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Timberwolves tickets for final 12 home games go on sale

Minnesota Timberwolves forward Karl-Anthony Towns dunks in front Detroit Pistons forward Blake Griffin and center Mason Plumlee, rear, during the first quarter of an NBA basketball game Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2020, in Minneapolis. Photo: AP Photo/Andy Clayton-King/File. Minnesota Timberwolves forward Karl-Anthony Towns dunks in front Detroit Pistons forward Blake Griffin and center Mason Plumlee, rear, during the first quarter of an NBA basketball game Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2020, in Minneapolis.

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Updated: March 31, 2021 09:25 AM
Created: March 31, 2021 07:45 AM

Wednesday morning, the Minnesota Timberwolves tickets for the team's final 12 home games of the season went on sale to the general public.

Tickets went on sale at 10 a.m. The first game fans will be allowed to attend will be the April 5 contest against Sacramento.

State guidelines allow the Timberwolves to host up to 3,000 fans per game.

Timberwolves to host limited number of fans for final 12 home games

The organization also said it will implement health and safety protocols, including socially distanced seating, mandatory masks and verbal COVID-19 screening before games. The team is also making some routine parts of game-day digital to reduce touchpoints, such as digital ticketing and mobile ordering of concessions that can be delivered to their seat.

"The Timberwolves app provides a safe and navigable experience inside Target Center and eliminates waiting in lines and cash exchange. Fans are encouraged to order in the app from their seat and never have to miss a moment of game action," Timberwolves and Lynx COO Ryan Tanke said.

More information is available online.


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