Military Discounts for NBA Game Tickets
National Basketball Association teams want to show their appreciation for service members, both past and present, with military discounts on 2014-15 game tickets.
Look for your favorite team in the list below:
The Boston Celtics are offering military members up to 35% off game tickets. Receive $10 off balcony seats and $20 off lower level tickets.
Military personnel receive up to 30% off individual game tickets for the Brooklyn Nets on select games.
The Charlotte Hornets provide discounted tickets to the military with up to 30% off select 2014-15 Charlotte Hornets home games.
Military personnel can save up to 50% off tickets to select Mavericks Tickets during the 2014-15 season.
The Denver Nuggets offer a 30% military discount on select Nuggets home games during the 2014-15 season.
Golden State Warriors
The Golden State Warriors offer up to 25% off on select Warriors games throughout the 2014-15 season for all military.
The Miami HEAT offers military up to 30% off on select home games. They also offer specially priced partial plans. Pick 10 to 20 games of your choice and build a plan that best fits your budget and your schedule.
Discounted individual game tickets for the Orlando Magic are available for military members. Save up to 20%. They are also offering discounted Season Tickets.
The Philadelphia 76ers offer up to 25% off on individual home game tickets throughout the 2014-15 season for military personnel.
San Antonio Spurs
The San Antonio Spurs are offering military personnel up to 25% off select Spurs games throughout the season.
Military can save up to 20% off tickets to available Washington Wizards home games during the 2014-15 season.
Remember that ITT/MWR offices on military installations may offer discounted tickets to NBA games, so visit your local base to see what they offer.
Do you know of any NBA military discounts? What kinds of NBA discounts have you found at your local ITT/MWR offices on base? Leave a comment below and share!
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