Wolves offer big incentives to fans who buy season tickets

Fifty percent off concessions, including alcohol? That's unheard of.
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Jarrett Culver

The Wolves delivered a massive roster makeover a week ago, including a trade that landed rising star point guard D'Angelo Russell, and now the team that is last in the NBA in attendance is offering appealing incentives to get more butts in seats at Target Center.

Fans that buy the full-season package will get 50% off concessions, including alcohol, and 50% off merchandise, for all home games the next two seasons (2020-21 and 2021-22). All concessions and merchandise purchases must be made with the Wolves Wallet, via the Timberwolves app, to get the half-price deals.  

Additionally, current season-ticket holders who re-enroll for the 2020-21 full season package will lock in their 2019-20 membership price for the next two seasons. 

Lower-level tickets range from $23 to $267 per game. So for less than a $1,000 fans can lock in full season tickets, or spend up around $11,000 for seats at center court. 

Upper-level tickets start at $15 per game and go up to $52 per game. 

Minnesota is averaging an announced attendance of 14,592 per game this season. It's dead last among 30 NBA teams.

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