This year, the NCAA tournament's East regional is holding Sweet 16 games at The World's Most Famous Home Of Bad Basketball Teams, historic(ish) Madison Square Garden. The price for one of the good seats? On average, $1,100. And that isn't even getting into the floor seats.
Just a few days ago, you'd have had a better chance of finding a reasonably priced one-bedroom in Manhattan than you would've of scoring Super Bowl tickets for less than a mortgage payment or ten. For those who were able to hold off a few days, though, the savings are likely in the thousands.
Going to an NBA game can be damn expensive, or it can be incredibly cheap, depending on which city you're in and where you want to sit. But which cities and teams will let you see a game from a decent seat for less than your car payment?
Want to know when to score the cheapest resale tickets for your home team? Chances are, it's when the Bobcats, Magic, or Suns are in town. An analysis of ticket prices (as of Dec. 16) on Vivid Seats reveals that Charlotte is the worst road draw in the NBA—on average, a visit from the Bobcats results in a 36 percent…