Get to watch the Gilas Pilipinas live in action for just P100.
That’s the most affordable option for Filipino fans as tickets for the Philippine basketball team’s home games in the 6th and final window of the FIBA World qualifiers will start selling on Jan. 8 Sunday.
Gilas will be back in action against Lebanon on Feb. 24 and Jordan on Feb. 27 at the massive 55,000-seater Philippine Arena in Bocaue Bulacan.
Tickets offering the best view at Courtside VVIP costs P16,300, followed by Courtside VIP worth P9,800, Patrol Gold at P2500, Patron Silver (P1,700), Patron Bronze (P1,100), and Lower Box.
A general admission ticket costs P100.
Lower Box and Admission are free seating.
Holding a 5 win-3 loss card, the Philippines is currently in third place in Group E behind leader Lebanon (7-1) and New Zealand (6-2).
China, Australia, and Iran are currently the top three teams in Group F, and Japan at fourth place.
The 16 teams from Asia and Oceania are fighting for spots for the FIBA World Cup to be hosted by the Philippines, Japan and Indonesia from Aug. 25 to Sept. 10.
Only six spots are being contested by the aspirants in the Qualifying phase as the Philippines and Japan, being major host countries, are already assured of slots.
Indonesia’s guaranteed spot is subject to reaching the Quarter Finals of the FIBA Asia Cup. The top three teams from groups E and F will qualify for the World Cup.
If Indonesia is guaranteed a spot, the third placer with the better record will qualify in addition to the top two teams from each group.