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After coming off one of the worst season in franchise history the 76ers look to rebuild around their third overall draft pick Jahil Okafor. The team is now stocked with young raw talent who should be able to turn this storied franchise around. Get Philadelphia 76ers tickets and head to the Wells Fargo Center to see these young guns in action.

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How do I buy the best price Philadelphia 76ers tickets?

The best way to purchase Sixers tickets is to go directly to the specific Philadelphia 76ers page. There you will find the entire schedule for the 76ers 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 the Wells Fargo Center 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 views will give you the ability to see exactly what the view of the game will be from your seat. The interactive seating charts of Wells Fargo Center provide a convenient way to preview everything about your experience so that you are completely informed before making your game purchase.

How much do Philadelphia 76ers tickets cost?

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Can I buy away tickets for the 76ers?

Purchasing tickets for the Philadelphia 76ers when they are on the road is simple. Check the schedule for the night that they will be in town and go to the Philadelphia 76ers 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 Philadelphia 76ers tickets go on sale?

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Can I purchase home game tickets for the 76ers?

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What makes Wells Fargo Center special?

The Wells Fargo Center is a part of the South Philadelphia Sports Complex, which also houses Lincoln Financial Field, Citizens Bank Park and Xfinity Live!. The Wells Fargo Center is located is South Philly, right off the water and downtown of some of Philadelphia’s largest hot spots. Whether you are there for the game or the food, the Wells Fargo Center will not disappoint.

Who are some marquee players that have been a part of the Philadelphia 76ers team in the past?

The Philadelphia 76ers have had many great players over the year, some who are said to have defined their generation. Players such as Charles Barkley, Allen Iverson, Wilt Chamberlain, Maurice Cheeks, Julius Erving, Hal Greer, and Moses Malone all played vital roles in shaping the 76ers organization to what it is today.

How have the Philadelphia 76ers performed historically?

Before they were the Philadelphia 76ers, they were the Syracuse Nationals of the National Basketball League, meaning the Philadelphia 76ers have a long and storied history. The franchise has won three total titles, but have not won one since 1983 when they had Moses Malone and Julius Erving. To go along with their three championships, the Philadelphia 76ers have also won the Conference Title a total of nine times.

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There is no better sight than an NBA game in beautiful Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Come join the thousands of 76ers fans that make these games into incredible experiences. The “Sixers” are a fast, young team that comes out to prove itself during every game. The home crowd at the Wells Fargo Center supports their team enthusiastically and the atmosphere in the arena is phenomenal. Get your Philadelphia 76ers tickets today and be part of the experience!

The 76ers play fast-paced basketball that shows off their talented athletes and wears down their opposition. The offense is highlighted by shifty young forwards and tall, powerful players near the hoop. Defensively, the 76ers make it difficult for their opponents to score by making terrific plays at the basket. The action on the court is non-stop and is something that you need to see for yourself. Come and experience the thrill of live NBA action!

The Wells Fargo Center also adds to the excitement of the NBA action. The home crowd is notorious for creating a noisy and boisterous atmosphere. The environment has even been known to affect the opposition’s play on the court because of the loud crowd noise. The Wells Fargo Center is a fantastic host for an NBA game and is a must-see facility for all basketball fans.

Terrific action on the court, a gorgeous stadium facility, and a festive mood are guaranteed at the Wells Fargo Center in “Philly”. The talented athletes will impress you with highlight-reel plays and a passionate approach to the game. The rowdy “Sixers” home crowd is sure to amaze you with the energy and intensity in the building. Get your 76ers tickets today and be a part of the action!

Philadelphia 76ers Franchise History

When you look at the 76ers of the present, if you even bear to watch them at all, it is certainly not a representation of what the team has meant to the city and its imprint on NBA history. While it does resemble the nine-win club that set a new league mark for futility in a single season, the Sixers have had plenty more good years than bad – with Hall of Famers and role players at the forefront.

What continues in Philly began in Syracuse. The Syracuse Nationals, as they were known, started in 1946 – as part of the National Basketball League. After a few less-than-mediocre seasons, the team saw a turnaround once it joined the NBA in 1949. Dolph Schayes led them to a league-best 51-13 record. The success continued through the Eastern Division playoffs and into the NBA Finals.

There, the Nats would meet their match in the form of George Mikan and the Minneapolis Lakers – losing in six games. This ending would reoccur in 1954, only this would be a seven-game defeat.

Syracuse bounced back for the 1954-55 campaign with another division title and other postseason appearance. After beating the Celtics to advance to the NBA Finals once again, only the Fort Wayne Pistons stood in the Nationals’ way.

