The Golden State Warriors are raising ticket prices again from roughly 15 to 25 percent.
Prices on the cheapest seats for season-ticket holders will increase from $32 to $40 a game, while the best courtside seats will rise from $625 to $715, or $30,745 for the season, not counting the playoffs.
Prime front-row seat on the wood will cost $2,600 for this year’s NBA Finals should the Warriors advance.
At the start of the Warriors’ recent run of success, the 2014-15 season, which ended with a title, the cheapest season-ticket price seat was $18, while courtside was only $450 a game.
The Warriors currently have more than 32,000 people on their season-ticket holder waiting list.
The Warriors have sold out 214 consecutive home games dating back to Dec. 18, 2012.