Warriors Single Game Tickets For The 2014 Playoffs, Presented By Kaiser Permanente, Available During Exclusive Presale Events Thursday, April 17
**Playoff Tickets For The First Two Home Games Go On Sale To The General Public Beginning Saturday, April 19**

Kaiser Permanente Extends Presenting Sponsorship Through The 2014 Playoffs
The Clorox Company, Jawbone, Esurance And More Sign-On As Playoff Partners

The Golden State Warriors announced today that single game tickets for the 2014 Playoffs, presented by Kaiser Permanente, will go on sale on Thursday, April 17 beginning at 11:00 a.m. with an exclusive presale event for the team’s Season Ticket Holders. An additional pre-sale event for the team’s Season Ticket Priority Wait List members will begin at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 17. A final presale will be offered to all Warriors Insiders on Friday, April 18 at 10:00 a.m., before tickets are made available to the general public beginning on Saturday, April 19 at 10:00 a.m. Fans will be able to purchase single game tickets for the team’s first two home games of the First Round at Oracle Arena, exclusively online at warriors.com. A full playoff schedule with opponent, dates and times will be announced at a later date.

The team also announced today that Kaiser Permanente has extended its presenting sponsorship of the Warriors through the 2014 Playoffs, while The Clorox Company, Jawbone, Esurance, Cache Creek Casino Resort, Lucky Supermarkets, Adobe, City National Bank and more signed on as additional sponsors for the postseason.

"Extending our play into the 2014 NBA Playoffs this season marks the first time the Warriors have made the playoffs in consecutive seasons in 22 years. We’re excited to not only bring this franchise back to playoff basketball for the second year in a row, but to also extend our relationships with our valued corporate partners – including Kaiser Permanente as the presenting sponsor for our playoffs for a consecutive year,” said Warriors President and Chief Operating Officer Rick Welts. “We have no doubt that Warriors Playoff basketball will be once again exciting this season and are looking forward to packing Warriors Ground with the best fans in the NBA."

Fans interested in securing playoff tickets by joining the Season Ticket Holder Priority Wait List, which currently has over 4,000 members, can still do so by calling 888-GSW-HOOP. Fans interested in taking part in the exclusive presale on Friday, April 18 for Warriors Insiders at 10:00 a.m., can sign-up to become a Warriors Insider in one of three ways – by ’Liking’ the Warriors on Facebook, subscribing to Insider Mobile Alerts by texting GSW to 53548, or signing up for Insider Email Alerts. Those taking part in these presale events will have the opportunity to secure single-game tickets for the first two homes games of the First Round before the general public. Season Ticket Holders, Priority Wait List members, and Warriors Insiders will receive presale opportunities for all remaining 2014 NBA Playoff home games as they are confirmed.

In the event that a Warriors playoff game is sold out, tickets may still be purchased through the Warriors official resale marketplace, where season ticketholders and other fans resell tickets that are guaranteed by the Warriors organization. Please be advised that tickets purchased through third party sites are not verified by the Warriors. Resale tickets are currently available through warriors.com, and offer a safe and convenient way for fans to access all levels of tickets throughout the regular season and playoffs.

In the days leading up to the Warriors first home postseason game, the team will be giving away Playoff tickets and a variety of other prizes as part of a Playoff Ticket Scavenger Hunt. Clues and challenges will be issued each day via one of the Warriors social channels, the team’s mobile app, text messages, e-mails, etc. Fans can follow/download/subscribe to all of them to increase their chances of winning each day. Complete details are available at warriors.com/scavengerhunt.




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