Want to go to Oracle Arena on Saturday night to see the Warriors take on the Thunder?
You better have saved up.
On NBATickets.com, the cheapest ticket is $185.
The most expensive? Seats 143 and 144 in Row A of the "VIP" section (courtside) are listed at $12,270... each.
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"Anecdotally, I can tell you that we are receiving more requests for this game than we have received for any game in my 14 years with the Warriors, besides last year's Finals games," Brandon Schneider, Senior VP of Business Development for the Warriors, told Ron Leuty of the San Francisco Business Times.
"No unusual requests," Raymond Ridder, Warriors VP of Communications, said in an email to Leuty. "Just tremendous demand for tickets and media."
With lots of visitors in town for Super Bowl week, combined with the fact the Warriors (45-4) are squaring off against the Thunder (38-13), it is understandable why the resale market for the game is exploding.
It certainly doesn't hurt that a report surfaced this week claiming that if Kevin Durant elects to leave the Thunder in free agency in July, that the Warriors are the "significant frontrunners" to land the 2014 NBA MVP.
Steph Curry, who will be attending the Super Bowl to support his hometown Carolina Panthers, also added some intrigue to Saturday's showdown.
"It'll be a good 48 hours. A win and a win," Curry declared last week.
According to StubHub.com, the cheapest ticket for Super Bowl 50 is $2,945, with the most expensive checking in at $14,500.