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The usually dominant regular season team, the Miami Heat, are fighting for their playoff life as the season closes. The Heat are looking to win some games and carry that momentum into the playoffs to make a deep run. Get your Miami Heat tickets and head down to the American Airlines Arena!

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The best way to purchase Miami Heat tickets is to go directly to the specific Miami Heat page. There you will find the entire schedule for the Heat 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 of the page. After finding a seat, you can flip through the pictures taken from each seating chart for AmericanAirlines Arena that provides a seat view of every possible seat 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 AmericanAirlines Arena provide a convenient way to preview everything about your experience so that you are completely informed before making your game purchase.


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Purchasing tickets for the Miami Heat when the team is on the road is simple. Check the schedule for the night that they will be in town and go to the Miami Heat 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.


There a couple simple ways to be notified when Heat tickets go on sale. They are usually able to be purchased a few months before the opening game. It is also possible to setup a personal price alert for both a team or a specific game, so that you can know right away if any game information has changed. Rukkus is one of the first companies to display tickets for a NBA game at AmericanAirlines Arena. If you can’t find the information that you are looking for, don’t hesitate to email our team over at:


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AmericanAirlines Arena has been home to the Miami Heat since the 1999 season. Oracle Arena is known around the NBA as providing the home-team Heat with one of the best home court advantages in the NBA, due to the crowds high noise level and passion for the Miami Heat franchise.


The Miami Heat have seen many NBA legends don the fiery red and yellow that make up the team’s colors. Some of these greats include Jamal Mashburn aka Monster Mash, Eddie Jones, Grant Long, Steve Smith, Chris Bosh, Tim Hardaway, Glen Rice, Shaquille O’Neal, Dwyane Wade, and of course- LeBron James. These players helped create a culture of great basketball that is now part of the Miami vibe.


The Miami Heat is a relatively young team and were crowned NBA champions in 2006 as well as going back to back in 2012 and 2013. The Heat is a member of the league’s Eastern Conference Southeast Division and have won 5 conference titles in 2006, 2007, 2011, 2012, and 2013. They’ve also held 11 division titles in 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014.

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If a thrilling day of live NBA action and an enthusiastic environment is what you’re looking for, a Miami Heat game is the perfect event. The Heat have an intriguing lineup, as their talented star players and experienced veterans are on display in downtown Miami, Florida. Take a break from the hot Miami sun and join the Heat instead! Get your Miami Heat tickets today!

The Heat have always had the full support of “hoops” fans in the Miami area. They play an exciting brand of basketball, including a gritty defense that blocks shots and steals the ball in the blink of an eye. On the other side of the ball, the young and athletic players acquired through free agency and the NBA Draft make for an explosive offense that gives opponents headaches. Don’t miss the chance to see a live Miami Heat game!

The city of Miami is a terrific host for their NBA team. The experience of attending a Heat game is bolstered by the fun atmosphere both inside and out of American Airlines Arena. Pre-game activities can be found outside of the stadium, as fans barbeque in the parking lots and enjoy the festivities. The stadium is also terrific inside, and hosts almost 20,000 basketball fans comfortably. Grab yourself tickets to this venue and come join the fun!

Excellent basketball, a fantastic stadium facility, and an electric atmosphere come standard with a trip to the American Airlines Arena. The Miami Heat provide entertainment for thousands when they take the court to battle their fierce opposition. Come join Heat fans as they cheer on their team for a night filled with thrilling NBA action. Get your Heat tickets today!

Miami Heat Overview

Those that remember the moments that occurred following LeBron James’ July 2010 championship declaration (“not four, not five, not six….”) are forgetting a ups and downs this franchise faced in the years prior.

The first season of this expansion franchise, 1988-89, was certainly one to forget. Led by head coach Ron Rothstein, the Heat lost their first 17 games – ultimately finishing 15-67. It would be much the same story for the next two years. Miami was 11th and 13th in the conference, respectively, and well out of playoff contention.

Their initial taste of the postseason would come in 1991-92 under new head man Kevin Loughery. However, it would be a trial by fire. The Heat got the eighth (and final) seed in the East, only to be swept out in the first round by the eventual champion Chicago Bulls.

