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With Lebron James, Kevin Love, and Kyrie Irving all back again this season, the Cavs expect nothing less than a back-to-back to the NBA Finals in 2016. Find Cleveland Cavaliers ticket here and get out to Quicken Loans Arena this season!

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How do I buy the best price Cleveland Cavaliers tickets?

The best way to purchase Cleveland Cavaliers tickets is to go directly to the specific Cleveland Cavaliers page. There you will find the entire schedule for the Cavaliers listed in order starting with the games that are closest in geographical location. Proceeding that will be all of their games in chronological order with games from similar teams near the bottom. After finding a seat, you can flip through the pictures taken from each seating chart for Quicken Loans Arena that provides a seat view of every possible section. If you are either looking to purchase a ticket or have already bought your seat, our seat view will give you the ability to see exactly what the view of the game will be from your seat. The interactive seating charts of Quicken Loans Arena provide a convenient way to preview everything about your experience so that you are completely informed before making your game purchase.

How much do Cleveland Cavaliers tickets cost?

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Can I buy away tickets for the Cleveland Cavaliers?

Purchasing tickets for the Cleveland Cavaliers when they are on the road is simple. Check the schedule for the night that they will be in town and go to the Cleveland Cavaliers page. Rukkus has every home and away game listed from tonight on through the end of the season. Regardless of whether you bought a ticket last minute or months ahead of time, rest assured that we always guarantee every ticket sold.

When do Cleveland Cavaliers tickets go on sale?

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Can I purchase home game tickets for the Cleveland Cavaliers?

Rukkus makes it simple to find and buy home game tickets for the Cavaliers. The schedule for all games happening at Quicken Loans Arena are listed on the team tickets page. Since Rukkus pulls all NBA ticket information, it is a simple process to purchase home game tickets for the Cavaliers. Whether your home game purchase is the cheapest, most expensive, or best ticket around, you can rest assured that Rukkus always guarantees every ticket sold. If there is even an issue with your ticket purchasing experience, please feel free to reach out to our customer service team for help.

What makes Quicken Loans Arena special?

Quicken Loans Arena is a part of the Gateway Sports and Entertainment Complex with Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Indians . Quicken Loans Arena is the 3rd largest arena in the NBA by seating capacity and currently houses the largest scoreboard jumbotron in an NBA affiliated arena.

Who are some marquee players that have been a part of the Cleveland Cavaliers team in the past?

The Cleveland Cavaliers have been in the NBA since 1970 and have seen very successful players don the famous wine, gold, and white jerseys. Some of the team’s most revered players include Walt Frazier, Nate Thurmond, Lenny Wilkens, Zydunas Ilgauskas, Larry Nance, Mark price, and LeBron James.

How have the Cleveland Cavaliers performed historically?

In the Cleveland Cavaliers’ entire NBA history, they have never won a championship. This drought, which now spans over 40 seasons, is one of the longest in the history of North American professional sports. The team has won two conference championships, coming in 2007 and 2015, but have been unable to seal the deal when reaching the NBA Finals.

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A night of fast-paced, entertaining NBA action awaits you at a Cleveland Cavaliers game. Fast transitions, creative ball movement, and huge slam dunks are all part of the Cavaliers repertoire. Fans of all ages can enjoy the high level of basketball on display at Quicken Loans Arena in downtown Cleveland. This is one live event you do not want to miss. Come visit Cleveland, Ohio, and grab your Cavs tickets right away!



The “Cavs” are one of the NBA’s most exciting teams. Recent draft picks, trade acquisitions, and big free agent signings have bolstered their roster and have this team contending for the championship. They deploy a lineup of tall, fast and athletic “ballers” that can finish scoring plays better than anyone. Opponents had better be prepared for a high-scoring affair when they take on the Cavaliers. Get your tickets today!

As the players on the court impress you with their skill, you can relish in the top-notch venue at Quicken Loans Arena. Without a bad seat in the house, this is the perfect arena to watch NBA basketball. The “Q” comfortably hosts over 20,000 passionate basketball fans and provides a fan-friendly environment at each game. Pick up your tickets now and see what Cleveland Cavaliers basketball is all about!

Since arriving in Cleveland in 1970, the “Cavs” have built a dedicated fan base that cheers for their team through the ups and downs of an NBA season. Basketball fans flock from all over the country to catch a glimpse of the Cavaliers live in action. The “Q” in downtown Cleveland provides fans with a truly unforgettable experience. Be a part of the fun and buy your Cavaliers tickets right away!

