Here's how you can sit courtside at Kobe Bryant's last NBA game

Published Mar. 15, 2016 12:45 p.m. EDT

Want to be in the building as Kobe Bryant faces the Utah Jazz in his final NBA game ever?

Unless you already have your tickets in hand, you better be ready to fork over a pretty hefty chunk of change. As of Tuesday morning, the least expensive tickets for the Lakers' April 13th game are going for about $700-$800 on

But if you don't have that kind of scratch lying around, Kobe's got you covered. The Black Mamba is partnering with to give away two front-row, courtside seats to his final game. And as Bryant says, if you're not in Los Angeles, that's fine. Your airfare will be covered, and you'll get to stay in a four-star hotel in L.A.

You'll also be able to meet Kobe and his Lakers teammates and high-five Bryant as he takes the court for the final time.


With all of those extra goodies, you might want to enter the contest even if you already have your tickets -- because this sounds like the opportunity of a lifetime. And it's all for a good cause, with donations to enter the drawing going to three of Bryant's favorite charities.

So head over to the website to enter for your chance to meet Bryant while supporting those who could use your help. It's a win-win situation, unless you're a Jazz fan.