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Golden State Warriors offer $100 monthly passes with no view of court

Warriors offering $100 monthly pass with no view of court Warriors to offer $100 monthly passes with no seat, view of court
Cary Erickson | 14 November, 2018, 01:13

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.

No seriously, this isn't a joke.

The pass simply gets a fan into the team's Oracle Arena for every home game for $100 a month.

The team has sold out every single home game since December 18, 2012, according to ESPN, and while the passes might not get fans in a seat next to the court, the experience alone of being immersed in the atmosphere of the arena might be worth it to some. 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 passes will also be available through April, but not during the playoffs.

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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.

Rovell reported that according Lisa Goodwin, the club's senior director of corporate communications, the team will plan to sell 200 passes per month, beginning in November.

Only the Oklahoma City Thunder (349 games), Miami Heat (385 games) and Dallas Mavericks (751 games) have longer active sellout streaks than the reigning National Basketball Association champions. The Dallas Cowboys, since 2009, have offered standing-room-only tickets to its games called Party Passes, but people in the first couple of rows can actually see the field.