It was apparent that Miami was slowly progressing into a worthy NBA team. But the biggest steps came in 1995. Alonzo Mourning was acquired from Charlotte. Pat Riley, of “Showtime” Lakers fame, had departed his head coaching gig with the New York Knicks to take the same position with the Heat.

What followed would be an intense five-year rivalry – featuring four playoff battles. It started in 1997. The Knicks built a 3-2 series lead in the Eastern Conference Semifinals. Miami took charge in Game 5 and held a large lead before a fight – initiated by P.J. Brown – led to many players unnecessarily leaving the bench to participate in the melee. Suspensions were handed down – and the Knicks were worse off because of them.

The Heat were re-energized. And although they would eventually lose the Conference Finals in five games to Chicago, their comeback win over the Knicks was the highlight of their brief history at the time.

Miami was the No. 2 seed in the East for the second straight season. This time, the Heat met the Knicks in a first-round best-of-five duel. And it would be New York coming out on top, winning the decisive fifth game on Miami’s home floor.

History repeated itself in 1999. The Heat gained the top seed in the lockout-shortened 1999 campaign. But the Knicks weren’t your average No. 8. They went toe-to-toe with Riley’s formidable bunch, but Miami held a tenuous one-point edge in Game 5. Allan Houston, though, broke Heat hearts with a last-second shot. Miami became just the second team in NBA history to lose a first-round series as a No. 1 seed.

The Heat had a shot at evening the score in the 2000 Conference semis. New York and Miami split the first two at American Airlines Arena, then split the next two at Madison Square Garden. Back-and-forth they went – all leading to yet another deciding game. In a hard-fought Game 7 at home, the Heat still couldn’t come through. The Knicks advanced, 83-82.

Had the window closed on Mourning and Riley leading the Head to the Promised Land?

The following years seemed to indicate that. They regressed to a 36-win effort for 2001-02, just 25 wins for 2002-03.

But with the bad finish comes a high draft pick. And most successful teams win through the draft. Miami proved to be one of them. The 2003 NBA Draft wasn’t lacking for star power. LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony were sure to be future All-Stars. And while James went to Cleveland (for the time being) and ‘Melo landed with Denver, the Heat (who had the No. 5 selection) took Marquette’s Dwyane Wade.

The guard made an immediate impact. Miami won a playoff series in 2003-04, and with the help of Shaquille O’Neal earned the top overall seed for the 2005 playoffs. The NBA Finals were just out of reach – as the Heat lost the Eastern Conference Finals in seven to the Detroit Pistons.

The unfinished business that was 2005 would be fulfilled many times over in 2006. Pat Riley had jumped back into the head coaching position following the curious resignation of Stan Van Gundy just 21 games into the season.

Miami got Detroit in a return to the Eastern Conference Finals – and, this time, prevailed in six for the franchise’s first trip to the title series.

But the maiden voyage into the NBA Finals was a wobbly one. The Heat’s opponent, the Dallas Mavericks, came away from the first two games with a sweep at home. Dallas carried that momentum into Game 3 at American Airlines Arena, and maintained a double-digit advantage into the second half.

It was around that time when Dwayne Wade took over (and grew up, in the process). He led a Heat comeback – not just in that game, but in the series. Miami won all three contests at home (including Wade’s 43-point performance in Game 5), then proceeded to close it out in Dallas.

With five blocks from Mourning, 12 rebounds from Shaq, and 36 points from D-Wade, the Heat had just enough for a 95-92 victory and their first ring.

Riley had won his fifth championship as head coach, and had a superstar shooter who was just beginning to blossom. However, the structure around them started to crumble. Injuries to O’Neal and others turned 2006-07 into a disappointment.

The next season was even worse: a 15-67 mark that ended with Riley stepping down as head coach. Now leading them on the bench would be Erik Spoelstra, an unknown who would soon turn into one of the NBA’s most scrutinized at his profession.

Even with a high draft pick in 2008, the Heat couldn’t make any headway over the next two seasons. A pair of first round exits was proof that Miami was spinning its wheels rather than going forward.

The 2010 off-season featured the biggest pool of free agents ever. The most notable name was LeBron James. Constantly courted and wooed by seemingly every significant NBA team, James made his “Decision” in front of a nationally-televised audience. Would it be New York? Chicago? Los Angeles? Would he stay in Cleveland?

