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According to ticketiQ, Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals between Brooklyn Nets and the Milwaukee Bucks will have the most the second most expensive tickets ever for this stage of the playoffs. Currently, the average secondary market list price for Game 7 is $664, which is up 15% in the last 24 hours. The get-in price (cheapest ticket) saw a similar trend, rising from $214 to $232, an increase of 8%.

Historically, the game is the 2nd most expensive NBA Conference Semifinal Game 7 since ticketiQ began tracking data in 2011. The only game more expensive was Game 7 of the 2015 Western Conference Semifinals when the Rockets hosted the Clippers, which had an average price of $706. Wizards at Celtics in 2017 ($659), 76ers at Raptors in 2019 ($452), and 76ers at Celtics in 2012 ($281) also made the top 5.

While historically expensive, Game 7 tickets are a steal compared to Knicks 1st round tickets, which averaged over $1,000 on the secondary market.