The Indiana Pacers will begin selling single-game tickets on October 3rd for preseason games and regular season games through January, with the exception of the home opener against the Sacramento Kings. The Pacers are still tying tix to the opener to other ticket packages. Here is all of the info from the Pacers.
Tickets for Opening Night against the Sacramento Kings can be purchased by one of four ways - either through buying a Season Ticket Plan (full, half or 11 game options); purchasing the popular 6-Game Pack; through group tickets, which includes groups of 10 or more; or by registering online for the Single Game Priority Presale. Registration for the online option starts Sept. 26 at Pacers.com and must be submitted before Oct. 15 at 9:00 a.m. By registering, fans will get the opportunity to receive pre-sale access and preferred pricing for tickets to Opening Night.
Opening Night will feature the return of the highly-demanded "Gold-Out" as every Pacers fan in attendance will receive a commemorative "Blue Collar - Gold Swagger" T-shirt. Also, the NBA's best scoreboard makes its Pacers' debut as Bankers Life Fieldhouse will introduce a state-of-the-art, center-hung scoreboard nearly five times the size of its predecessor. In addition, the Pacers players will wear gold uniforms. All five starters return for Indiana from the 2012 Playoffs along with some new faces, including D.J. Augustin, Gerald Green, Ian Mahinmi and first-round pick Miles Plumlee.
The single game tickets for Pacers home games played from October through January include three preseason games in October; six games in November; eight games in December and seven games in January. During the first half of the season Pacers fans can expect to see a variety of 2012 Playoff teams visit Bankers Life Fieldhouse including the 2011 World Champion Dallas Mavericks on Nov. 16; Eastern Conference rivals Chicago on Dec. 26 and 2012 World Champion Miami on Jan. 8, among others.
You can purchase tickets on the web at Pacers.com/tickets, via phone at (800) 4-NBA-TIX or by visiting the Bankers Life Fieldhouse Box Office or any Ticketmaster outlets.
Hopefully the Pacers will make a big jump in the NBA attendance standings after their jump in the Eastern Conference standings last season.