Tickets for the NBA Finals reached record highs

Hold in your wallet! The 2024 NBA Finals between the Dallas Mavericks and the Boston Celtics are here, and so are the eye-watering ticket prices. On CheckChoosethe cheapest tickets for the seven-match series start at whopping $793 for game 1rising to astronomical $1,737for game 7. And fans? Well, they have some thoughts.

One stunned fan couldn’t help but make a comparison to another hot ticket: “Damn. These kids got 2x-3x tickets to see Taylor Swift and she is doing this 150 nights this year‘ they exclaimed. While Taylor Swift’The concert tickets officially vary between $49 And $499the resale market could see them rise $1000 or more: a fate NBA Finals Tickets certainly not escape.

Interestingly enough, some fans noticed a anomaly in pricing. “Game 6 costs more than Game 7???one incredulous fan commented, adding another layer of confusion to the already high prices.

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For those keeping score, Forbes reports that secondary market prices for Game 1 have already been hit $900 and are expected to climb even higher. Cards for game 2 start at $931of Games 3 and 4 rising to $1,327 And $1,987 respectively. The series is around average $4,150 per ticket, making it the second highest History of the NBA Finals.

Despite the financial pressure, the Outsidersdirected by Kyrie Irving And Luka Doncic, have stormed into the play-offs with a vengeance. With strong support from players like Daniel Gafford,Dereck Vivid IIAnd PJWashingtonthe team is ready for an exciting confrontation against the Celts. Boston, which boasts the best offensive and defensive ratings in the league, will feature stars like Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum, Jrue Holiday, Derrick Whiteand the return Kristaps Porzingis.

As fans weigh their options between spending money on a ticket or enjoying the action from the comfort of home, one thing is certain: this series will be a blockbuster.