Tickets to the Raiders’ final game in Oakland will be pricey

It Ticketmaster is any indication, Raiders fans attending the team’s final game in Oakland are putting their money where their disaffection is.

As of noon Friday, fans, on average, were paying $312 to watch the 6-7 Raiders play the 4-9 Jacksonville Jaguars, 45 percent higher than any other home game this season a spokesperson said.

On StubHub.com, upper deck seats range from $142.80 for upper end zone, to $161.13 for upper corner seats. Upper end zone and field sideline seats are going for 185.29.

To get in the Black Hole will set you back from $209.95 to $11,049.15.

Can’t you just hear the voice of former Raiders broadcaster Bill King saying, “Holy Toledo!”

Gametime.co ranges from the $160s in the upper deck to $808 for the club section.

Seat Geek has a pair of $162 seats with a bird’s eye view of the Raiders sideline. It also lists up to five tickets for $715 in the Black Hole.

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