The youth of the Golden State Warriors is poised to again lead the team back into the playoffs this season. Equipped with the Splash Brothers in Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson and adding a new piece to the team in head coach Steve Kerr, the Warriors have seen ticket prices rise considerably on the secondary market since last season. The Oracle Arena in the Bay Area will be play home to a sea of yellow and blue all season long as the Warriors look to pick up where they left off after winning 51 games last season.
According to Razorgator, the season average for Warriors tickets is $121.60 on the secondary market. The team will play its most expensive game against the Cavaliers on January 9, where secondary average is currently listed at $293.78 and get-in price starts at $97. The Lakers will serve as the second top-priced opponent at home on the Warriors schedule this season. They head north to Oracle Arena on March 16 and will bring with them an average price of $196.18 and get-in of $43. The Warriors’ third most expensive home game will be against the Bulls on January 27. Warriors vs Bulls tickets for the late-January game is currently $185.72 and owns a get-in of $40 on the secondary market.
On the other side of the financial spectrum, the Warriors will host their three cheapest games against teams with losing records last season. Games against the Magic, Pelicans and Pistons will all fall below the $85 average on the secondary market. On December 2, Warriors vs Magic tickets have a secondary average of $68.69 and get-in of $9. The Pelicans come to town on December 4 and bring with them an average price of $77.05. Get-in price for that game starts at $ 2. The Pistons will serve as the third cheapest game on the Warriors schedule this season, garnering just a $83.95 ticket average and $13 get-in.