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Ticket Prices For Game 5 Of The NBA Finals Are Soaring

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The 2024 NBA Finals are nearing a conclusion and the Boston Celtics have a commanding 3-1 lead over the Dallas Mavericks.

Boston had taken a 3-0 lead after a tight 106-99 victory in Game 3 in Dallas on June 12.

The Celtics had a chance to sweep Dallas in Game 4, but the Mavs didn’t back down an inch and walloped Boston, 122-84, on Friday.

That represented the third-largest margin of victory in a Finals game in history.

Now that the series is shifting back to Boston for Game 5, many talking heads believe that the Celtics will close out Dallas on their home floor and bring home championship number 18.

As expected, those wishing to attend the game will have to pay a pretty penny to do so.

Kyle Zorn of Tickpick recently shared what fans will have to shell out should they choose to watch the contest in person.

Cheapest ticket (after fees) to Game 5 of the NBA Finals across major apps:

TickPick: $1,714

SeatGeek: $1,824
StubHub: $1,804
VividSeats: $1,795
Ticketmaster: $1,845

You can use code GAME5 for $50 off in the TickPick app. pic.twitter.com/5JI1DmK3eO

— Kyle Zorn (@Kyle_Zorn) June 15, 2024

According to Zorn, Tickpick has the lowest price for a ticket at an astonishing $1,714.

That’s for one ticket.

Other ticket outlets offer the same ticket at higher prices including SeatGeek at $1,824, StubHub at $1,804, VividSeats at $1,795, and Ticketmaster at $1,845 a pop.

According to Boston.com, the ticket prices for Game 1 alone marked a 37-38% increase over the ticket price for Game 1 in 2023.

Although Kyrie Irving and Luca Doncic buried the Celtics on Friday, few believe that the duo can replicate their success in Game 5.

So far in the playoffs, Boston has defeated their opponents by 4-1 and 4-0 margins.

There’s no reason to believe that big-spending fans won’t see that dominance continue on Monday night.

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