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This is a post courtesy of our friends at TiqIQ, previewing Sixers ticket prices in December.

Sixers tickets at home are now $106 on average – up 22% from opening night.

With December here and Philadelphia looking ahead, let’s take a look at their final four home games leading into the new year:

12/7 vs. Denver Nuggets | Avg: $61 | Get-in: $10

The no-name Denver Nuggets come to down on the seventh, as they keep competing and finding ways to win despite lacking serious star power. This could be a great game for Thaddeus Young and Spencer Hawes, as Denver is atrocious at defending the basket. It’s also coming in as a fantastic value buy (42% under the home average) and is a game Philly can surely escape from with a win.

12/9 vs. LA Clippers | Avg: $83  | Get-in: $14

Chris Paul and Blake Griffin bring ‘Lob City’ to Philly on the ninth, as Philly tries to keep pace with the Clips’ high-flying offense. This won’t be an easy one to get a win in, but L.A. is slightly under-manned without shooting specialist J.J. Redick, while their defense has been pretty bad. It should be an offensive explosion all the way around, while the value is absolutely there with this one being 22% cheaper than the 76ers’ home average.

12/14 vs. Portland Trail Blazers | Avg: $78 | Get-in: $11 

Portland is off to a fiery start and is being regarded as one of the best teams right now. Philly has the benefit of getting this contest at home in mid-December, but 76ers fans will know they won’t be favorites. With that said, it’s a fantastic measuring stick with the likes of Damian Lillard and Lamarcus Aldridge coming to town, while it’s actually at a solid value – 26% below Philly’s home average.

12/20 vs. Brooklyn Nets | Avg: $111 | Get-in: $21

The expensive ticket price for a struggling Nets game is a slight surprise, but it’s a game the 76ers should have a decent chance of winning. Also, while the Nets are losing games and trying to find their way, they at least bring a ton of star power with the likes of Deron Williams, Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett.