I have attended two Fever basketball games already this season — and now I’m hooked! Last night, I obsessively checked the Indiana Fever twitter stream for game updates, since the away game was not broadcast on television. (At least, not anywhere this cable-free girl could watch.)
Sadly, the Liberty broke our 4 game winning streak, but it’s going to be a fabulous season. I can’t wait to see another game, but it looks like that will have to be in person. Luckily, the WNBA keeps it frugal!
The best seats in the house are in the Legends suite, and the Fever hosted the Indy Geek Girls at Legends on Saturday. Free food, free drinks, and so. much. fun. We had the opportunity to watch the game from section 110 or on the big screen TVs in the bar area.
I gorged myself on nachos (fabulous nachos!), buffalo chicken, and wine. I missed out on the warm, fresh cookies at halftime — both because I was too busy enjoying my time with friends and because I’m gluten free anyway — but I hear they’re pretty fabulous.
Legends is available for groups of 15 or more, with group tickets at just $25 each, but if the fancy, schmancy group suite is too much for your family, check out Family Night!
Tickets start at just $13 and include a hot dog, chips, and drink. The Fever hosts Family Night at every Saturday home game. There are 4 more dates this season: 6/16, 7/7, 8/18, 9/1 — plenty of time to plan a fun date, girls’ night or family fun experience.
And, if you’d like to catch a weekday game, try two for Tuesdays and Thursdays — buy one, get one free tickets come out as low as $8 each. With so many affordable options, I’m planning to hit at least one more game this season!
Someday, I’ll be a season ticket holder — even that isn’t very expensive!
Photo Credit: Angie Six
Indiana Fever hosted me and 30 of my blogger friends in the Legends suite for Saturday’s game. My ticket, food, and drinks (uh, a few too many, perhaps) were paid for, but all opinions are 100% mine.