The entry ticket for Michael Jordan’s first game of the NBA career in the fall of 1984 has been sold at auction for nearly $ 25,000, or about $ 22,500, the Chicago Tribune reported.

It’s a record amount for a single ticket to Jordan’s debut.

The auction, which ended on Friday, collected 62 auctions, and the price of the ticket eventually came to $ 24,907.50.

The flag once took us to watch Jordan and the Chicago Bulls host the Washington Bullets on the opening night of the 1984-85 NBA season on October 26, 1984. Jordan scored 16 points in the match, and the Bulls won the match in front of 13,913 spectators.

Season card even more expensive

Jordan’s entry season admission ticket auction record is from 2018, when the Bulls season ticket for that season was sold for $ 33,600.

Prices for Jordan-related collectibles have risen as Jordan has once again appeared on ESPN’s horror documentary series “The Last Dance”.

Recently, Jordan’s used shoes during his coming season were auctioned for $ 560,000, or about $ 518,000.