A $10 Hot Dog, Parking For $60, A $15 Cup Of Beer, And Free COVID-19 Test? How And Why NBA Teams Are Allowing Fans Inside Their Arenas.

General view of Phoenix Suns Arena during an NBA basketball game between the Phoenix Suns and Boston Celtics, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021, in Phoenix. About 1,500 local health care workers were in attendance marking the first Suns game of the season that fans were allowed into the arena due to COVID-19 restrictions. (AP Photo/Ralph Freso)

It might be hard to catch a case of COVID from a stranger giving you a high-five at an NBA game, but making out with a someone you don't know during the "Kiss Cam" promotion would definitely not be a good idea. 

Desperate times call for desperate measures, and you will not believe what one NBA team is adding to a standard ticket package to get fans into a game. 

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