BROOKLYN—The Brooklyn Nets have asked their fans Are You Ready? Now they’re asking, are your tickets authentic?
Due to an increased demand for Brooklyn Nets tickets, fans are being warned about the potential dangers of purchasing Nets tickets on the secondary market. Brooklynnets.com, Ticketmaster.com, 1-800-4NBA-TIX, and the American Express Box Office at Barclays Center are the safest, most secure and only Nets-authorized destinations to purchase Brooklyn Nets tickets. Fans with counterfeit tickets will not be granted access into Barclays Center.
The safest, most secure resale outlet is the NBATickets.com Resale Marketplace. This is the only resale site where tickets are validated and verified by Ticketmaster guaranteeing access to Barclays Center for Brooklyn Nets games. Please note that resale ticket prices are set by the fan and can exceed face value.
“We see frustrated and heartbroken fans every night trying to gain access to a Brooklyn Nets game with counterfeit tickets,” said Fred Mangione, CMO and Chief Revenue Officer of the Brooklyn Nets and Barclays Center. “Our goal is to educate our fans on how to buy authentic tickets so they can have an enjoyable experience from the moment they arrive at Barclays Center.”
About Brooklyn NetsThe Brooklyn Nets, presented by SW24, were officially launched in April 2012 and play their home games at Barclays Center located at the crossroads of Brooklyn, Atlantic and Flatbush Avenues. A member of the Eastern Conference's Atlantic Division, the Nets advanced to the NBA Playoffs in 2013 for the first time since 2007. Prior to its relocation to Brooklyn, the team was called the New Jersey Nets. Starting in 1977, the Nets played their first four seasons in New Jersey at the Rutgers Athletic Center in Piscataway, before moving in 1981 to Brendan Byrne Arena in East Rutherford (later renamed Continental Airlines Arena and IZOD Center). They remained in East Rutherford for 29 seasons until relocating to the Prudential Center in Newark in 2010. The Nets have reached the postseason 17 times, won four Atlantic Division titles and two Eastern Conference Championships, reaching the NBA Finals in 2002 and 2003.