Shaq Ceremony Makes Magic-Pistons Game Most Expensive in March


A difficult season for the Orlando Magic doesn’t get any easier at they head towards the finish line of the regular season.

 

After their Friday night game against the Boston Celtics, five of the Magic’s next seven games are against some of the elite teams in the league. The Magic face the Cleveland Cavaliers, Houston Rockets, Dallas Mavericks, Portland Trail Blazers, Denver Nuggets, Atlanta Hawks and Detroit Pistons.

 

The Atlanta Hawks and Cleveland Cavaliers are the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds in the Eastern Conference respectively. The Rockets, Mavericks and Trail Blazers are all playing in the postseason when the regular season ends.

 

Orlando is in last-place of the Southeast division standings, and has lost six of their last eight contests. The Magic will welcome the return of Nikola Vucevic, who has missed games recently due to an ankle injury. Vucevic is leading the teams in points and rebounds, averaging 19.6 and 11.2 respectively.

 

According to TiqIQ.com, Orlando Magic tickets have their highest average price on March 27th for when the Magic host the Detroit Pistons at the Amway Center. The price is $194.14 with a get-in price of $10. You may be thinking why a game against the Pistons has the highest average ticket price for the month, but it’s a special occasion for all fans of the Magic. The team will be having a Hall of Fame induction ceremony for Shaquille O’Neal. O’Neal was the No. 1 overall pick in the 1992 NBA Draft for the Magic, and led the franchise towards their first playoff appearance and NBA Finals appearance.

 

The Magic game with the lowest average ticket price is on March 13th when they travel to Boston to play the Celtics. The average ticket price is $79.11 with a walk-in price of $29.

 

You can see the Magic induct their one-of-a-kind big man, Shaquille O’Neal by using Hipmunk.com to book your Orlando flight. There’s no reason to leave Orlando early, so enjoy the weekend and book ahotel in Orlando for your extended stay.

 

Although Magic fans may not be thrilled to watch their basketball team these days, March 27th will be a great celebration for one of the franchise’s greatest players.

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