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Celtics Tickets On Sale Today

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The Boston Celtics began selling individual tickets for the 2010-2011 season Friday at 11 AM. With a star-studded roster, the Celtics will be looking to contend for a title for the fourth straight season.

Fans may purchase tickets by logging on to Celtics.com, by calling 1-800-4NBATIX or by visiting the TD Garden box office. Tickets start at $10 for upper balcony seating. There is a four-ticket limit per game per customer, and a two-ticket limit on all $10 seats.

A limited number of premium seating season tickets and game suite rentals are available by calling the Celtics sales office at 866-4CELTIX or by visiting Celtics.com.

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