Omaze Offers Chance To Win Lakers Front Row Seats For Kobe Bryant’s Final Game
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The end of Kobe Bryant’s NBA career with the Los Angeles Lakers is drawing near. Bryant has only a handful of games left at the Staples Center with every Lakers fan trying to get a glimpse of the future Hall of Famer before he retires this summer.

Kobe’s final game in Los Angeles will take place on April 13th against the visiting Utah Jazz. Bryant’s last game is the hottest ticket in town with courtside seats going for $20,000 or more.

Fortunately, Omaze is giving fans a chance to win a pair of front row seats as well as a few others perks:

– Get Row A, center court tickets to the final Lakers home game of the season in Los Angeles
– High-five Kobe and the Lakers team as they run out on the court
– Get flown to LA and put up in a 4-star hotel

Donate $10 today at Omaze’s High-Five Kobe on the Court for His Final Game page for a chance to be front row on April 13 and be part of an unforgettable experience to watch one of the greatest players of in the history of the game entertain Lakers fans one last time.

Also, by entering with a donation as little as $10, fans will be supporting three great charities, including the Kobe and Vanessa Bryant Family Foundation, Positive Coaching Alliance, and After-School All-Stars.

Enter for your chance to win today: Click Here!

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