Las Vegas Aces Soar to First-Ever WNBA Season Ticket Sellout


The Las Vegas Aces are making headlines once again, this time not on the court, but in the ticketing office. 

The two-time defending champions have achieved a remarkable feat, becoming the first team in WNBA history to sell out all of its allotted season tickets, the club announced on Thursday.

With approximately 8,600 season tickets snapped up by eager fans, the Aces have solidified their status as a powerhouse both on and off the court.

This remarkable achievement underscores the unwavering support and enthusiasm of the Las Vegas community for their beloved team.

Aces’ Off-Court Dominance

The Las Vegas Aces are making headlines once again, this time not on the court, but in the ticketing office.

Last season, the Aces led the league in attendance, with an impressive average of 9,551 fans per game. 

Their home court advantage at the Michelob Ultra Arena proved formidable, with nine sellout games contributing to the electric atmosphere. 

Notably, the Aces also graced the much larger T-Mobile Arena twice, drawing in excess of 12,000 fans for each game—a testament to the growing popularity of women’s basketball in Las Vegas.

While season tickets are now sold out, fans need not despair. Single-game tickets for most matches will go on sale in late April, offering an opportunity for all supporters to experience the thrill of Aces basketball live. 

Additionally, single tickets for the highly anticipated game against the Chicago Sky at T-Mobile Arena on September 3 will be available later this month.

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Las Vegas Sets Sights on Third Consecutive WNBA Title

As the Aces gear up for the upcoming season, anticipation is palpable. Opening their campaign on May 14 against the Phoenix Mercury, the Aces have their sights set on etching their names in the annals of WNBA history once again. 

With aspirations of clinching their third consecutive championship, Las Vegas aims to emulate the legendary Houston Comets, who secured four straight titles from 1997 to 2000.

Reflecting the team’s dominance, ESPN BET has placed the Aces at even odds to clinch another championship—an accolade that would further solidify their legacy in the sport. 

Notably, the New York Liberty trails closely behind with the second-best odds at +240, emphasizing the competitive landscape of the upcoming season.

As the countdown to tip-off begins, anticipation mounts among fans eager to witness the Aces’ pursuit of glory. With sold-out season tickets and a championship-caliber roster, Las Vegas is primed to captivate basketball enthusiasts worldwide once again.

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