NBA Finals Tickets Are Crazy Expensive!

If you live in either Denver or Miami – or you are a fan flying into town to watch an NBA Finals game in 2023 – then it will cost you. NBA Finals tickets are scarce right now, making secondary market prices spike. Immortal Seats – always a great source of hard-to-find tickets for sporting events and concerts at great value prices – has nothing south of $800 for the games in Denver and $750 for the games in Miami. They are for upper balcony seats too. If you want the good seats – the loge section, for example – then you are going be paying in the four figures for the privilege.

Check out a full NBA Finals Schedule and ticket links at the end of this post.

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The prices make sense. This is the first time the Nuggets have ever made the NBA Finals, while the Heat did everything they could to throw their 2023 Finals opportunity away. While the Niugs completed their sweep over LeBron and the Lakers in four games, Miami was up 3-0 on the Boston Celtics in their series and cruising to this point. Then, out of nowhere, they lost three on the bounce and had to win a Game 7 in Boston to advance.

They did – in a way that was actually annoyingly comfortable for the neutral – to set up an NBA Finals Series that might not have the power of big brand teams like Lakers vs. Celtics would have, but that does have its own set of storylines to keep viewers interested.

Boiling down an entire series to one key is tough, but in this case it is doable. The Heat has to stop Nikola Jokic. The Western Conference MVP is playing the game at a different level, and no one in the playoffs has had any answer for The Joker. His line of 29.9 points, 13.3 rebounds, 10.3 assists, and eight triple-doubles (an NBA record) so far in the playoffs would look out of place in a video game. Jokic is putting up those numbers in real life, and we think he will continue to do so as Denver powers to its first-ever NBA Title.

2023 NBA Finals Schedule

Thursday, June 1 – Nuggets vs. Heat Game 1 – Ball Arena, Denver, CO

Sunday, June 4 – Nuggets vs. Heat Game 2 – Ball Arena, Denver, CO

Wednesday, June 7 – Heat vs. Nuggets – Game 3 – Kaseya Center, Miami, FL

Friday, June 9 – Heat vs. Nuggets – Game 4 – Kaseya Center, Miami, FL

Monday, June 12 – Nuggets vs. Heat Game 5 – Ball Arena, Denver, CO (If Necessary)

Thursday, June 15 – Heat vs., Nuggets – Game 6 – Keseya Center, Miami, FL (If Necessary)

Sunday, June 18 – Nuggets vs. Heat Game 7 – Ball Arena, Denver, CO (If Necessary)

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