OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- The winning bid for tonight's game as Mayor Libby Schaaf's guest at what could be the final game at Oracle Arena was $7600.
According to a statement released by Mayor Schaaf's office the winner is a 15-year-old named Sarah Zeiph.
Her father, Joe Zeiph, the owner of Porboys German Automotive Service in Fruitvale "made the winning bid on behlaf of his daughter Sarah, who celebrates a birthday in two weeks."
The Oakland mayor's office sent out a press release Thursday night announcing the single-ticket donation for bidding.
The Zeiph will sit with the mayor in the City of Oakland's box suite.
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All proceeds will benefit the Oakland Promise, which sends kids from Oakland to college with mentors and scholarships.
The ticket includes pre-game courtside access during player warm-ups.
Current ticket prices on Ticketmaster are upwards of $670 for upper-level seats.
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