To see the Milwaukee Bucks potentially win an NBA Championship on their home court is going to cost a lot of dough. Per major ticket reselling sites, standing room tickets start at $1,100 while nosebleed seats have exceeded the $1,500 level. Courtside seats go in the $15,000 to $20,000 range.
That is before ticket fees astronomical upon themselves.
None of this is surprising for obviously the biggest NBA game Milwaukee has ever hosted. For comparison tickets for the 2007 NFC Championship between the Green Bay Packers and New York Giants resold starting at around $650. Lambeau Field was also the venue for the 2020 NFC Championship this past January. The Milwaukee Brewers hosted Game 7 of the National League Championship Series while the Milwaukee Braves had Games 6 and 7 of the 1958 World Series at home. The Bucks previously played host to Game 7 of the 1974 NBA Finals. The common thread between all of these big events? The home team came away a loser each time. For those not able to be inside the arena, the footprint for Fiserv Forum's now famous 'Deer District' will be doubled with a second TV screen by Tuesday, a crowd of 65,000 is expected outside the arena. Should the Phoenix Suns force a Game 7 back in Arizona, comparable tickets for that contest are already going for an even higher amounts. Even in a pandemic the NBA is far from dead.