PBA Game 7 Ticket Holders Can Get Free Rides Going to the Philippine Arena
The Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) offers free rides to game 7 ticket holders going to Philippine Arena.
The game 7 ‘do-or-die’ encounter between Ginebra San Miguel and guest team Bay Area Dragons will take place on January 15 at the Philippine Arena in Bulacan. PBA fans, particularly those from both teams, will undoubtedly travel to see the exciting event.
Meanwhile, the PBA’s leadership has given complimentary rides to Game 7 ticket holders to the Philippine Arena. According to the PBA’s article, the shuttle service for PBA media employees and ticket holders for the aforementioned game is first come, first served.
FMR buses will be waiting at the Roosevelt Avenue terminal in Quezon City on Sunday, January 15, for the first excursion to the Philippine Arena in Bocaue, Bulacan, which will depart at 1:00 p.m. Passengers who are able to board at the Philippine Arena will still be able to board back to Metro Manila.
The Bay Area Dragons forced the series to a winner-take-all after defeating Ginebra in Game 6 at the Araneta Coliseum on Wednesday. Meanwhile, authorities in Quezon City detained a suspected ticket scalper for the PBA game 6.
The PBA reported the scalpers to the QCPD. According to the report, the suspects were working online and near the Araneta Center Coliseum. PBA Commissioner Willie Marcial expressed worry after discovering tickets being auctioned online for five to 10 times the original price.
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