The Utah Jazz are in the second round of the NBA Playoffs, and Jazz fans are going nuts! We love this team and it shows. Where does it show the most? Well Jazz fans are willing to put their fandom, and their money, where their mouths are. Check this out:
With the second round of the NBA Playoffs now underway, secondary ticket marketplace, TickPick, released its pricing report for all quarterfinal matchups. Utah-Golden State has the most expensive tickets of the 2nd Round — with tickets to the games in Utah the most expensive in the NBA overall. Tonight's series opener in Golden State has an average price of $516, but Game 3 in Utah is averaging $672. A possible Game 6 in Utah would be the most expensive ticket of the NBA's 2nd Round at $815.
Behold the info they collected:
- Game 1: UTAatGSW $516
- Game 2: UTAatGSW $476
- Game 3: GSWatUTA $672
- Game 4: GSWatUTA $467
- Game 5: UTAatGSW $545
- Game 6: GSWatUTA $815 — yo, an average ticket price close to a grand?
- Game 7: UTAatGSW $699
I guess this is why people go with FlashSeats, huh? That said, the home game experience at the
Delta Center er, EnergySolutions Arena um, VivintSmartHome Arena The Aunt Viv is one of the best in the league. Also, these shirts are fire:
May 1, 2017
. #nightlife available Saturday at @vivintarena pic.twitter.com/ySFiGSwPie— Steve Starks (@StevenStarks) May 3, 2017
And as a non-home game ticket buying Jazz fan (aka: someone who the bean counters usually do not care about), I can’t wait to see this on TV. Be sure to pay a pretty penny to be there though, if you are relying on the secondary market.