Meanwhile, ticket prices on the secondary market “have definitely gone up” during the winning streak, according to Michael Lipman, CEO of Tickets of America and White Glove International. “It’s a monster.”
Lipman said the prices of courtside seats, on the secondary market, have risen from the $1500/$2500 range to $3000. For seats 10 rows up, prices have risen from about $250 to between $400 and $500. And upper level tickets have soared from $25 to $30 range to $75, Lipman said.
The Golden State Warriors have issued a fraud alert, warning fans about the potential dangers of purchasing single-game tickets for the 2016-17 season from a non-verified third party, the team announced today. Through the first half of the 2016-17 season, the Warriors have seen over 650 fans denied access to Oracle Arena due to counterfeit tickets purchased from non-verified third-party vendors. Fans looking to attend Warriors games during the 2016-17 season are encouraged to purchase tickets directly from the team by visiting warriors.com, calling 1-888-GSW-HOOP or at the Oracle Arena Box Office.