Cleaveland Cavaliers Bio

The city of Cleveland, Ohio and its National Basketball Association (NBA) franchise, the Cavaliers, received an enormous boost in the summer of 2014 when LeBron James, who spent the first seven years of his NBA career on the shores of Lake Erie after being chosen as the #1 overall pick in 2003, agreed to return to his home state for the 2014-2015 season. The homecoming of the Prodigal King signaled a return to relevance and a chance for the rabid, yet championship-starved, Cleveland sports fans to celebrate their first NBA title. While the hunt for this elusive goal is still ongoing, the spectators that file into Quicken Loans Arena, (or, the “Q,” as it is affectionally known) can claim a rich heritage of entertaining basketball in the Midwest, stretching over 45 years.

Entering the league as an expansion franchise shortly before play began in the 1970-1971 season, the Cavaliers had periods of success even before James first laced up his sneakers with the team. The Cavs made the playoffs three straight years, from 1976 to 1978, highlighted by the franchise’s first Central Division crown and an appearance in the Eastern Conference Finals in 1976. That 1975-1976 “Miracle of Richfield” team, led by center Jim Chones, team captain Austin Carr, and scoring wing Campy Russell and coached by Bill Fitch, finally fell to that year’s eventual champs, the Boston Celtics, in 6 games, but established itself as an Eastern Conference power in just its 6th year of existence, a remarkable feat.

Unfortunately, the Cavaliers of the late 1970s and the first half of the 1980s were unable to sustain the early successes of the franchise, as they averaged just 29 wins in nine seasons, beginning with the 1978-1979 campaign, while averaging 1 head coach per year during this span. The dry spell ended with the 1986 hiring of future Hall of Fame coach Lenny Wilkens and the acquisitions, that same year, of players that would form the core of one of the NBA’s best teams for the next ten years: center and #1 overall pick in the 1986 draft Brad Daugherty, 4-time All-Star point guard Mark Price, NBA All-Rookie Team member Ron Harper, former Slam Dunk Champion Larry Nance, and do-everything forward, John “Hot Rod” Williams. Starting in the 1987-1988 season, this rendition of the Cavs made the playoffs in 8 of the next 9 years, missing the postseason just once, in 1990-1991. During this span, Cleveland had 6 first-round exits, while reaching the Eastern Conference Finals in 1992 and the Conference Semifinals the following year before being eliminated by the Chicago Bulls both times. All told, the Bulls ended the Cavs’ season on five different occasions during this era, perhaps most famously by Michael Jordan’s buzzer-beating free throw line jumper over Craig Ehlo in 1989.

After the retirement of Daugherty in 1995 and the trade of Price to Washington that same year, the Cavaliers franchise experienced depths not seen in those parts since the aforementioned early 80s. However, the lowest of the low, a 17-65 season during the 2002-2003 campaign, led directly to the #1 overall pick in the 2003 draft and the opportunity to add a once-in-a-generation talent and personality to the franchise, a can’t-miss high school star who just happened to hail from Akron, 40 miles south of Cleveland. And, just like that, the First LeBron Era had begun, a span during which “The King” was named NBA Rookie of the Year in 2004, NBA All-Star 6 times, and All-NBA First or Second Team member 5 times, while securing his lone scoring title in 2008 and finishing second in the Defensive Player of the Year voting the following year. Spurred by James’s excellence on both ends of the floor, the Cavaliers, with mainstay center Zydrunas Ilgauskas and dependable forwards Drew Gooden and Anderson Varejao providing frontline support for LeBron, began a 5-year stretch in 2005 during which time they won two Central Division titles, while never failing to reach at least the Eastern Conference Semifinals. This unprecedented period in Cavaliers history reached its apex in the 2007 NBA Playoffs, as James led the team to its first and only NBA Finals berth after dispatching Washington, New Jersey, and Detroit to capture the Eastern Conference title.

After being eliminated in the semifinal round of the 2010 playoffs, James left the Cavaliers and his home state to sign a lucrative free agent agreement with the Miami Heat. As to be expected after losing the heart and soul of a franchise, the Cavaliers subsequently endured a rough 4-year period during which they averaged just 24 wins, but saw them gather seeds of hope with which to rebuild, namely the first pick in the 2011 draft, dynamic lead guard Kyrie Irving, and, against the odds, the initial pick in the 2014 draft. However, what they lacked was a catalyst for change, a role destined to be filled by James and his return to Cleveland. After packaging the first overall selection in 2014, Andrew Wiggins, with other players and future draft picks, the Cavaliers landed the deep-shooting rebounding machine Kevin Love from Minnesota, while acquiring sharpshooter J.R. Smith and defensive stalwart Iman Shumpert from New York. This incredible infusion of talent, combined with the holdover Irving, led to grand expectations of the 2014-2015 season, which started to look a bit premature as the new-look Cavaliers and first-year head coach David Blatt stumbled to 5-7 after a 17-point home loss to Toronto on November 22nd. On the heels of the Toronto loss, Cleveland then went on an 8-game winning streak, which ignited a 48-22 run to end the season, including a 12-game winning streak in January and February that went a long way towards helping the Cavaliers win the Central Division crown and the #2 seed in the 2015 Playoffs. As of this writing, Cleveland is on the verge of a first-round playoff series win versus the Boston Celtics, as the team looks to be hitting their stride at the right time.

