NBA Finals Game 6 Ticket Prices: Seats for Suns at Bucks Cost a Pretty Penny
The battle for an NBA championship continues on Tuesday night as the Phoenix Suns will travel to take on the Milwaukee Bucks in a highly anticipated Game 6. Milwaukee has now ripped off three straight victories in this series and could close it out in front of the home crowd.
Fans looking to watch the game in person at Fiserv Forum will have to pay a pretty penny when purchasing tickets as prices continue to surge.
NBA Finals Game 6 Tickets
Ticket prices for Game 6 keep on climbing as Tuesday night nears. The current cheapest tickets on SeatGeek are $1,248 each for a a set of two. One ticket alone will cost a fan at least $1,146. Keep in mind that these seats are general admission standing room only tickets as well.
Fans looking for actual seats will need to cough up at least $2,148 each for a view from behind the basket. Seats in the middle sections on either side with a clear view of the action start at $3,421 and up.
This shouldn't be too surprising as the Bucks have a chance to lock down their first NBA title since 1971. Fans have been waiting for 50 years and the ticket prices alone prove how important witnessing history is to people.
If the series ends up going to a Game 7, tickets to enter Phoenix Suns arena will be even more expensive. The cheapest option is already at a staggering $1,196. It's safe to say that is the lowest it will ever be as fans will be doing everything they can to watch a NBA Finals game 7 live.
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