's primary colors are black and white, and their mascot is a lovable anthropomorphic basketball named "BrooklyKnight." The Brooklyn Nets have an intense rivalry with the New York Knicks, as both teams represent different boroughs of New York City and compete for the attention of local basketball fans.

How To Get To Barclays Center?

Barclays Center is at 620 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, NY. Here are several options if you're planning on making a trip to the arena:

Subway: The Barclays Center is conveniently accessible by multiple subway lines. The 2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, N, Q, and R trains all stop at the Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center station, directly adjacent to the arena. In addition, the C train stops at Lafayette Avenue, and the G train stops at Fulton Street, within walking distance of the arena.

Long Island Rail Road (LIRR): The LIRR stops at the Atlantic Terminal, across the street from the Barclays Center.

Bus: Several MTA bus lines serve the area around Barclays Center, including the B25, B26, B38, B41, B45, B52, B63, B65, B67, B69, and B103.

Car: If you prefer to drive, there are multiple parking options around Barclays Center, including the arena's parking facilities, nearby private lots, and street parking. Remember that parking can be limited and expensive, so public transportation is often the more convenient option.

Rideshare: Services like Uber and Lyft are available in New York City and can drop you off near the arena.

Bicycle: Barclays Center is equipped with bicycle racks for guests who prefer to bike to the arena. These are located near the Dean Street entrance.

Do Nets Games Sell Out?

While many higher-demand Nets home games sell out on the primary market, TicketIQ has seats available for all games, and at times prices can be lower than face value.

Are Parking Passes Available For Nets Games On TicketIQ?

Yes. You can purchase parking passes for every Nets home game on TicketIQ. Click the "Parking" filter for each game to view all available listings.

When Do Gates Open For A Brooklyn Nets Home Game?

Barclays Center typically opens 90 minutes before the scheduled tip-off time for NBA games.

Brooklyn Nets Playoff Tickets

The NBA Playoffs are in the third year of an expanded format which was made to include more teams in the postseason. Initially there will be an NBA Playoffs Play-In Tournament to determine the 7 & 8 seeds in each league.

The regular season 7 and 8 seeds will square off to determine who the overall 7 seed is in the playoffs. The loser then faces off against the winner of a contest between the regular season 9 & 10 seeds. The winner of that game will then be the 8 seed in the playoffs.

After this Play-In, each league will play under a fixed bracket with 1-8 seeds each. Each 7-game series is played in a 2–2–1–1–1 format. The First Round determines who makes it to the Eastern Conference Semifinals and the Western Conference Semifinals. Then the Conference Semifinals will determine who plays in the Eastern Conference Finals and the Western Conference Finals. The winners of the Conference Finals go on to face off in the NBA Finals.

Where are Concession Options at Barclays Center?

Lower level concessions include one of the most diverse range of food options of any venue you'll ever see and include: Biaggio's Pizza - Sec 15, Brooklyn Market - Sec 19, Brooklyn Bangers & Dogs - Sec 8, Buffalo Boss - Sec 22, The Crabby Shack - Sec 3, FUKU - Sec 10, Graze Smokehouse - Sec 26, Kings County Dogs - Sec 23, Nathan's - Sec 17, Nene's Taqueria - Sec 7, Paisanos - Sec 3 & 29, Parm - Sec 6, Pig Beach - Sec 25, 'Wich & Brew - Sec 23, WW Freestyle Cafe: BKLYN - Sec 29

Lower level concessions include Brooklyn Bangers & Dogs - Sec 225, Brooklyn Snacks - Sec 223, Buffalo Boss - Sec 226, Fedoroff's Cheesesteaks - Sec 209, Nathan’s - Sec 207, Paisanos - Sec 210 & 222, Table 87 Coal Oven Pizza - Sec 206

Where are Bar Options at Barclays Center?

If you want to strategically situate yourself close to your favorite watering hole, below are Lower level bar options: Blue Point Grab & Go - Between Sec 27, Ciroc Bar - Sec 15, Corona Beach House - Sec 3, Jack Daniel’s Bar - Sec 7, Johnnie Walker Bar - Sec 29

Upper Level bar options are limited to the Bulleit Bar - Sec 201 and Casa Modelo Bar - Sec 215, but both offer tons of space to spread out and grab a beverage while keeping an eye on the game.

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