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Want to see Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks play, and win, at home? Now is your chance. (PHOTO: David Bernacchi)

Bucks announce creative ticket promotion that guarantees fans 10 wins

With inconvenient convenience and handling fees applied to ticket orders, the eternal struggle of trying to park near the stadium without paying too much, the possibility of unruly drunks in your section and the unpredictability of the game itself, what's guaranteed these days for sports fans?

Well, how about seeing your team win? How about seeing it win 10 games? At least, eventually.

The Bucks on Tuesday announced a unique and interesting ticket package, which allows fans to attend the next 10 home Bucks victories – yes, victories – for just $149. The new package is called the 10-Win Pass and, starting Jan. 13, it runs until Milwaukee triumphs 10 times at home. The promotion presumably is an attempt by the team to boost low home attendance.

"There's nothing like a Bucks victory in front of a packed house at the BMO Harris Bradley Center," Bucks President Peter Feigin said. "Our staff continues to build creative and innovative platforms to give even more Bucks fans the opportunity to see a win by the home team. We're thrilled to roll out this one-of-a-kind ticket pass and give our great fans a winning experience."

The 10-Win Pass went on sale Tuesday and will be available for purchase through Wednesday, Jan. 11. The ticket pass begins Friday, Jan. 13 when the Bucks take on the Miami Heat. Fans will receive a ticket for that night's game and every subsequent Bucks home game of the 2016-17 season until the team gets 10 home wins.

Fans who purchase the 10-Win Pass will receive additional ticket bonuses if the Bucks have home winning streaks of five or 10 games during the duration of the pass. Seating locations vary by game, based on availability, with tickets delivered each game day via the Bucks mobile app.

The Bucks are 14-15 this season, but have been successful at home, posting a 10-7 record. The team currently ranks 27th in the NBA in attendance, with an average of 15,223 fans per game. Among the games guaranteed, at minimum, in the 10-Win Pass are the Heat (twice), the Houston Rockets, Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Lakers, Detroit Pistons, Utah Jazz, Phoenix Suns and Philadelphia 76ers (twice). When the promotion begins, Milwaukee will have a total of 21 home games remaining in the regular season.

The 10-Win Pass is only available for purchase online, and just for a limited time. Fans can get more information or purchase tickets here.

Not a bad way to see Giannis Antetokounmpo, Jabari Parker and the young Bucks play a bunch of times this year.


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