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Most Expensive NBA Finals Tickets

Published May 31, 2013 / by Keith Hanson

Most Expensive Tickets at AT&T Center (San Antonio)

Shortly after the Heat defeated the Indiana Pacers on Monday night, ticket prices for games 3 and 4 in San Antonio shot up more than 40%, on average. Fans are paying top dollar to see the Spurs' Big Three take on the Big Three (or Big One) from Miami. Ticket prices in the lower level are starting at about $500, while the get-in price in the upper level is about $200. While those prices are pretty average for an NBA Finals, Club seats (the closest seats to the court) are averaging in the thousands of dollars.

$15,280/ea: Section 10, Row 1 Behind Miami Bench

Want to sit so close to Lebron you can smell him? Section 10 is located directly behind the Heat bench and tickets start at about $4,000/each. Unfortunately, because Lebron is likely to be on the court for all 48 minutes, you'll spend more time looking at the back of Rashard Lewis than of the King.

Most Expensive Tickets at AmericanAirlines Arena (Miami)

Tickets for the first two games of the series are averaging $950 apiece with a get-in price right around $225 (balcony corner). However, some courtside seats are 100 times more expensive than the cheapest seats.

$23,950/ea: Courtside South, Row AA

(photo looks at courtside seats across court)
Over the past three years, fans in Miami have been used to paying big prices for Heat tickets. In this year's Finals, there are none bigger than courtside seats across from the player benches. These seats are three times more expensive than in the Conference Finals.

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