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The BIG day is finally here.
From coast to coast, Raptors fans are gearing up for what could be the biggest night in franchise history.
Tonight, the Raptors have a chance to clinch an NBA championship on Oakland soil, and if you can believe it, there are still a number of remaining seats left for Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
And while there are tickets remaining that will cost you a
small large fortune, there are surprisingly still seats left that won’t actually set you back too much.
According to Ticketmaster, the cheapest verified resale tickets available are currently going for USD $520, which works out to be CAD $692.89. The cheapest standard ticket is currently USD $550, or CAD $732.
And while the seats aren’t the best in the house, at least this gets you in the building to potentially witness history.
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As you could imagine, ticket prices steadily increase the closer you get to the court.
The most expensive standard tickets remaining will cost you a pretty penny, USD $6,500, or CAD $8,661.09 to be exact.
And if you’re in the mood to live lavishly and splurge, you can snag a set of verified resale courtside tickets for, just wait for it, USD $62,500, or CAD $83,279.69.
But outrageous ticket prices aside, the Raptors have the chance to become the first Canadian team among the big four pro sports to win a championship since the Toronto Blue Jays won the World Series in 1993 and the Montreal Canadiens secured their 24th Stanley Cup.
This has been a party nearly three decades in the making, so if you’ve been saving your money since the Jays last won the World Series, surely you’ve got enough in your piggy bank to watch the Raptors in Game 6 on Thursday.
With files from Ian Hunter.
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