Aces sell out 15 of 20 home games

DJ Cabanlong-The Sporting Tribune
The Las Vegas Aces announced on Friday that they have sold out 15 of their 20 regular season home games, including a July game against the Fever at T-Mobile Arena.

LAS VEGAS — The Las Vegas Aces continue to set records, announcing on Friday that they have sold out an unprecedented 15 of 20 home games for the 2024 season so far. 

In March, the Aces became the first WNBA team in history to sell out their entire season ticket allotment.

Two of the 20 home games will be held at T-Mobile Arena, the “A” arena in the city and home to the Vegas Golden Knights. It seats over 18,000 people as opposed to the typical 12,000 that can be accommodated by their usual home court at the Michelob Ultra Arena.

The July 2nd match-up against Caitlin Clark and the Indiana Fever was one of the games that switched scheduled sites. The other is a Sept. 3 meeting against the Chicago Sky that has yet to sell out. 

Other marquee games with tickets still available include May 21 against the Mercury, Sept. 15 against the Sun, and Sept. 19 against the Wings. 

The Aces also announced a new Shared Party Suite. This option will allow buyers to share the amenities of a luxury suite with other fans for a price of $200.