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Save on Pacers Tickets with These Great Deals

Can’t get enough basketball? Fortunately, there’s still a month left of the Indiana Pacers’ regular season at Bankers Life Fieldhouse this year. And there are several of promotions going on right now that will get you a good seat for a good price. Here are a few:

  • Lucas Oil Family Nights: Tickets ($13-$28) include a t-shirt, hot dog, chips and a Pepsi product. Dates: April 7 (vs. Celtics) and April 21 (76ers), 7 p.m.
  • Two for Tuesday: Every Tuesday home game, tickets are buy one/get one free. Date: April 3 (Knicks), 7 p.m.
  • College Nights: Every Wednesday home game, college students can purchase a balcony level ticket for $10 (regularly $28) and get a free gift. College i.d. required. Date: April 25 (Bulls).
  • The G2 Zone: For $135, fans attend five games, sit in the G2 section, get a special t-shirt and towel, and an invitation to a special event featuring George Hill and Paul George. Dates: March 23 and 29, April 9, 16, and 23.

And since the Pacers are poised to make the playoffs, consider purchasing tickets as part of the “Stretch Run Package.” Buy tickets to any five games between now and when the regular season concludes on April 25, and you’ll receive presale access to playoff tickets. Balcony seats start at $19.

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