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Unused tickets for Michael Jordan’s first match sold for millions

Even seemingly trivial items belonging to great singers, artists and athletes become valuable. Unused tickets for the first match of basketball legend Michael Jordan have now sold for 68 468,000. This amount is more than 83 million rupees in Pakistani rupees.

The ticket is dated October 26, 1984, when Michael played for the Chicago Bulls. This ticket was purchased but could not be used. The ticket was given to Mike Cole by his friend Jerry Shaz. In fact, he got two tickets but could not find another partner and one ticket remained with him.

The significance of this ticket is that it was the first time that the great basketball player Michael Jordan had shown his game. When Mike found out the value of the ticket, he was surprised. His bid kept increasing at every moment in the auction house and finally it came to a halt at کھ 468,000.

Mike Cole said he was unaware of the value of the ticket. He kept the ticket as a memento of the university. For him, it is a happy memory of his youth in middle age.

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