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How to get WNBA tickets for the 2024 season

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A basketball player dribbles the ball, while another basketball player plays defense against her.Caitlin Clark #22 of the Indiana Fever plays against the Dallas Wings during a pre season game in May.

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The 2024 WNBA season is halfway through, and we’ve put together everything you need to know about how to get WNBA tickets. Whether you’ve been following the league since Diana Taurasi first started playing or you’ve only just become a fan in the past few months, we’ve got you covered when it comes to snagging seats to your favorite teams’ games.

More eyes are on the league than ever before, thanks in no small part to Caitlin Clark, Angel Reese, Kamilla Cardoso, and other promising rookies who helped elevate the game in their final college basketball season. Clark, the top NCAA basketball scorer of all time (who broke both the men’s and women’s records), joined the Indiana Fever as the no. 1 overall draft pick this year. The Chicago Sky drafted both Reese and Cardoso, and other top rookies went to the Los Angeles Sparks and Washington Mystics. 

The WNBA season will run from May 14 to September 19, with a mid-season break for the Olympics, so there’s plenty of time to catch a game. We’ve got a full breakdown on getting tickets to any game in the 2024 season, including a list of the teams, purchasing details, original ticket prices, and resale ticket listings. You can also peruse Vivid Seats and StubHub at your leisure. 

Teams

Below is a breakdown of every WNBA team and the cheapest available tickets for each team’s 2024 season. The prices come from Vivid Seats and were accurate at the time of writing, although they are subject to change as the season goes on.

Team Prices from
Indiana Fever $11
Chicago Sky $13
Los Angeles Sparks $5
Las Vegas Aces $9
Minnesota Lynx $10
New York Liberty $10
Connecticut Sun $8
Dallas Wings $9
Seattle Storm $5
Washington Mystics $17
Phoenix Mercury $11
Atlanta Dream $9

How to get WNBA tickets

Original standard WNBA tickets are sold through Ticketmaster and AXS. Many of the court-side (or court-adjacent) seats have already sold, but there are still some original tickets remaining for all teams. Tickets are also available through resale websites like Vivid Seats and StubHub, which tend to have more variety in seating location and price.  

How much are WNBA tickets?

At the time of writing, the cheapest available tickets across the WNBA are usually for Los Angeles Sparks home games. The cheapest remaining original standard tickets for the July 16 home game go for around $26. On Vivid Seats, the cheapest available tickets to this game go for around $5 to $9. On StubHub, the cheapest listings start at $9.

Indiana Fever home games were previously the most affordable tickets that you could get your hands on, but the cheapest listings have increased slightly since the season began and the Fever’s ranking in the league has risen. Overall, the cheapest WNBA resale tickets for each team range from $5 to $17, although the average cheapest available tickets for each team are around $50.

WNBA All-Star Game tickets

Original tickets to the WNBA All-Star Game on July 20 in Phoenix have sold out, but you can find listings on resale websites. Our WNBA All-Star tickets guide has the full details, including the cheapest available tickets. 

How to watch WNBA games

If you’re unable to catch a game in person, there are ample opportunities to tune in live this year. Several big broadcasters have picked up games this season, so viewers will be able to see the teams play across several networks throughout the season, including ABC, ESPN, CBS, ION, NBA TV, and more. Games will also be available through select streaming services. You can check out our WNBA streaming guide for more info.

Note: Certain services and regions prohibit the resale of tickets. Business Insider does not endorse or condone the illegal reselling of tickets, and entry into an event is at the venue’s discretion.

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