MIAMI, Fla. – The Miami Heat will be looking to sweep the Boston Celtics right out of the Eastern Conference Finals on Tuesday night, but the magic of being there won’t come cheap for many fans.
A picture spread fast across social media showing that it cost $100 to park in the Bayside Marketplace for Game 3 on Sunday.
Local 10 News wanted to know what parking will cost for tonight’s Game 4, but the manager told us that the flat rate signs don’t go out until closer to game time.
He said the price varies on how full the garage gets.
Ominously, we did see a $150 sign sitting prominently in the parking garage office.
Once you park, it will cost a pretty penny to get into the Kaseya Center.
On Tuesday, SeatGeek.com listed tickets for Section 309, which is in the upper deck, at $350 each.
If you want to sit in the lower bowl in Section 107, it will cost you $2,000 each.
And you have to fork over nearly $50,000 for a pair of tickets for a courtside view of Jimmy Butler and Jayson Tatum in action.