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Thursday, June 17th, 2010 at 11:38 am  |  9 responses

Ticket Prices Double From Last Year’s Finals

Consider yourself lucky if you have a seat at Staples tonight. The L.A. Times reports that Finals ticket prices are the highest they’ve been in a decade: “StubHub.com reported Wednesday afternoon the most demand for NBA Finals tickets in the website’s 10-year year history, with the average asking price of more than $1,100 a ticket double what it was for last year’s Finals between the Lakers and Orlando Magic. Even as the Lakers faced possible elimination in Tuesday’s Game 6, prices for Game 7 remained steady at $1,260 per ticket, according to FanSnap.com. When the Lakers won Game 6, FanSnap.com spokesperson Christian Anderson said the average ticket price quickly jumped to $1,562.71.”

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  • ber

    This is beyond ridiculous.

  • http://thekobebeef.wordpress.com LDR4

    SHOCKER! And Stern wonders why people choose to watch at home instead of going to the game.

  • underdog

    Staples is going to be packed, though.

  • memyselfand9

    that’s the average.
    i wanna know what the cheapest ticket was.

  • http://twitter.com/dannydeux DannyDeux

    I heard NoseBleeds are around $840 not including tax =/..

  • peter

    If courtside are going for around $75,000 as I’ve read…there must be some cheaper tickets to bring that average down

  • LD

    Can you imagine if the Lakers were playing LeBron? Quadrupal?

  • Scottie Pimpin

    thats Bull.

  • the_baller20

    Now you know where phil jackson’s 1 million dollars pay for winning the title came from.

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