Score discounted Houston Rockets tickets

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Get yourself to Toyota Center for a Houston Rockets home game and save money on your tickets.

If you love the Rockets, but hope to keep some of your prized dollars in your pockets, there are two resources that can help you score discounted Houston Rockets tickets.

Buy your Neighbor’s Tickets on TicketNetwork’s resale market

houston-rockets-tickets-discounts-ticketspot.pngTicketNetwork is an online ticket marketplace where people who have already bought game, concert or event tickets can offer them up for sale. Although this means that prices may be high for sold out events, it also means that you can usually get better seats or cheaper tickets for games and events that have not sold out. It’s safe, secure and easier than trying to find tickets on Craig’s List.

You can usually still find tickets on the day of the game. And since most Houston Rockets games are not sold out and its common to find seats on TicketNetwork’s resale market for prices as low as $10.

Click here or click the TicketNetwork Tickets button to check out prices for upcoming Houston Rockets games.

Bid on Tickets from ScoreBig

houston-rockets-tickets-discounts-toyota-scorebigScoreBig allows you to bid for event tickets and save as much as 60% off box office prices, even for events which are officially “sold out.” You can select the section you want to sit in, select the number of people in your party, and then enter the price you’re willing to pay. When you’re bidding, the website tells you how likely your bid is to be accepted and offers estimates of other successful bids for the same seating section.

Most tickets for Houston Rockets games can be successfully bought at a 10% to 30% discount. Click here or click the ScoreBig Tickets button to test out possibly bidding prices for discounted tickets to Houston Rockets games. First time ScoreBig buyers typically receive an additional discount off their purchase.

Houston Rockets Home Games at Toyota Center


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