The Warriors suffered only their third defeat of the new National Basketball Association season on Monday, falling 121-116 to California rivals the Los Angeles Clippers.
The new membership plan, which runs $100 per month, gets fans into Oracle Arena but doesn't include a seat or even a view of the playing floor.
For $100, fans will be granted access inside the arena for every home game for a month.
Fans can purchase up to four non-transferable passes, with the team planning to sell 200 each month.
Not included with the pass? The team says fans who purchase the pass will have access to the arena's bars and restaurants and can watch on the televisions in the club areas.
Fans will also have a chance to win giveaways if they are among the first 10,000 to enter the stadium.
The Warriors now own a 299-game sellout streak, and 44,000-plus people are on their season-ticket waiting list. This is believed to be the first instance in which a franchise has offered tickets specifically for fans to be allowed into the building without viewing access.
The Warriors will play in front of a sold-out crowd for the 300th consecutive time on Tuesday night.
The Dallas Cowboys have offered standing-room-only tickets called "Party Passes" since 2009, however, the first few rows actually have a view of the game. The current sellout streak, which includes both home regular season and postseason games, started on December 18, 2012 against the then-New Orleans Hornets.