Going to a Timberwolves game at the Target Center in downtown Minneapolis? Going to see a concert or another event at the Target Center? If you are watching a basketball game at the Target Center, or seeing a show or another event, here's where to park, how to get cheap tickets, where to find a hotel, and which bars and restaurants to go to before and after the event.
How To Get Cheap Tickets for Minnesota Timberwolves Games
Poor Timberwolves, currently Minnesota's least popular professional team. Tickets for the Minnesota Timberwolves are in less demand than for Minnesota's other pro teams, but that just means you can watch a professional sports team play for as little as $5.
Wednesday evenings are College Night. All upper level tickets are $5 with student ID, and usually they'll upgrade the first 100 students to the lower levels.
Sunday is Kids' Day, where children under 12 get a free ticket with every adult $10 upper level ticket purchase.
And for all games, save money on Ticketmaster fees by purchasing tickets at the Target Center box office, in advance or at the game.
Target Center is in downtown Minneapolis, in the established Warehouse arts and entertainment district, and parking can be a hassle. Here's where to find parking for Target Center for Timberwolves games and other events at the Target Center.
There's plenty of bars and restaurants near Target Center. But which one do you choose for a meal or a drink before or after an event at the Target Center? Whether you are going with your friends, your family, a party crowd, or your date, here's some picks for bars and restaurants near the Target Center.
Staying in town overnight? Here's where to find a hotel in downtown Minneapolis.
If you are in town for a few days to see the baseball game, here's ideas for other things to do in Minneapolis and neighboring St. Paul while you are here.