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The 2019 NBA Finals is set, with the Raptors and Warriors squaring off in what is the most expensive NBA Finals we've tracked in the last decade on the secondary market. Fans in Oakland will have to pay over $500 for a cheapest seat on the secondary ticket market to any of the three games and around $1,000 for a lower-level seat. In Toronto, the cheapest secondary-market ticket is available for around $1,000 for any of the potential four games, with the cheapest lower-level seats around $2,000. For a potential game 7 at Scotiabank Arena, the cheapest tickets currently available is over $2,000. While the Raptors have an onsale planned for Monday at 6pm, it's not likely to add much inventory to the secondary market, but it could be an opportunity for fans to score tickets at a discount to the hefty secondary-market prices. The Warriors have already gone onsale with NBA Finals tickets at Oracle Arena, which means the secondary market is the only option for fans looking to see the Warriors in their final hurrah at Oracle Arena. For fans who are priced out of the tickets, there are Oracle Arena watch-party tickets that go onsale Tuesday, and go for $25
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Below are details and the currently cheapest prices for the seven potential games over the course of the 2019 NBA Finals.
Below is the average ticket prices on the secondary market for the Raptors and Warriors in 2019, as well as the next most expensive series. With the exception of the Raptors, each of the 10 most expensive NBA finals series have been for the Warriors, or a team with LeBron James.
All four of the teams that advanced to the NBA’s conference finals know the drill, after all, they’ve been in the playoffs for at least three consecutive seasons. But the only team making a repeat performance in the conference finals is the Golden State Warriors.
Secondary market tickets to a Warriors home game for their Western Conference Final series against the Portland Trail Blazers are among the priciest in history. The $1,133 average asking price is seco
nd only to last season’s $1,200 at Oakland when the Warriors played the Houston Rockets.
With three straight playoff appearances, Milwaukee is the least experienced playoff team in this year’s mix. The Bucks are playing the Toronto Raptors in a series that starts at Milwaukee on Wednesday. Tickets to that series are the seventh cheapest since 2011. The $461 average asking price to a game at Milwaukee is the least expensive among the four host cities. It’s the 19th priciest of the decade.
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EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS
- Series average asking price: $535
- Milwaukee average asking price/get-in price: $482/$120
- Toronto average asking price/get-in price: $606/$178
|Game 1 @ MIL||5/15|
|Game 2 @ MIL||5/17||From $152|
|Game 3 @ TOR||5/19||From $208|
|Game 4 @ TOR||5/21||From $178|
|Game 5 @ MIL||5/23||From $149|
|Game 6 @ TOR||5/25||From $215|
|Game 7 @ MIL||5/27||From $225|
This conference final is the seventh priciest since TicketIQ began tracking data in 2011. The priciest is this year’s Western Conference Final and the cheapest was $223 in 2013 for the Western Conference San Antonio vs. Memphis final. A potential Game 6 at Toronto is trending as the priciest game of the series, with an average asking price of $732, while the cheapest is Game 1 at Toronto, which has a current average asking price of $312.
The Raptors and Bucks have played 89 regular-season games, and Milwaukee holds a 51-38 all-time series advantage. The first and only time the teams met in the playoffs was 2016-17, and the Raptors won, 4-2. Milwaukee is making its third consecutive playoff appearance, after missing the 2015-16 edition. The Bucks have advanced to the NBA Finals twice and won once, in 1970-71, when they swept the Baltimore Bullets. For both Finals appearances, the Bucks were members of the Western Conference.
Toronto, which joined the league in 1995-96 as an expansion team, is making its sixth straight playoff appearance. The last time the Raptors reached the conference finals was in 2015-16, when they lost to Cleveland, 4-2. The Raptors have never advanced to the NBA Finals.
WESTERN CONFERENCE FINALS
- Series average asking price: $982
- Golden State average asking price/get-in price: $1,023/$127
- Portland average asking price/get-in price: $928/$283
|Game 1 @ GSW||5/14||From $157|
|Game 2 @ GSW||5/16||From $188|
|Game 3 @ POR||5/18||From $289|
|Game 4 @ POR||5/20||From $283|
|Game 5 @ GSW||5/22||From $239|
|Game 6 @ POR||5/24||From $304|
|Game 7 @ GSW||5/26||From $399|
This series is the most expensive conference final since TicketIQ began tracking data in 2011. The next priciest was last year’s Houston-Golden State Western Conference Final, for which fans paid an average of $965. The cheapest of the decade cost fans $223 in 2013, when San Antonio played Memphis in the Western Conference Final.
Despite their geographical proximity, Golden State and Portland didn’t meet in the playoffs until 2015-16, when the Warriors beat them in the conference semifinals in five games. Since then, this series marks the third playoff meeting, and Golden State won the previous two. The teams have been dominant during different eras – Golden State has won three NBA Finals in the last four years, while Portland won its only title in 1976-77, and got to the finals in two of three seasons between 1989-90 and 1991-92.
Portland is in the playoffs for the sixth consecutive season, and has reached the conference finals for the seventh time in franchise history. The Warriors are in the playoffs for the seventh straight season, have won the Finals six times, including twice as the Philadelphia Warriors (1946-47, 1955-56).
The Warriors’ average asking price of $1,133 is the second highest of the decade, behind last season’s $1,200 for a Golden State home game. Among individual games, a potential Game 7 has the highest average asking price at $1,554 while Game 4 at Portland has the lowest, at $636. Interestingly, the $157 get-in price at Golden State is the second cheapest of the four conference finals’ sites, while the $201 get-in price at Portland is the highest.
The NBA’s conference semifinals include a familiar matchup, the end of a five-year playoff drought and a series that pits two teams that haven’t played each other in the postseason since 1986.
Demand for the Golden State Warriors-Houston Rockets Western Conference Semifinals, which marks the fourth time these teams have met in the playoffs in five years, is the highest in the league, and the $790 average asking price for a Golden State second-round home game is the highest at Oakland in history, according to secondary ticket marketplace TicketIQ.com. The second priciest was a ticket to last season’s second round, for which fans paid an average of $580 to see the Warriors beat the Pelicans in five games. They went on to oust Houston, coming back from a 3-2 series deficit to win in Game 7 at Houston.
At the other end of the spectrum in the West, Denver is in the playoffs for the first time after a five-year drought, and is playing Portland in the playoffs for the first time in 33 years.
In the Eastern Conference, Boston is trying to erase the memory of giving up a 2-0 Conference Finals lead before losing to Cleveland last season. In addition, should the Celtics win the NBA Finals, and the Bruins win the NHL’s Stanley Cup, Boston would be the first city in history to hold all four professional sports titles in a 12-month period. The Celtics are playing the Bucks in the conference semifinals.
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