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Miami Heat Individual Game Tickets Go On Sale Wednesday

Basketball season is getting closer by the day and that means another fun year watching Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat.


DENVER - SEPTEMBER 14: Sherri Adams, of Arvada, Colorado enters the staduim as the San Diego Chargers face the Denver Broncos during NFL action at Invesco Field at Mile High on September 14, 2008 in Denver, Colorado. Adams hat has tickets displayed from 35 years of being a Broncos season ticket holder. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Denver Broncos Advise Fans To Purchase ‘Real’ Championship Game Tickets

For those that want to attend the AFC Championship Game, making sure to purchase legitimate tickets is a big deal. Counterfeits are more popular all the time, especially as the playoffs arrive.


The BRIT Awards 2011 - Outside Arrivals

Miami Grandma Robbed Of $1700 Bieber Tickets, Learns Harsh Lesson

Miami Grandmother Gema Ruiz wanted to make this Christmas a very special one for her granddaughter, 7-year-old Amanda.


LeBron James #6 of the Miami Heat reacts during Game Five of the 2012 NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and the Oklahoma City Thunder  at American Airlines Arena on June 21, 2012 in Miami, Florida.  (Photo by Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images)

Heat Holding Public Scrimmage On Wednesday

Almost every South Florida sports fan would love to watch the Miami Heat, but how about being able to do it for free?

CBS Miami–09/28/2012


Heat Individual Game Tickets Go On Sale Friday

Miami Heat fans looking to get a chance to see the defending NBA champions on the court will get their chance to buy individual tickets starting Friday at 10 a.m.

CBS Miami–09/24/2012

Dolphins Individual Game Tickets On Sale Friday

While training camp remains around a month and a half away for the Miami Dolphins; Fins fans can start buying individual game tickets starting Friday morning at 10:00 a.m.

CBS Miami–06/28/2012

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Ticketmaster Targeting Scalpers

Ticketmaster, the long maligned primary provider of tickets to events, announced Monday it will introduce technology to let artists and sports teams raise or lower ticket prices to reflect demand when tickets first go on sale.