NBA, MOA Arena release ticket details for preseason game in Manila

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MANILA – Officials of the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the Mall of Asia Arena officially released information about the tickets for the upcoming NBA Global Games Philippines 2013 that will take place in Manila on October 10.

In a press conference early Friday morning, Carlo Singson – NBA Asia Country Manager of the Philippines – along with Arnel C. Gonzales, Business Unit Head of Mall of Asia Arena, announced that the ticket prices for the exhibition game between the Houston Rockets and Indiana Pacers will range from P550 to P32,300 and will be sold starting on June 16 at 10am.

According to Ms. Nicole Deato, Marketing and Sponsorship Head of Mall of Asia Arena and SM Tickets, a total of 16,000 tickets will be made available to the public at these prices: P 550 for section E, P4200 for section D, P8400 for section C, P27,000 for premium B, and P32,300 for premium A.

Tickets can be purchased at any SM Cinema branch or online at www.smtickets.com.

The exhibition game is a part of the league's 2013-14 marquee international preseason schedule.

 

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