Tickets To See The Raptors Play At Scotiabank Arena Are Now On Sale & The Prices Are Wild

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Chrismas came early for the 6ix! Tickets to all 41 Toronto Raptors home games are now available on Ticketmaster and they range anywhere from super cheap to guess-I'm-not-paying-rent-this-month expensive.

For instance, you can attend the Raptors vs. Orlando Magic game on Friday, October 29 for as little as $18.50. Granted, it's in the 300s, which means it's standing room only. If you want to get closer to the action, a seat in section 121 goes for $103.75. For other games, you're looking at $500 and more for a decent seat.

According to Scotiabank Arena, all fans attending the games must provide proof of vaccination in order to enter.

The Raptors kick off the 2021-2022 season on Wednesday, October 20 at 7:30 pm when they take on the Washington Wizards. Tickets to that game are still available, but it looks like only nosebleed seats are up for grabs.

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