With the anticipation generated by the return of James and the addition of Love, Smith, and Shumpert, Cleveland fans flocked to Quicken Loans Arena to the tune of 843,042 spectators in 41 home games, ranking the Cavaliers 2nd in the NBA in home attendance. The Q, located in the Gateway District of Cleveland, next to the Cleveland Indians home ballpark, Progressive Field, was built in 1994 and was christened Gund Arena, after the Cavaliers then-owner Gordon Gund. Current owner Dan Gilbert bought the team in March 2005 and quickly attached his company’s name, Quicken Loans, to the building. The venue seats just over 20,000 fans and is also home to the Lake Erie Monsters of the AHL and the Cleveland Gladiators of the Arena Football League. Quickens Loans Arena is the third home of the Cavaliers franchise, following Cleveland Arena (1970-1973) and Richfield Coliseum (1974-1993).

Cleveland Cavaliers Lineup

  • Lou Amundson
  • Will Cherry
  • Matthew Dellavedova
  • Joe Harris
  • Brendan Haywood
  • Kyrie Irving
  • LeBron James
  • James Jones
  • Alex Kirk
  • Kevin Love
  • Shawn Marion
  • Mike Miller
  • Tristan Thompson
  • Anderson Varejao
  • Dion Waiters

Todays Cleveland Cavaliers Tickets

Cheap tickets for the Cleveland Cavaliers this Friday sell for $39. Cheap tickets for the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday start at $32. You will always find cheap the Cleveland Cavaliers tickets everyday, up until the last minute before the the Cleveland Cavaliers game.

Cleveland Cavaliers Ticket Prices

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Cheap Cleveland Cavaliers Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$3.00 NBA Preseason: Milwaukee Bucks at Cleveland Cavaliers — 10/13/2015
Quicken Loans Arena; Cleveland, OH
$3.00 NBA Preseason: Dallas Mavericks at Cleveland Cavaliers — 10/19/2015
Quicken Loans Arena; Cleveland, OH
$4.00 NBA Preseason: Indiana Pacers at Cleveland Cavaliers — 10/15/2015
Quicken Loans Arena; Cleveland, OH
$5.00 Sacramento Kings at Cleveland Cavaliers — 02/08/2016
Quicken Loans Arena; Cleveland, OH
$5.00 Phoenix Suns at Cleveland Cavaliers — 01/27/2016
Quicken Loans Arena; Cleveland, OH
$6.00 Utah Jazz at Cleveland Cavaliers — 11/10/2015
Quicken Loans Arena; Cleveland, OH
$6.00 Denver Nuggets at Cleveland Cavaliers — 03/21/2016
Quicken Loans Arena; Cleveland, OH
$6.00 Cleveland Cavaliers at Philadelphia 76ers — 01/05/2015
Wells Fargo Center PA; Philadelphia, PA
$6.00 NBA Preseason: Toronto Raptors at Cleveland Cavaliers — 10/13/2016
Quicken Loans Arena; Cleveland, OH
$6.00 Charlotte Hornets at Cleveland Cavaliers — 02/24/2016
Quicken Loans Arena; Cleveland, OH

Best and Most Expensive Cleveland Cavaliers Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$15,000.00Cleveland Cavaliers at Toronto Raptors — 11/25/2015
Air Canada Centre; Toronto, ON
$2,687.00Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors — 12/25/2015
Oracle Arena; Oakland, CA
$1,550.00NBA Finals: TBD at Cleveland Cavaliers - Home Game 4 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 06/17/2015
Quicken Loans Arena; Cleveland, OH
$1,465.00NBA Finals: Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors - Game 7 (If Necessary) — 06/19/2015
Oracle Arena; Oakland, CA
$1,250.00NBA Eastern Conference Finals: TBD at Cleveland Cavaliers - Home Game 4 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 06/01/2015
Quicken Loans Arena; Cleveland, OH
$1,073.00NBA Finals: Golden State Warriors at Cleveland Cavaliers - Game 6 — 06/16/2015
Quicken Loans Arena; Cleveland, OH
$1,015.00Cleveland Cavaliers at Toronto Raptors — 02/26/2016
Air Canada Centre; Toronto, ON
$948.00Cleveland Cavaliers at Denver Nuggets — 12/29/2015
Pepsi Center; Denver, CO
$858.00NBA Finals: Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors - Game 1 — 06/04/2015
Oracle Arena; Oakland, CA
$749.00NBA Finals: Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors - Game 2 — 06/07/2015
Oracle Arena; Oakland, CA
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