Milwaukee Bucks: Announce new playoff ticket package and single-game on-sale information

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New ‘And One’ package provides unbeatable savings on Bucks playoff tickets

With the Bucks on the verge of clinching a return to postseason action, the team is offering fans multiple opportunities to help maximize Milwaukee’s home court advantage at the BMO Harris Bradley Center during the playoffs. Single-game tickets to the first two Bucks home playoff games will go on sale after a postseason berth is clinched, but fans can get tickets starting today to both games at an incredible value with the “And One” playoff package.

For a limited time and for a limited number of select seats, fans can purchase a two-game playoff pack with tickets to the Bucks’ First Round home games A and B at a discounted rate and with no ticket fees, while also receiving a free “And One” ticket to Fan Appreciation Night when the Bucks host the Boston Celtics in the final game of the regular season on Wednesday, April 15. Packages start at just $35, with lower level options available starting at just $90 (a savings of up to 55% off retail value).

Milwaukee enters today’s play with a 2-game lead over Brooklyn, a 3-game lead over Boston, a 4-game lead over Indiana and Miami, and a 4.5-game lead over Charlotte in the Eastern Conference standings. The Bucks will need to eliminate three of those teams to secure the 28th postseason berth in team history. The Bucks could clinch as early as tomorrow night with a victory over Cleveland and losses by Boston and Indiana.

Ticket packages through the “And One” offer are available at the following price points: $35 (upper-level baseline; a $78.50 value), $50 (upper-level sideline; a $93.70 value), $90 (lower-level baseline; a $147.80 value and $250 (lower-level sideline; a $387.40 value). To take advantage of this great offer, visit or call (414) 227-0599. Single-game tickets for Milwaukee’s potential First Round series will go on sale at noon the day after the Bucks officially clinch a postseason berth.