Each game was highly competitive, but Fort Wayne took a 3-2 series edge heading back home. Despite being on enemy turf, the Nationals won Games 6 and 7 – the ladder a 92-91 victory in which allegations surfaced that some Pistons players conspired to throw the series. Nevertheless, Syracuse had its first franchise title.

Under the Syracuse Nationals’ banner, the team wouldn’t get as close to an NBA Finals again. In 1963, they couldn’t hold a 2-1 series edge on the Cincinnati Royals. The Nats dropped Game 5 at home in overtime, and it wouldn’t be long before they wouldn’t never call Syracuse home anymore.

New owners Irv Kosloff and Ike Richman transported the team to Philadelphia, and the 76ers were born. They would soon trade for their new franchise player – already a hometown legend. Formerly of the Philadelphia Warriors, Wilt Chamberlain – who dominated playgrounds and opposing high schools in Philly, then towered over his competition in college at Kansas – was re-writing the record books in the NBA.

Chamberlain alone is a scary sight for an opponent. He was gaining help, too, in the form of Hal Greer, Chet Walker and Lucious Jackson. The 1964-65 season ended with a Game 7 Eastern Conference Finals loss to Boston, punctuated by John Havlicek’s steal of a Greer inbound pass late in the going.

The 1966-67 campaign would go the way of the Sixers right from the start. They began the year with 46 wins in their first 50 games and would finish with 68 wins (an all-time record at the time). No team could stop them – not even the mighty Celtics. The Sixers ended Boston’s eight-year hold on the NBA crown and would wear it this time for themselves. Philly took down the Warriors in six, and were declared one of the greatest teams in league history.

From the top of the mountain…to the bottom of the barrel. The Sixers would slowly fade from championship contention, trade away Chamberlain, and attain another record (this one, not so ceremonious). Philadelphia finished 1972-73 with a 9-73 mark – 59 games behind division champ Boston.

The Sixers couldn’t go anywhere but up. And the slow climb back to respectability would soon begin. They reached the playoffs in 1976, but were in need of a bigger piece to drive them forward. Thanks in part to the ABA-NBA merger, several big name stars from the alternate league were now available.

Philly got the biggest star of all. Julius Erving, who dazzled with the New York Nets, was taking his showmanship and other-worldly talents down the Jersey Turnpike. Instantly, Philadelphia was a title threat.

In reaching the NBA Finals again, the Sixers’ high-flying artistry went in direct contract with their opponent: the team-oriented Portland Trailblazers. Led by Bill Walton, the Blazers recovered from an 0-2 hole to win four straight and the championship.

Erving and company would miss out on this ring, but get several chances to redeem themselves.

There would be 1980 – a year in which the 76ers defeated rookie Larry Bird and the Celtics, only to lose to rookie Magic Johnson and the Lakers in the NBA Finals.

One year later, it was Bird who led a charge from 3-1 down in the Eastern Conference Finals.

The 1982 Eastern Conference Finals seemed like déjà vu. Philly had returned, and it saw its 3-1 advantage on Boston begin to slip away again. Two straight Celtic wins forced another Game 7 at Boston Garden. But, this time, Andrew Toney would make sure the reoccurring nightmare would end, scoring 34 points.

The Sixers had overcome the Celtics, but could not yet take down L.A. The Lakers bested them in six. It became quite clear that Philadelphia needed one more piece in order to fill that championship void.

Enter Moses Malone.

The former Houston Rockets center was the last piece of the puzzle and helped to create a magical year at The Spectrum. Philadelphia, coached by former player Billy Cunningham, ran roughshod through the regular season (65 wins), and didn’t let up in the playoffs. Malone’s declaration of “fo’, fo’, fo’” almost came to fruition. It took four to beat the Knicks and five to top Milwaukee. The Lakers were no match in the Finals, as the Sixers swept Los Angeles.

Call it a championship hangover for 1984. They lost to the upstart New Jersey Nets in the first round. A more appeasable result came the next season, as the Sixers returned to the Eastern Conference Finals. However, Erving, Malone and rookie Charles Barkley were ousted in five by Boston.

As the career of Erving concluded in 1987, and the tenure for Malone had concluded in 1986, Barkley became the face of the franchise. His rebounding ability and unique personality made him a must-watch. But he also induced controversy – with his comments, his actions and his dissatisfaction with coaches.

The team didn’t improve much with Barkley as the floor leader, and the last straw came when the club finished 1991-92 with a 35-47 mark. “Sir Charles” was dealt to the Phoenix Suns in exchange for three players. Unfortunately, this move didn’t help matters.

