Warriors Game 6 Watch Party Tickets Averaging $137 On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 6/16/15) The Golden State Warriors might not be home for Game 6 of the 2015 NBA Finals, but that won’t stop Oracle Arena from being packed during game time. The Warriors will have a chance to win their first NBA title since 1975 in Game 6, but the team will be on the road in Cleveland. However Golden State has sold out Oracle Arena for a watch party during the game, in anticipation of a victory over the Cavaliers. Warriors watch party tickets are still available on the secondary market at an average price of $136.64. The get-in price is currently $54.

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(UPDATE 6/15/15) Thanks to a 104-91 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 of the NBA Finals, the Golden State Warriors have the opportunity to win the NBA title in Game 6. While Warriors fans will be more than welcome to an NBA championship, the opportunity will not come at home on Tuesday night. But while the Warriors will be playing Game 6 in Cleveland, there will be a watch party at Oracle Arena. On the secondary market, Warriors Game 6 Watch Party tickets have an average price of $156.35 and a get-in price of $81.

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With Series Tied at 2 Warriors Game 5 Tickets Averaging Almost $1400 On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 6/12/15) Facing the possibility of an elimination game at home, the Golden State Warriors needed a win in Game 4 of the NBA Finals and got one. Golden State defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers convincingly, by a final score of 103-82, to draw the series even. Now with the series heading back to Oakland, the winner of Game 5 will have a chance to win the series in Cleveland for Game 6. The current secondary market average for Game 5 is $1,392.46, which places it in line with the first two games of the series at Oracle Arena. The current get-in price for the game is $609.

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Warriors Game 2 Tickets Averaging Over $1450 On Resale Market Following Game 1 Win

(UPDATE 6/5/15) Following a slow start in the first quarter, the Golden State Warriors were able to come back and win Game 1 of the NBA Finals in overtime. Golden State held the Cleveland Cavaliers to only two points in overtime in route to a 108-100 victory. With a win sealed, Golden State will get ready for Game 2 at Oracle Arena on Sunday. The current average price of Warriors Finals tickets on the secondary market for Game 2 is $1,460.21 with a get-in price of $641. That is 8.8% more expensive than the average for Game 1 on Thursday.

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Golden State Warriors Game 1 Tickets For NBA Finals Prices Near $1300 On Resale Market

(UPDATE 6/4/15) It’s been eight days since the Golden State Warriors last played a basketball game. That will finally change when they host Game 1 of the 2015 NBA Finals on Thursday night. Golden State will welcome the Cleveland Cavaliers to Oracle Arena. Warriors Finals tickets for Game 1 currently have an average price of $1299.05 with a get-in price of $513. That’s currently 1.7% above the average for Game 2 on Sunday night, though Game 2 has a get-in price of $585.

Entering Game 1, basketball-referemce.com has the Warriors with a 83.4% chance of winning the series.

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Entering Game 1, basketball-referemce.com has the Warriors with a 83.4% chance of winning the series.

(UPDATE 6/3/15) The start of the NBA Finals is just a day away. Even with the games so close, there is still record demand on the secondary market. Game 1 tickets on the secondary market have an average price of $1,299.05 with a get-in price of $513. While prices have dropped just slightly as the game gets closer, this NBA Finals is still the most expensive TicketIQ has tracked on the secondary market since 2011. Much of that has to do with the overwhelming demand Warriors fans have shown in Oakland.

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Warriors Game 1 Tickets For The NBA Finals Now Averaging Over $1250 Per Seat On Resale Market

(UPDATE 6/2/15) Just three days remain before tipoff of the NBA Finals. As the Golden State Warriors get set to host Game 1 on Thursday night, prices on the secondary market are starting to drop slightly, though they still remain expensive. The current average price for Game 1 is $1,265.33 with a get-in price of $461. That’s still 6.9% more expensive than Game 3 of the series, the first in Cleveland. Cavaliers ticket prices are also dropping slightly as the games approach. It will also be almost $100 cheaper to get into Quicken Loans Arena on Tuesday with the cheapest ticket listed at $375.

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Warriors Game 1 Tickets Are Now Averaging 5.5% More Than Cavs Game 3 Tickets

(UPDATE 6/1/15) Oracle Arena will welcome the NBA Finals in three days when Game 1 of the series is set to tip off on June 4. The Golden State Warriors will be playing their first Finals since the 1974-75 season. 40 years later, Warriors Finals ticket are in high demand. The current average price for Game 1 tickets on the secondary market is $1345.81. That’s 5.5% more expensive than Cavaliers Finals tickets for Game 3. Cleveland has been to the Finals as recently as 2007, but is looking for their first win in franchise history. The get-in price for Game 1 in Oakland is significantly more expensive than Game 3, $557 to $347.

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Warriors Game 1 Tickets For NBA Finals Are 3% Higher Than Cavs Game 3 Tickets On Resale Market

(UPDATE 5/29/15) There’s just under a week before the NBA Finals are set to tip off, but anticipation is high on the secondary market. Both the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers will be holding average prices well over $1,000 during the series. Each team’s first home game is also very similarly priced. Warriors tickets for Game 1 have an average price of $1,270.17, just 3% above Cleveland’s $1,232.02 average for Game 3. However, Golden State has a significant advantage for get-in price, $580 to $391. The series still easily remains the most expensive NBA Finals on the secondary market since at least 2011.

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Games won’t be played for a while, but anticipation is high for the 2015 NBA Finals. The Golden State Warriors will take on the Cleveland Cavaliers in what will easily be the most expensive Finals on the secondary market since at least 2011. As the Warriors and Cavaliers have been successful all season, the two teams held the most expensive average prices for NBA teams during the 2014-15 regular season. Those prices have carried over to the final round.

The current series average across all seven potential games is $1,461.52. Since 2011, no other NBA Finals matchup has held a series average above $1,000. The closest was the 2013 series between LeBron James’ Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs that had an average of $974.21. This series is still currently 50% more expensive on average.

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This upcoming series will also be the most expensive just to get the cheapest ticket in the arena. Again the 2013 Heat-Spurs series carried the priciest average get-in price, and again this 2015 series blows it away. The least expensive ticket across the whole series is currently $380 for Game 3 in Cleveland.

Golden State will have home court advantage in the series and with that will have the opportunity to host four home games. Across those four games, the average price for Warriors Finals tickets is $1,461.52 on the secondary market. The least expensive game at Oracle Arena is currently Game 2 with an average price of $1,251.69 and get-in price of $618. A potential Game 7 of the series currently has an average of $2,013.52 with a get-in price of $1,026.

Game 1 in Oakland on Thursday, June 4 currently has an average price of $1,286.65. The price is just 2.3% above the average of Game 3 in Cleveland. The third game of the series will be the first to be held at Quicken Loans Arena and currently has an average of $1,257.52.

Overall the three possible games in Cleveland have an average price of $1,348.65. Cavaliers Finals tickets for Game 3 will be the least expensive of the bunch in both average and get-in price. A possible Game 6 in Houston has an average price of $1,560.15 with a get-in price of $577.

Both teams went to six games in the second round, but each one their other two series quite easily. During the regular season the Warriors and Cavaliers split two games. Golden State, however, did hold a slight points advantage in those two games, 105.5-102.0.

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