Call it Steph Curry vs. LeBron James Part V or the first playoff series between the Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Lakers since 1991.
No matter how you slice it, it’s going to cost a pretty penny to see it in person.
Even the cheapest tickets for Games 1, 2 and 5 at Chase Center are going for at least $350 a pop, whether fans are looking on StubHub, TickPick or through official NBA resale partner Ticketmaster. Three hours ahead of Tuesday night’s series opener, Gametime did have some tickets available for less than $300, but they were in short supply.
The most affordable tickets available are, of course, in the upper level. At Chase Center, those seats are above not only the lower bowl, but dozens of suites and club areas. To get in the lower bowl, where fans won’t need binoculars to distinguish between LeBron James and Anthony Davis, it’ll cost roughly $200 more.
If you’re looking to attend a potential Game 7? Add on at least a couple hundred dollars to those costs.
Prices for games at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles are similar, if not even higher.
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