Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf is auctioning off two tickets to Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night and the proceeds will go towards the Alameda County Community Food Bank.
The seats will be in the City of Oakland’s suite at Oracle.
Mayor Schaaf did a similar auction for Game 4 when she raised $7,600 for the Oakland Promise initiative.
The auction is being held online at www.accfb.org and bidding closes at noon on Thursday.
If you are the winner, you will be notified and then you can pick the tickets up at City Hall.
The city says transportation and parking are not included with the tickets.
If you don’t win the auction, there are other options for tickets but you’ll need a good chunk of change.
On StubHub, the cheapest tickets KRON4 could find are $616 for the upper level in the nosebleeds. That’s almost $200 less than the cheapest ticket we found on Tuesday.
Move down a section and tickets jump to more than $1,200 each.
If you’re looking to sit courtside and get in the action, the cheapest ticket listed was $16,500. That’s $100 less than courtside prices Tuesday.
Game 6 will be the Warriors final game at Oracle Arena.
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