The Golden State Warriors sent out an email on Monday offering fans an "In The Building Pass" granting entry to every home game in Oracle Arena for a $100 monthly fee.
For $100, fans will be granted access inside the arena for every home game for a month. Instead, you can be in the arena and watch from TVs in the club areas and at the restaurants and bars that fill the arena, with no access to the seating bowl and, as such, no view of the court to actually see the action live.
With the Warriors' season ticket waiting list up to 44,000 hopefuls, Golden State unveiled a new plan on Monday to allow more fans into Oracle Arena in Oakland.
Fans can purchase up to four "In The Building" passes, although each one must be tied to a specific name, and they are not transferable. However, the passes don't include a seat, nor are they standing room tickets to watch the NBA's premier team take the court.
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A new batch of celebrities are going to be heading to the jungle soon, as the upcoming season is due to kick off on November 18. I watch sport all day and all night when I'm at home and we are out three to four nights a week".
Warriors spokesperson Lisa Goodwin said the organization expects to sell 200 passes each month, beginning in November and that each pass will automatically renew itself through April, the final month of the regular season.
There are now 44,000 people on the Warriors season-ticket waiting list. This is believed to be the first instance in which a franchise has offered tickets specifically for fans to be allowed into the building without viewing access.
The Warriors will play in front of a sold-out crowd for the 300th consecutive time on Tuesday night. A view of the game. The streak began on December 18, 2012, in a game against the Hornets, who back then hailed from New Orleans.
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