It’s difficult to score a ticket to watch the Golden State Warriors play in Oracle Arena. It’s even hard out here for the Andersons. With the Warriors hitting their 300th straight sellout, and a season ticket waiting list pushing upwards of 44,000, the team is looking for ways to get more fans in the arena by truly thinking outside the box. 

According to ESPN’s Darren Rovell, the Warriors will begin offering a monthly "In The Building Pass" to Oracle Arena. For $100 per month, fans will be able to attend every one of the team’s home games, but they would not receive access to an actual seat with a view of the court. They would be allowed entry into the restaurants and bars inside Oracle. 

The "In The Building Pass" is perfect for the person who wants to stunt on the 'Gram by bragging about being inside Oracle for a third straight game without sacrificing all the money in your account. It's also great for the type of people who go to an arena only to spend the entire time in the lounge in front of a TV when the actual game is being played just a few steps away. 

Rovell reports that the "In The Building Pass" grants people the right to receive any of the promotional giveaways. However, passes cannot be transferred and will not be available during the playoffs. With the Warriors playing their final season in Oracle, this may be your only chance to see them live in their old stomping grounds.