Miami Heat: Second round home playoff tickets on sale Monday

 

Tickets for Miami Heat’s first two home games in the second round of the Eastern Conference semifinals go on sale at 2 p.m. on Monday, the team announced Sunday after the sweep of the Milwaukee Bucks.

Up next: The winner of the Chicago Bulls vs. Brooklyn Nets series. The Bulls lead that series, 3-1. The earliest the Heat will start another best-of -seven series at AmericanAirlines Arena again is Saturday.

Fans can purchase tickets online at HEAT.com, Ticketmaster.com or call1-800-4NBA-TIX. There will be an eight ticket purchase limit per household.

Tickets will not be available at the arena ticket office on Monday. They will be go on sale at the ticket office at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, the team said.

Want to seat near the action? Those interested in lower level seats can register for Heat Game Time Tickets, which are seats in the lower level normally reserved for NBA executives that may be released for sale 48-hours before game time.

When those tickets are released for sale, registered Heat fans will be contacted by a HEAT sales representative.

For more information, visit www.WhiteHotHEAT.com

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