Spurs host Warriors in fourth most expensive game at AT&T Center this decade
The NBA playoff picture may be a bit tighter in the West come Saturday night.
And for fans hoping to attend this weekend’s Spurs-Warriors game at AT&T Center, tickets won’t be cheap.
With the Warriors holding on to a two-game lead over the Spurs ahead of Saturday’s showdown, Spurs tickets against the Warriors are setting near-record prices on the resale market. In fact, it will be the fourth priciest game held at AT&T Center since at least 2010.
On TicketIQ, a search engine that collects data from over 90 percent of the resale market, the cheapest Spurs vs. Warriors tickets for Saturday’s game are now $140 each. Only games against the Warriors last season, Pelicans last December (Tim Duncan’s jersey retirement) and the Lakers last season (Kobe Bryant’s final game in San Antonio) owned higher get-in prices than Saturday’s game.
The two teams will meet again in San Antonio on March 29. It will be slightly cheaper to attend that game with tickets starting from $107 each. Still, that game owns the sixth highest get-in price TicketIQ has ever recorded for a Spurs regular-season home game.
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