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How much do NBA In-Season Tournament Final tickets cost?

With the NBA’s In-Season Tournament now at its climax, it’s time to take a look at ticket prices for the Championship Game on Saturday night. Let’s go.

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With the NBA’s In-Season Tournament now at its climax, it’s time to take a look at ticket prices for the Championship Game on Saturday night. Let’s go.
Kyle TeradaUSA TODAY Sports via Reuters Con

Las Vegas is preparing itself to host the first NBA In-Season Tournament championship game, the climax of the league’s bright and shiny new tournament. Four teams, the Milwaukee Bucks and Indiana Pacers of the Eastern Conference, and the New Orleans Pelicans and Los Angeles Lakers from the Western Conference, clashed on Thursday night to determine who would get a spot in the final game and it was the Pacers and Lakers who emerged victorious. Set for Saturday, December 9th, at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, the game will bring the curtain down on what has been a thrilling first edition of the NBA’s new event.

How much did tickets for the In-Season Tournament Conference Finals cost?

As you probably know, Vividseats is one of the best places to get tickets to major events whether sporting or entertainment. Indeed, the company is actually responsible for the marketing and sale of tickets for the NBA’s In-Season Tournament. If you’re wondering whether you will have to sell your children to get a seat in Sin City, then you can rest easy as a glance at the website will ease your fears. Consider for a moment that tickets for the game between the Bucks and Pacers started at as low as $25, though they did go all the way up to $1,187 for courtside seats. Tickets for the Pelicans clash with the Lakers were a little more expensive, starting at $86 and rising to $2,060 for a courtside spot.

How much do tickets for the In-Season Tournament Championship Game cost?

Given that it’s a final you’re probably thinking that like the NBA Finals, ticket prices are going to be astronomical, but believe it or not, that’s not the case. To be clear, they’re not cheap but again you won’t have to sell anything that you love. According to Vividseats, prices to get inside the T-Mobile Arena on Saturday night will start at $160 per seat. If, however, you’d like to splash a bit of cash for a VIP suite, you will be asked to pay $4,278 a pop. Tip off is set for 8:30 p.m. ET so if you’re planning to get your hands on some tickets, now would be the time.

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