Golden State Warrior Tickets

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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What the Golden State Warriors lack in on-court talent they make up for in business acumen. The Warriors' front office is savvy enough to understand that its own home team is insufficiently exciting to draw swarms of fans to the Arena in Oakland. They have therefore chosen to highlight the Warriors' opponents instead, whom fans can check out thanks to a variety of ticket packages.

The "half-season" plan takes the Warriors' 43-game home schedule and divides it roughly down the middle. Fans then have the option of buying package number one or two based on the opponents listed. With over 20 games in each package, however, there's ample overlap. Popular teams like the Lakers, Kings, and Trail Blazers, for example, are represented on both halves of the divide.

Additional Options for Golden State Warrior Tickets

If attending 21 or 22 games sounds like a heavy commitment to an at-best middling team, you may want to consider a 10-game package as an alternative. These deals begin as low as 210 dollars for upper-level seats and range as high as 1,265 bucks for club-level seats. Prices also fluctuate according to the type of 10-game package featured.

For fans who are riveted by the size and dominance of Miami Heat center Shaquille O'Neal, there is the Shaq Pack, which includes Miami's visit to Oakland. Those more interested in seeing young stars such as LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony can opt for the Real Deal Plan, which bundles in games against Cleveland and Denver. Finally, if the Warriors' opponents are irrelevant so long as you're free to make the game, check out the Weekend Plan, which only incorporates games played on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. For single tickets, brokers, online or at the stadium, may offer the best prices.

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