Minneapolis-St. Paul – The Minnesota Timberwolves today launched their 2018-19 Flex Packs, offering fans the opportunity to choose tickets to any 10 games with savings over purchasing individual game tickets.
Fans can choose a minimum of 10 games, no exceptions, with the option to select up to 20 games at the Flex Pack pricing. Flex Packs also include savings on single game tickets and playoff priority.
Flex Pack holders have the flexibility to change seat location, the number of tickets per game and price point based on the matchup. The ticket packages offer significant savings from single game prices and provide access to see the most in-demand games of the 2018-19 season.
The Timberwolves will open their home schedule at Target Center on Friday, October 19 against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Other highlights of the team’s home slate of games include: the Los Angeles Lakers on Monday, Oct. 29 and Sunday, Jan. 6; the Houston Rockets on Monday, Dec. 3 and Wednesday, Feb. 13; the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday, Mar. 5 and Sunday, April 7; and the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday Mar. 19 and Friday, Mar. 29.
For more information and to purchase a Timberwolves Flex Pack, visit www.timberwovles.com/flex or call 612-673-1234.
About Minnesota Timberwolves
The Minnesota Timberwolves completed a successful 2017-18 season that included a return to the NBA playoffs. Off the court, the team grew in nearly every area of the business, notably a 15% year-over-year increase in attendance, 16 regular season home game sellouts, which accounted for the most in a season since the 1991-92 season, and a 20% increase in the full season ticket base, putting the team in the top 10 in the NBA in new full season tickets sold. The team also set an all-time franchise record in partial season ticket plans, group tickets and suite rentals, and were either sold out or over 90% capacity in every premium space. Television ratings increased 78% year-over-year, the third highest YOY increase in the league, and merchandise sales were up 70%, fueled by the team’s new branding and new relationship with Nike. Other new partnerships with Fitbit, Anheuser-Busch and Hy-Vee aided in a 25% increase in corporate partnerships. Prior to the start of the season, the team completed a $150 million renovation of Target Center, which was a nominee for Sports Facility of the Year at the Sports Business Journal Awards and was named a Top Project of 2017 by Finance & Commerce.
Contact Information: Kirsten Wenker, email@example.com, 612-673-8419