Golden State Warriors selling monthly venue tickets without court view

Jose Verdugo
Noviembre 16, 2018

The team is rolling out a "In The Building Pass" that costs $100 a month and gets you into the arena but not into a spot where you can see the actual game firsthand. The team says fans that purchase the "In the Building Pass" will have access to the arena's bars and restaurants, and will be able to watch the game on televisions throughout the arena.

The mobile pass does not include a seat, and with no access to the seating bowl, doesn't even include a view of the court itself.

The Warriors typically play between five and seven home games a month.

It has been reported, that the club is expecting to sell 200 passes per month and each one will automatically renew every month until the end of April.

Golden State will extend its consecutive sell-out crowd streak to 300 games during Tuesday night's game against the Atlanta Hawks, which began with a December 18, 2012 game against the Hornets, who were still from New Orleans at the time.

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Unfortunately for fans who want to be in the building for the Warriors' run at a third consecutive title, the passes are not good for the postseason.

It is thought to be the first time that a pro team has offered tickets without a view of the game.

The Warriors now own a 299-game sellout streak, and 44,000-plus people are on their season-ticket waiting list.

Since 2009, the Dallas Cowboys have offered "Party Passes" for standing-room-only spots on the concourse.

The Golden State Warriors think their fans would and sent out an email offering them just that.

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