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As the hottest ticket in town, it should come as no surprise that basketball fans are willing to shell out big bucks at this time of year for the Toronto Raptors.
That’s especially true for tonight’s pivotal Game 5 against the Philadelphia 76ers.
With the series tied 2-2, there’s a lot at stake for the home team. The team is even opening up the gates earlier than usual in an effort to generate more noise from the hometown crowd.
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The game is more or less sold out, as very few seats appear to be being released throughout the day on Ticketmaster. Here’s one of the few pairs of tickets we saw selling for retail (not resale) price Tuesday afternoon:
If you’re not lucky enough to snag one of those, you’ll need to turn to the resale market.
At time of writing, the cheapest available seat on ticket reseller StubHub was listed for approximately $215 CAD ($159.90 USD), including estimated fees. That’s the price for upper bowl (row 13) at Scotiabank Arena, with courtside seats going for quite a bit more.
The cheapest courtside seat is currently listed for $2,923 CAD ($2,170 USD). The cheapest lower bowl seat we saw was listed for $421 CAD ($313).
I know that may sound expensive, but at least it includes a free t-shirt:
— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) May 7, 2019
The most expensive seat in the entire arena on StubHub is currently listed for $8,360 CAD ($6,200 USD), though that may be wishful thinking by that seller. The seats are row 14 in the upper bowl.
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