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Reserve the Right for Celtics Playoff Tickets

That’s right, because this team is going to the playoffs. They have a gigantic division lead with 41 games to play. It should be a wrap.

The Celtics have introduced this risky system which allows fans to buy the right to get playoff tickets at face value when they go on sale. The catch is that the reserve purchase is non-refundable…

You can secure a spot for one or all four rounds of the playoffs. So if you pay whatever the reservation price (prices start at $31 overall) is for the NBA finals and the Celts lose in the Conference Championship, you lose your money. So if you wanna goto a playoff game no matter what, I suggest you purchase a reservation for the first round of the playoffs.

Once the tickets are “reserved” and the Celtics have clinched, you have a chance to purchase them at face value. This topic has been hot here on Sports of Boston and there’s a good reason. This is a sweet idea. If/when I make my purchase, I’ll be sure to let you know all the details.

More to come this weekend about the Celtics facing and beating their “past” and the Mid-Season Report Card as the team just finished its 41st game…

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