On October 26, 1984, Michael Jordan made his NBA debut with the Chicago Bulls. Of the 25 ticket stubs that are still around today, there is only one known full, unused ticket from the season opener against the Washington Bullets.
The historic piece of sports memorabilia comes courtesy of a former Northwestern student and Washington, D.C. native that was gifted two seats to the game by Bullets executive Jerry Sachs. With no one to take his extra ticket, he went to the game alone and held on to his spare, unused ticket for the last 38 years. The item is currently for sale as part of Heritage Auctions’ 2022 Winter Platinum Night Sports Auction, ending on February 26, 2022.
The current bid as of this posting is $240,000 and you can check out the auction HERE.