Tickets to the Miami Heat

EventDateCity and Venue
NBA Preseason: Miami Heat Vs. Atlanta Hawks Sun. October 1, 2017
Miami, FL - AmericanAirlines Arena
NBA Preseason: Orlando Magic vs. Miami Heat Sat. October 7, 2017
Orlando, FL - Amway Center
NBA Preseason: Miami Heat vs. Charlotte Hornets Mon. October 9, 2017
Miami, FL - AmericanAirlines Arena
NBA Preseason: Miami Heat vs. Washington Wizards Wed. October 11, 2017
Miami, FL - AmericanAirlines Arena

Purchase Heat Tickets here. From the dunks to the two on ones to the give and go's and alley oops, you know every Miami Heat NBA game is exciting. We offer just about any basketball game ticket you want, from box seats and group tickets, to courtside and behind the basket seats, center court seats to club passes, or loge and upper and lower level tickets, you'll find a huge selection here. We hope you enjoy everything from the opening tip-off to the final buzzer! Looking for Heat playoff tickets?

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About The Miami Heat

The Miami Heat changed the NBA forever when in the summer of 2010 they resigned superstar Dwyane Wade, and acquired two-time MVP LeBron James, and perennial all-star Chris Bosh. While these historic roster moves were greeted with a great deal of enthusiasm in South Beach they were derided by most NBA fans. In fact, in the course of a few hours the Heat went from a rather vanilla franchise to the NBA's most hated team.

As soon as the "Big Three" arrived in Miami, and the franchise started to sell Heat tickets, fans began to talk about another championship. The Heat won their first world title in 2006. That team was led by Wade and center Shaquille O'Neal and was coached by team president Pat Riley.

The Heat joined the NBA as an expansion team in 1988. The team made the playoffs in only its fourth year of existence. In the franchise's first 21 seasons they qualified for the postseason 13 times. From 1997 to 2000, the Heat played the New York Knicks four consecutive times in the playoffs and lost all but one of the meetings.

Each series was highly contested and often marred by rough physical play and bench clearing brawls. Besides the Knicks, the Heat has had memorable playoff clashes with the Chicago Bulls, Detroit Pistons and Cleveland Cavaliers.

Miami Heat tickets are sold for American Airlines Arena located along Biscayne Bay in the city's downtown area. The Heat is aligned in the Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference.

Other great Heat players, apart from Wade and O'Neal, are Alonzo Mourning, Tim Hardaway, and Glen Rice. Mourning played for the Heat from 1995 to 2002 and then from 2005 to 2008—he began his NBA career with the Charlotte asp">, the team that entered the NBA with the Heat. Mourning missed a year of action due to a kidney transplant. Blessed with the heart of a warrior, Mourning roared back from his transplant to be part of the Heat's championship team. In 2009, Mourning became the first player in Heat history to have his jersey retired.