The Golden State Warriors are offering fans $100 USD passes that permit entry into Oracle Arena.
Sounds good, right? Think again. The mobile passes do not include a seat, access to the seating area of even a view of the court itself.
Warriors spokesperson Lisa Goodwin said the team is intending to sell 200 passes each month, which are non-transferable and will not extend into the playoffs.
Having won thee of the past four NBA championships, Golden State currently have 44,000 people on their season-ticket waiting list and are set to play in front of a sell-out crowd on Wednesday for the 300th consecutive time, dating back to 2012.
Resale tickets to see the Dubs play are priced at around $2,398 AUD, per SEN.
The Warriors are planning to move into Chase Centre, a new arena under construction in the Mission Bay area of San Francisco.
Oracle Arena has been the home of Golden State since 1971, which holds nearly 20,000 people.