NBA All-Star Weekend is now less than three weeks away. This year’s weekend is easily one of the most exciting dates in the NBA world and will be no different. Along with all the exciting competitions and skill tests, fans can also watch as Superstars team up and battle each other for supremacy.
This All-Star weekend is made all the more special because, for the first time in history, the draft will take place right before the game. This will definitely make the game much more interesting. A last-minute draft will make the weekend all the more fun. What could be better than battling Superstars live for a better squad ahead of one of the most anticipated games?
The implementation of this new rule makes ticket marketing for the upcoming All-Star weekend even more enticing. For fans who want to see it live and in person, we’re here to help you get tickets.
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Prices for the NBA All-Star Weekend tickets
The NBA offers several All-Star Weekend packages. Fans can choose from a variety of events and choose the package that best suits their needs. Tickets are also available for standalone events. The latter option is definitely a lot cheaper than some of the NBA experiences offered through the official website. In the meantime, independent tickets are available on Vivid Seats.
If fans just want to see the celebrity game, they have to spend at least $24. If you want to see the Rising Stars matchup, you’re going to have to dish up a lot more than the celebrity game. The cheapest tickets for the NBA All-Star Rising Game are $64. But wanting to see the game up close can end up burning up to $1148 for the game.
Luckily, Saturday night passes, where fans can watch plenty of skill contests, including the dunk and three-point contest, aren’t too costly. The cheapest all-night pass is $916. If you’d rather see it up close, you may have to shell out as much as $4889 for a single ticket.
However, the NBA All-Star Game is still the priciest event of the entire weekend. Joining the game will cost you between $1584 and $7334. On the other hand, for only $59, you can simply join All-Star Training and watch your favorite players train.
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LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo will chair the drafts
The two teams going head-to-head in the All-Star Game will be decided by LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo just before the game. You can choose players from the all-star pool without worrying about which conference they’re playing for. Definitely a game not to be missed.
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