Tickets to games 3 and 4 of the NBA Finals in Cleveland are still available, but they’ll be gone in a flash.
With the highly-anticipated Finals “threematch” between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors set to tip off tonight at 6pm from Oracle Arena in Oakland, fans are scrambling for last-minute tickets to this historic showdown. And although premium seats in Oracle are going for, well, a premium, there are comparatively good deals on Cavaliers tickets for games 3 and 4 available through the team’s official electronic ticketing partner, Flash Seats.
As of this writing, Finals tickets for Game 3 (scheduled for Wed., June 7) range in price from a modest $280 per ticket to a cool $200k, according to Flash Seats. Tickets to Game 4 (Fri., June 9) are slightly more on Flash Seats, with the cheapest ticket priced at $329. These deals are a steal compared to the secondary market in Oakland, where the cheapest ticket for Game 1 is currently priced at $431, according to Slam Online.
Flash Seats allows fans to bid on tickets directly on the fan-to-fan exchange, so these prices could change if Cleveland stuns the Warriors and gets out to a 2-0 lead. However for the time being, tickets to the Finals games in Cleveland are $200 cheaper on average than they were in 2016, according to MarketWatch.
The other big advantage to buying tickets through Flash Seats is that all transactions are virtually validated, so you never have to worry about counterfeits. And by downloading the Flash Seats app through the App Store or Google Play Marketplace, you never have to worry about printing out paper tickets.
So if you’re a Cavs fan who watched the past two Finals from your living room couch, there’s literally never been a better time to buy tickets. Follow this link to browse Game 3 tickets on Flash Seats, and click here for Game 4. And for more on the NBA Finals, keep it here on AXS.com.