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Bulls have 4th most-expensive NBA ticket on secondary market

Early-season struggles haven’t stopped Bulls fans from shelling out big money to watch their team play at the United Center.

The Bulls have the fourth most-expensive NBA ticket on the secondary market, according to VividSeats.com.

The Warriors are tops in the league with an average ticket price of $238, followed by the Lakers ($200), Knicks ($149) and Bulls ($129). The Pistons have the cheapest secondary ticket in the league at $47.

VividSeats also revealed the most expensive future tickets. Tops is Kobe Bryant’s final game in Los Angeles on April 13, going for $1,249 on the secondary market.

The most expensive games remaining at the United Center are the Lakers ($277) on Feb. 21 and the Cavs ($261) on April 9.