Ticket demand skyrocketing for Game 7 against the Pacers

Prices range from $150 to several thousand for final game of series


MIAMI – It's the do or die game of the season and Miami Heat fans are ready to pay.

Demand for tickets for Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals skyrocketed Saturday night in the waning moments of the Heat's disappointing loss in Game 6 in Indianapolis.

"I got calls before the game was even over," Todd Rubin of Todd's Tickets told Local 10.  "Its comparable to Game 7 of last year when we played the Celtics, it's just as big as that one!"

Rubin says wanting to witness history in motion at a critical crossroads like Monday night's game can often be a hotter ticket than the Finals. He says the game against the Celtics ended up having a bigger demand than the Finals last year.

So is it too late to get your seat? According to Rubin, it just depends on how much you're willing to spend.

"The game is pretty much sold out, but we can put you anywhere you want to sit because we resell season ticket holders' tickets."

As of Monday morning, seats that are considered to be "low-end" are going for about $150 each. The next level up start at $350 a piece and go into the thousands.

Rubin also has tickets for those who are ready to spend some serious cash.

"You could sit on a courtside for $6,000 or $7,000 a ticket."

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