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looking to buy 3-6 tickets Bobcats/Hornets 12/29

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Anyone have tickets or a good source for tickets to this game? A friend of mine wants to go for his birthday. The only basketball game I have ever been to, is when my high school played Jermaine O'Neal when I was in like 11th grade, I think. I am not looking to spend a ton of money right here at Christmas, but I also dont want a really bad seat. Just not sure what or where good and bad seats are in the Basketball arena.

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not really a bad seat in the arena, i actually prefer to sit up top and they go for dirt cheap. you can get those for less than 5 bucks on stub-hub

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Agree with kman72. Check out Stuhbub. Sec 116 is as low as $40.

http://www.stubhub.com/charlotte-bobcats-tickets/charlotte-bobcats-charlotte-time-warner-cable-arena-12-29-2012-4120014/

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