The Warriors are the hottest show in town, and ticket prices to get inside Oracle Arena for Game 1 of their NBA Finals showdown with the Cavaliers stand to prove it.
Official tickets from the Warriors become available to the public Friday at 4 p.m. Tickets in the upper deck are expected to start at $450, with a lower bowl ticket starting at $875.
But tickets are already available on secondary markets, and they're even pricier.
With less than a week until tip, tickets range from $594 near the roof to $32,315 on the court, through the NBATickets.com Resale Marketplace, which is currently has 3,527 tickets for sale. The cheapest lower bowl ticket is currently going for $869.
Want a suite? For $130,000, you can get 20 tickets and four parking passes. But catering costs extra.
On StubHub.com, which is currently selling 1,633 tickets to Game 1, you can sit in the uppers for as low as $698, and you can pay as much as $100,000 for a VIP seat on the floor.
The Warriors, who will enjoy home-court advantage, defeated the Pelicans (4-0), Grizzlies (4-2), and Rockets (4-1) en route to their first finals appearance in 40 years. While the Cavaliers beat the Celtics (4-0), Bulls (4-2), and Hawks (4-0) to reach the finals after they were swept by the Spurs in 2006-07.
The 22-5 combined record is the best since 1991 when the Bulls and Lakers met at 22-4.