The Sacramento Kings have announced season tickets for the 2015-16 season will be higher than this year.
The Sacramento Bee first reported the organization will be raising season ticket prices between $1 to $10 for half of season ticket holders per seat per game, depending on where the particular seats are located in Sleep Train Arena.
The team however, still boasts the third-cheapest tickets in all the NBA.
The move comes in the season where the team currently sits fourth worst in the NBA’s Western Conference, and have already fired head coach Michael Malone.
Next season will be the final season the kings play at Sleep Train Arena in Natomas after 30 seasons.
The new downtown arena is expected to be ready for the 2016-17 season.