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Lynx WNBA Finals tickets are on-sale

The Minnesota Lynx are anxiously awaiting game one of the WNBA Finals. Tickets to the game one of the series are on-sale now. 4,500 seats have already been sold. Game one is October 2nd against the Indiana Fever or Atlanta Dream.
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The Minnesota Lynx are anxiously awaiting game one of the WNBA Finals. Tickets to the game one of the series are on-sale now. 4,500 seats have already been sold. Game one is October 2nd against the Indiana Fever or Atlanta Dream.

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