Sports fans in the Midwest can get their fix of basketball without a ticket.
In some cases, they can get a free, but limited, ticket.
The Milwaukee Bucks play the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday night in what’s known as the mid-major game, and tickets for that game start at $35.
The cheapest seats in the arena are in the second row at the top of the court and in section 105.
“You don’t have to buy a ticket, but it’s good to know what you’re getting into,” said Jason Stegall, a sports editor at Fox Sports Midwest.
There are two ways to get into the arena: by using a pass, which costs $3 and allows you to get a picture with the team, or by buying a package, which gives you tickets to the game for $75.
Fans are encouraged to buy tickets early, but a lot of the time the cheapest tickets go on sale at 11 a.m.
The Bucks will be in town for a game against the Charlotte Hornets on Monday.
For fans in suburban Chicago, there are two options.
You can buy a package and get a photo with the Bucks players or coaches.
Tickets are sold in section 110.
A free ticket to a basketball or soccer game is $10.99.
Fans who don’t want to pay for a ticket can go to their local arena to get an additional $3.50.
The Bucks and Bulls play in the same building.
Tickets to the games are sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
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