OKC Thunder: Fans might find it easier to find tickets for game in Dallas
Thunder fans who struggle with ticket availability for games at Chesapeake Energy Arena might want to consider heading south to Dallas for Game 4 on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at American Airlines Center.
DALLAS — Thunder fans who struggle with ticket availability for games at Chesapeake Energy Arena might want to consider heading south to Dallas for Game 4 on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at American Airlines Center.
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With OKC owning a 3-0 lead in the best-of-seven series, several hundred 300-level tickets starting at $24 each are available on StubHub at roughly one-third the cost of a potential ticket to Game 6 between the Thunder and Mavericks.
The number of available tickets to Game 4 — around 1,340 — held steady throughout Friday, which figures to keep prices affordable on game day.
The Thunder sold out all 33 regular-season home games this season, but holds back 200 tickets every game as part of the Thunder Rewards Zone, which awards 25 people a pair of complimentary tickets and 75 others a chance to purchase a pair of tickets ($12 each during the first round).
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