So you want to take Mom to Game 3 of the NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals on Saturday as a change for Sunday Mother’s Day Brunch?
You might want to stick to spending your money on mimosas.
For Bucks fans, the limited buys that were available in the first round of the NBA Playoffs are likely over against the Celtics. That $46 standing space at the Fiserv Forum against the Bulls in the latest series now starts at $107 plus service charge starting Thursday night.
The most affordable ticket in an upstairs Uecker-style seat is currently $166 on Bucks.com
If you want to ask Giannis Antetokounmpo for a pair of his Air Zoom Freak shoes or if you’re hoping to get a selfie with Aaron Rodgers, you can find a basic courtside seat starting around $4,000 (that’s the low end)
Are tickets available for Game 3 at Fiserv Forum?
Yes, you can still purchase tickets for Saturday’s game at 2:30 p.m. starting Thursday night on Bucks.com and Ticketmaster.com.
Many resale options are also available on Bucks.com, Stubhub.com, Seatgeek.com and other ticketing sites.
Lower tier tickets start at around $200 plus service charge behind the basket, but steadily increase as the sections get closer to the middle of the floor.
Monday night’s Game 4 looks like a better value on the resale market with some upper deck seats between $90 and $100 before service charges.
Will there be watch parties at Deer District?
Yes. Fans not attending the Fiserv Forum matches will still have the option to enjoy them from the Deer District during the Bucks Watch Party presented by Motorola edge! In addition to the outdoor television already in place in The Beer Garden, a screen will be placed in the square for fans to watch the match.
Deer District Square will open two hours prior to the whistleblowing.
Fans without match tickets should enter the Deer District through the south end of the square (near Highland and Vel R Phillips).
Bags will not be allowed in the plaza and a security search will be required to enter the deer quarter. All banned articles can be found on the Fiserv forum website.
Fans with game tickets can also enter through the Deer District at the north end of the plaza (near Juneau Ave).
How do I access my tickets?
Through the Bucks app on your mobile device.