So, it's come to Game 7. Sigh. And while we know the entire thing is rigged, we all still want to go to Sunday's do-or-die NBA Finals game at Oracle Arena against the Cleveland Cavaliers anyway. Tickets are still available, but are going fast. So, you're surely wondering, how much do they cost (besides the obvious "a lot," that is)?
Although tickets don't go on sale to the general public until 5:00 p.m. today, pre-sale has already begun and tickets are popping up on third-party sites likes Vivid Seats.
At the time of this writing, the cheapest seat available via that site is a pair of $783 tickets (not including fees) in Section 221 (9th row). But what about the most expensive? Other than a single ticket listed for $969,950 in Section 114 which we assume has to be some sort of error of someone playing a cruel joke, the most expensive tickets are clocking in at $50,910 for floor seats.
CBS 5 reports that the median price of tickets is $3,016. For comparison, the channel points out that the median ticket for Game 5 (where the Warriors could have clinched the championship in Oakland with a win) was $1,200.
Sunday's game starts at 5:00 p.m., and, as like most of the world you probably won't be at Oracle, get yourself to one of the 15 best bars in SF specifically for watching the Warriors win.
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