It's the hottest ticket in town!
With the Blazers preparing to have 8,000 fans in attendance for Game 3 and 4 of their first-round series against the Nuggets, it served as a reminder of just how much tickets can cost.
On the secondary market, such as StubHub, a pair of tickets at center court in section 112 at the Moda center are going for $896 each, which is more than double the original sale price.
Sitting in the lower-level, the cheapest ticket is going for $209.
For fans who are looking to be in the nosebleeds behind the basket, the lowest ticket is going for $95.
The closest section designated for vaccinated fans is lower-level center 113 for $554 each.
Higher up in the nosebleeds section, the price difference is evident for those vaccinated in comparison to those who aren’t.
In vaccinated sections 308 and 309, prices range from $101 each to $125. Whereas in section 310, tickets cost $177 each.
The most expensive vaccinated location is upper-level center section 301, with tickets costing $180 each. As for the cheapest, it’ll be upper-level baseline 328 at $91.
The Blazers aren’t the only team to have a price difference in vaccinated and unvaccinated sections. Such has been seen for example at the Barclays Center, where the Nets play.
With fans returning to the arena, the team is enforcing new policies upon arrival, which include fans needing to access their tickets and take a health screening on the Blazers app.
As always, be aware of purchasing tickets from unreliable third parties and be conscientious of fraudulent tickets.