Demand is off the charts for Friday’s Warriors-Blazers game, with tickets reselling at an average of $179. Held at the Moda Center in Portland, OR, this is one of the most expensive Blazers home games since SeatGeek began tracking secondary market ticket data during the 2010-2011 season. Yes–even higher than most Portland playoff games! Only Game 3 of 2014’s Western Conference Semifinals ($183), a Miami Heat visit in 2013 ($196), and Kobe’s last game in Portland this past January ($202) were pricier.

Just one season ago, Portland residents could have seen the eventual NBA champion Warriors at The Moda Center for an average resale price of $98 on March 24, 2015 or $60 on November 2, 2014 – the latter of which is nearly a third of what it will cost on average to see Friday’s game.

Tickets to Golden State Warriors at Portland Trailblazers

This $179 resale price to see the Warriors is higher than that for tickets to every 2015 Oregon Ducks home football game (highest was $148 against USC) and every MLS-Champion Portland Timbers home game this past season, including the Western Conference finals game in soccer-crazed Portland ($105).

Fans who have waited until the last minute may be able to find a small bargain before tip-off. Despite this high demand, the get-in price (cheapest ticket) on SeatGeek as of 10 A.M. ET on February 17 was $93. Interested in getting a ticket for yourself? Click here to view all listings.