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Tickets from the first legendary game of the great Michael Jordan are up for grabs.

The pair of inside passes were from Jordan’s official NBA debut game, wherein the Chicago Bulls collided with the Washington Bullets (now Wizards) on October 26th, 1984. MJ finished the match with 16 markers, seven assists and six boards as the Bulls easily grabbed a 109-93 dub over the visiting club.

Since this first official game, the rest was history for Jordan.

Per News on 6, the tickets are from an anonymous co-signer who already owns it since he was in high school. It was bought by his father for him and his friends.

The co-signer noted that he saw interest in placing the tickets for auction after Mike Cole managed to sell another same ticket for a jaw-dropping $468,000 earlier this year.

The Bonhams auction, which will conduct the bidding for the prized sports artifact, will run the auction from Sept. 19 to 29.