Published: Fri, November 16, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Warriors offering $100 monthly pass with no view of court

Warriors offering $100 monthly pass with no view of court

The organization sent an email to fans on Monday introducing the pass, which grants access to Oracle's restaurants and bars for every Warriors home game for a month, but not to the seating bowl.

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.

According to ESPN, the team is offering 200 such passes each month during the regular season starting in November, with the passes automatically rolling over each month through April.

Unfortunately for fans who want to be in the building for the Warriors' run at a third consecutive title, the passes are not good for the postseason.

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The Warriors are in their final season at Oracle Arena, and now have 44,000 people on their season ticket waiting list, according to ESPN.

National Basketball Association (NBA) champions the Golden State Warriors are offering their fans the opportunity to buy a monthly ticket with no view of the court.

Golden State has sold out 299 consecutive games, the fourth-longest streak in the National Basketball Association.

The "In The Building Pass" does not get you a seat and doesn't even get you a standing room only view of the court.

They are the Oklahoma City Thunder with 349 games, Miami Heat with 385 games and Dallas Mavericks with 751 games.

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