Philadelphia went through a litany of failures. But through these woes came a reward: the top pick in the 1996 NBA Draft. The Sixers made Allen Iverson their choice…and at last got something right.

Despite a 22-60 record in 1996-97, Iverson won Rookie of the Year and provided hope for a struggling franchise. More changes came in the form of Larry Brown as head coach. Brown, known for his ability to coax turnarounds, did just that.

Brown and Iverson clashed often, but the wins usually masked the tension. They both stuck with it – and were rewarded in 2001, when the Sixers made it back to the NBA Finals (with Iverson the league MVP). Philly took Game 1 from the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center, but that would turn out to be the high point.

Facing a team that was in the midst of a three-peat, Iverson’s one-man band couldn’t top Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal. The Lakers won in five games.

In the years since, the Sixers haven’t been past the Eastern Conference Semifinals. And since 2012-13, the team has been a combined 104 games under the .500 mark (including an 18-64 mark in 2014-15).

Sixers brass has traded away top young talent – including Rookie of the Year Michael Carter-Williams – with the hopes of accumulating even more draft picks. The stench of “tanking” runs rampant through the Wells Fargo Center these days, but that doesn’t tell the full story.

Those with a narrow view will see a franchise not intent on winning. While those with a broader perspective see a legacy of great teams and players. There have been far more good days than bad in the City of Brotherly Love.

Philadelphia 76ers Lineup

  • Michael Carter-Williams
  • Brandon Davies
  • Joel Embiid
  • Drew Gordon
  • Jerami Grant
  • Chris Johnson
  • Luc Richard Mbah a Moute
  • K.J. McDaniels
  • Nerlens Noel
  • Jason Richardson
  • JaKarr Sampson
  • Alexey Shved
  • Henry Sims
  • Malcolm Thomas
  • Hollis Thompson
  • Tony Wroten

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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: Philadelphia 76ers at Brooklyn Nets — 10/20/2014
Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
$2.00 Philadelphia 76ers at Indiana Pacers — 03/01/2015
Bankers Life Fieldhouse; Indianapolis, IN
$3.00 NBA Preseason: Philadelphia 76ers at Boston Celtics — 10/06/2014
TD Garden; Boston, MA
$3.00 Brooklyn Nets at Philadelphia 76ers — 11/26/2014
Wells Fargo Center PA; Philadelphia, PA
$3.00 NBA Preseason: Washington Wizards at Philadelphia 76ers — 10/16/2015
Wells Fargo Center PA; Philadelphia, PA
$3.00 Philadelphia 76ers at Memphis Grizzlies — 11/29/2015
FedExForum; Memphis, TN
$3.00 NBA Preseason: Philadelphia 76ers at Washington Wizards — 10/06/2015
Verizon Center; Washington, DC
$3.00 Philadelphia 76ers at Dallas Mavericks — 11/13/2014
American Airlines Center; Dallas, TX
$3.00 Philadelphia 76ers at Detroit Pistons — 12/06/2014
Palace of Auburn Hills; Auburn Hills, MI
$3.00 Philadelphia 76ers at New Orleans Pelicans — 01/26/2015
Smoothie King Center; New Orleans, LA

Best and Most Expensive Philadelphia 76ers Tickets

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$1,310.00Philadelphia 76ers at Memphis Grizzlies — 12/06/2016
FedExForum; Memphis, TN
$398.00Philadelphia 76ers at Charlotte Hornets — 11/20/2015
Spectrum Center; Charlotte, NC
$259.00Philadelphia 76ers at Toronto Raptors — 12/13/2015
Air Canada Centre; Toronto, ON
$246.00Philadelphia 76ers at New York Knicks — 01/18/2016
Madison Square Garden; New York, NY
$203.00Los Angeles Lakers at Philadelphia 76ers — 12/01/2015
Wells Fargo Center PA; Philadelphia, PA
$182.00Philadelphia 76ers at Denver Nuggets — 03/23/2016
Pepsi Center; Denver, CO
$162.00Golden State Warriors at Philadelphia 76ers — 01/30/2016
Wells Fargo Center PA; Philadelphia, PA
$146.00Miami Heat at Philadelphia 76ers — 03/04/2016
Wells Fargo Center PA; Philadelphia, PA
$124.00Philadelphia 76ers at Golden State Warriors — 03/14/2017
Oracle Arena; Oakland, CA
$122.00Philadelphia 76ers at New York Knicks — 11/22/2014
Madison Square Garden; New York, NY