Lynx Playoff Tickets On-Sale for 2021 WNBA Playoffs on Sunday, September 26
MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL - The Minnesota Lynx secured the No. 3 seed and earned a first-round bye in the 2021 WNBA Playoffs with their 83-77 victory against the Washington Mystics on Sunday.
The Lynx will tip-off against the lower-seed winner of the first-round for a single-elimination contest on Sunday, September 26 at Target Center. Timing will be determined at a later date. The winner will advance to the best-of-five semifinals to take on either the No. 1 seeded Connecticut Sun or No. 2 seeded Las Vegas Aces.
The Lynx's 11th consecutive postseason appearance is the longest-active streak in the league and second-longest such run in WNBA history (Indiana, 2005-2016). It marks Minnesota's 13th overall playoff appearance.
"We are incredibly excited and proud to be entering the WNBA playoffs for our 11th season in a row," said Lynx President of Business Operations Carley Knox. "We have safely been building back our in-arena crowds and are hopeful that Lynx fans come out in full force during playoffs to support this amazing team. It's time to once again pack Our House!"
Tickets are on-sale now at lynxbasketball.com or by calling 612-673-8400, which includes single-game tickets and playoff strips. Playoff strips allow fans to purchase an exact seat location for all home games played during the entire playoff run.
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