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Nets tickets under $20 via app and Brokelyn offer

Hey, an 11/15/16 Sponsored post (Get these sweet exclusive ticket deals to upcoming Nets games!) on Brokelyn, that site for hipsters who seek budget fun, offers a deal for "our hometown heroes, the Brooklyn Nets... exclusively available through the brand-new Brooklyn Nets app."

There's a three-game offer for $59:
  • L.A. Clippers on 11/29
  • L.A. Lakers on 12/14
  • Philadelphia 76ers on 1/8
And a five-game offer for $89:
  • Milwaukee Bucks on 12/1
  • L.A.Lakers on 12/14
  • Philadelphia 76ers on 1/8
  • Houston Rockets on 1/15
  • Indiana Pacers on 2/3
That's less than $20 a ticket, which is a good price, given that Clippers resale tickets start at $22 and Bucks tickets start at $25. And Brokelyn promises "spots that normally cost more than twice as much," which suggests that attendance can't support the list prices.

Then again, when Brokelyn--one of its regularly contributors writing this Sponsored post--says the Barclays Center "has the best food options of any NYC sports venue, making it essentially Smorgasburg and sports all in one," that's ignoring the un-Brokelyn-esque food prices.