LeBron, as he put, “took his talents to South Beach.” He would join forces with Wade and fellow free agent signee Chris Bosh (formerly of the Toronto Raptors) to form a “Big Three.” Expectations weren’t just sky high, they were over the moon. The pressure cooker, especially on LeBron and his new head coach, couldn’t have been at a higher level.

In the four seasons that LeBron spent in Miami, the Heat went to the NBA Finals in each of them. They won back-to-back titles in 2012 and 2013 – the latter coming in dramatic fashion with a last-gasp effort in Game 6. James would not only win the league MVP awards for both years, he took a pair of Finals MVP trophies home as well.

Many critics will point to the two titles he and the Heat should have won – 2011 and 2014. But those same critics can’t scoff at the difficulty of reaching the NBA’s title series in four straight years – no matter what kinds of talent the squad possesses.

When LeBron chose to return to the Cavaliers in July 2014, Miami got to experience what Cleveland felt in 2010. And the Heat felt the brunt of King James’ loss instantly – missing the playoffs in 2014-15.

And thus brings about an element of sports that’s always present: unpredictability. That’s what continues to make the Miami Heat an interesting watch as they go through another valley in their brief, but distinguished NBA tenure.

Miami Heat Lineup

  • Chris Andersen
  • Chris Bosh
  • Shannon Brown
  • Mario Chalmers
  • Norris Cole
  • Andre Dawkins
  • Luol Deng
  • James Ennis
  • Danny Granger
  • Justin Hamilton
  • Udonis Haslem
  • Josh McRoberts
  • Shabazz Napier
  • Dwyane Wade
  • Shawne Williams

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Cheap Miami Heat Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 NBA Preseason: Charlotte Hornets at Miami Heat — 10/09/2017
AmericanAirlines Arena; Miami, FL
$3.00 Orlando Magic at Miami Heat — 04/13/2015
AmericanAirlines Arena; Miami, FL
$3.00 Miami Heat at Memphis Grizzlies — 12/11/2017
FedExForum; Memphis, TN
$3.00 Washington Wizards at Miami Heat — 12/19/2014
AmericanAirlines Arena; Miami, FL
$4.00 Miami Heat at Washington Wizards — 01/20/2016
Verizon Center; Washington, DC
$4.00 Miami Heat at Detroit Pistons — 02/03/2015
Palace of Auburn Hills; Auburn Hills, MI
$4.00 Miami Heat at Utah Jazz — 12/12/2014
Vivint Smart Home Arena; Salt Lake City, UT
$4.00 NBA Preseason: Orlando Magic at Miami Heat — 10/07/2014
AmericanAirlines Arena; Miami, FL
$4.00 Orlando Magic at Miami Heat — 02/05/2018
AmericanAirlines Arena; Miami, FL
$4.00 Miami Heat at Minnesota Timberwolves — 02/04/2015
Target Center; Minneapolis, MN

Best and Most Expensive Miami Heat Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$48,500.00NBA Finals: TBD at Miami Heat - Home Game 2 (If Necessary) — 06/07/2015
AmericanAirlines Arena; Miami, FL
$15,885.00NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals: Miami Heat at Toronto Raptors - Game 1 — 05/03/2016
Air Canada Centre; Toronto, ON
$2,104.00NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals: TBD at Miami Heat - Home Game 4 — 05/15/2016
AmericanAirlines Arena; Miami, FL
$1,792.00Miami Heat at New York Knicks — 11/27/2015
Madison Square Garden; New York, NY
$1,458.00Miami Heat at Boston Celtics — 02/27/2016
TD Garden; Boston, MA
$1,132.00NBA Finals: TBD at Miami Heat Home Game 4 — 06/19/2016
AmericanAirlines Arena; Miami, FL
$1,119.00Miami Heat at Brooklyn Nets — 12/16/2015
Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
$630.00NBA Finals: TBD at Miami Heat - Home Game 1 (If Necessary) — 06/04/2015
AmericanAirlines Arena; Miami, FL
$622.00NBA Finals: TBD at Miami Heat - Home Game 4 (If Necessary) — 06/18/2015
AmericanAirlines Arena; Miami, FL
$570.00NBA Finals: TBD at Miami Heat - Home Game 3 (If Necessary) — 06/14/2015
AmericanAirlines Arena; Miami, FL