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HEAT Individual Game Tickets On Sale Tuesday

Oct 4 2005 4:27PM
MIAMI, Sept. 28 Ė The Miami HEAT announced today that all individual game tickets for the 2005-06 season will go on sale beginning Tuesday, October 4 at 10:00AM. A very limited number of single seats in the 100 Level will be available, as well as seats in the 300 Level, 400 Level and Standing Room Only sections.

Fans will have the chance to come out and support their hometown HEAT for as low as $10 a ticket per game. Exciting match-ups include Opening Night at home vs. Jermaine OíNeal, Ron Artest and the Indiana Pacers on Thursday, November 3 at 8:00PM. The NBA World Champion San Antonio Spurs, led by Tim Duncan, visit Miami for only one time on Friday, January 20. In addition, Western Conference powerhouses the Houston Rockets visit the AmericanAirlines Arena on Thursday, November 10, the Dallas Mavericks come to Miami on Friday, November 25 and the Phoenix Suns visit on Thursday, January 26. Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers visit Miami for only one time in a 3:00PM contest on Christmas Day. The team will also play host to the Minnesota Timberwolves on New Yearís Day. The HEAT will honor Miami Dolphins legend and recent NFL Hall of Fame inductee Dan Marino during the New Jersey Nets game on Monday, November 7. The Marino tribute will include a video career retrospective and a special jersey presentation featuring special guests from the HEAT and Dolphins.

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The schedule also features several exciting rematches from the HEATís 2005 playoff run. The Eastern Conference champion Detroit Pistons arrive in Miami on Sunday, February 12 for a 3:30PM game, and again on April 6 in an 8:00PM contest. The HEAT also renew their rivalry against the Washington Wizards in a rematch of last yearís Eastern Conference Semifinals when they come to Miami on Sunday, December 11 and Wednesday, March 8. The New Jersey Nets come to town on Monday, November 7 and on Friday, December 23.

For the first time, the HEAT will participate in the NBA Hardwood Classics program, where teams recognize the legacy of professional basketball in their area. The HEAT will don the black, orange and magenta uniforms of the 1971-72 Miami Floridians of the American Basketball Association (ABA) for these six home games this season: December 11 vs. Washington, February 25 vs. Seattle, March 8 vs. Washington, March 12 vs. Cleveland, April 6 vs. Detroit and April 16 vs. Chicago. These games will feature a special 1970ís themed team introduction and all activities during the games will have a 70ís look, sound and feel.

Families looking for a great night out can purchase the Papa Johnís HEAT Family Meal Deal, available for every home game this season. The Papa Johnís HEAT Family Meal Deal includes four upper level tickets, four Papa Johnís arena pizzas, four small fountain soft drinks and one free retail Papa Johnís pizza for $94.00.

Fans looking to get the first look at the new Miami HEAT are encouraged to purchase tickets for the Hurricane Katrina Relief Benefit Game on Monday, October 10, as the HEAT take on the San Antonio Spurs. All proceeds will benefit hurricane relief and good seats are still available.

Fans can purchase individual game tickets online at or, by calling 1-800-4NBA-TIX or by visiting any Ticketmaster outlet. Please note the AmericanAirlines Arena Box Office will not be open for the initial on-sale on Tuesday. Ticket prices start at just $10, and fans may purchase as many as six (6) individual tickets per game. Due to the high volume of season ticket renewals and new season tickets sold, 2005-06 individual game ticket inventory is very limited and many games are expected to sell out quickly.

A limited amount of Season Tickets and partial plan ticket packages are also still available by calling 786-777-HOOP. Groups of 20 or more interested in attending a game should call 786-777-DUNK for tickets.