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.
The Milwaukee Bucks today announced a unique new ticket package, inviting fans to attend the next 10 home Bucks victories for just $149 through the exciting and affordable 10-Win Pass. “There’s nothing like a Bucks victory in front of a packed house at the BMO Harris Bradley Center,” Bucks President Peter Feigin said. “Our staff continues to build creative and innovative platforms to give even more Bucks fans the opportunity to see a win by the home team. We’re thrilled to roll out this one-of-a-kind ticket pass and give our great fans a winning experience.”