Apr 212013
 

miami-heat2We’ve found a deal for the Tuesday, April 23, Miami Heat playoff basketball game against the Milwaukee Bucks.

ScoreBig is offering these tickets for a minimum 10% off. But with discount code SPRING35, new customers can get a minimum 35% off tickets, up to a total price of $300. The promo code can be used only once per customer.

The NBA Eastern Conference Quarterfinals: Miami Heat vs. Milwaukee Bucks Round 1 Home Game is at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 23, at the American Airlines Arena.

The deals are for the cheap seats and the expensive seats. Four-star tickets that are normally $270 each are going for a minimum 10% off. One-star tickets that are normally $86.23 are also going for 10% off. But with promo code SPRING35, new customers can get up to 35% off those tickets, up to an order of $300.

ScoreBig works a little like Priceline. You name your own price, and ScoreBig tells you whether it’s accepted. The company tells you upfront what discount is likely. Offerings change frequently, so these deals may disappear in a few days, or other tickets for the same event may become available.

Here’s how ScoreBig works:

  • Sign up (it’s FREE).
  • Select the event you want and where you want to sit (sometimes it takes a few minutes for the available seating areas to be highlighted). You choose a section, but not the exact site.
  • Name how much you are willing to pay. You’ll have to enter your credit card information here. This is where you add the promo code. If you have a promo code for 35% off, bid 35% off.
  • If your bid is accepted, you’re notified instantly. If your bid is rejected, you can place a new bid.
  • Sometimes you’ll get a counter offer, which you are free to accept or reject.
  • No additional fees are added. The amount of your accepted offer is what you pay.

In South Florida, ScoreBig has lots of discount sports tickets as well as concert tickets and tickets to touring Broadways shows. Click here to see all the current Miami deals, including deals for 25% to 50% off the Florida Panthers and Florida Marlins.

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