MILWAUKEE, Wis. (WFRV) – Even though the Milwaukee Bucks are down 0-2 to the Phoenix Suns in the NBA Finals, demand for tickets has prices reaching upwards of $17,000.

This is the first NBA Finals appearance for the Bucks since 1974, and if anyone wants to attend a game in-person at Fiserv Forum, expect the seats (or standing room only) to cost a pretty penny.

According to SeatGeek, tickets for Game 3 range anywhere from $500+ all the way up to $18,000+. While spending nearly $20,000 per ticket for a Bucks game may seem crazy to some, those seats will have you rubbing elbows with some possible celebrities. Whether that be current Green Bay Packers players, Wisconsin-native JJ Watt or even Chance The Rapper, Fiserv Forum has seen its fair share of celebrities attend playoff games.

Game 3Price per ticket
Standing Room Only$557
1 Ticket$777
2 Tickets$692
4 Tickets$777
Highest Priced Ticket$18,118
Ticket prices from SeatGeek.com

Tickets for Game 4 are close to identical in prices compared to Game 3, except if you want to go by yourself an extra $59 will be needed. If planning on spending the highest amount possible on tickets, Game 4 is nearly $1,000 cheaper.

Game 4Price per ticket
Standing Room Only$558
1 Ticket$836
2 Tickets$664
4 Tickets$736
Highest Priced Ticket$17,319
Ticket prices from SeatGeek.com

Even though the Bucks are down 0-2 in the series, Giannis Antetkounmpo has played well nearly one week removed from what looked like a devasting injury. A masterful Game 2 performance of 42 points, 12 rebounds and three blocks (all of which lead the Bucks in those categories).

The all-important Game 3 awaits the Bucks on Sunday evening, in what certainly could be a jam-packed Fiserv Forum.