Single Game Tickets For All 19 Home Games At Michelob ULTRA Arena On Sale, Tuesday, April 2

LAS VEGAS, NV (March 28, 2024)— A limited number of single game tickets for the Las Vegas Aces 19 home games at Michelob ULTRA Arena go on sale Tuesday, April 2 beginning at 10 am PT. Tickets may be purchased by visiting

Tickets to the Aces September 3 home game against Chicago at T-Mobile Arena are also available for purchase at

As part of the team’s promotional schedule, the Aces are giving away three bobbleheads throughout the 2024 regular season—Sunday, August 18 when the team hosts Los Angeles; Tuesday, September 3 when Las Vegas welcomes Chicago to T-Mobile Arena, and a third game which will be announced at a later date.

The Aces will unveil their championship banner and distribute their World Championship rings to the team prior to the home opener on Tuesday, May 14 vs. Phoenix, and the first 10,000 fans in attendance at Las Vegas’ Tuesday, May 21 home tilt vs. the Mercury will receive a free replica banner.

Additional giveaways and theme nights may be found at

Earlier this month, Las Vegas became the first WNBA franchise to sell out all of its season ticket inventory. Fans interested in joining the season ticket member waiting list may do so by visiting

One of the WNBA’s original franchises, the Las Vegas Aces trace their lineage to the Beehive State where they began life as the Utah Starzz. They relocated to San Antonio in 2003, before moving to the Sports & Entertainment Capital of the World prior to the 2018 season. Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis purchased the team in 2021, and Aces fans were rewarded with back-to-back WNBA Championships in 2022 and 2023. The 2022 title team also became the first major professional sports franchise to bring a championship to the state of Nevada.

After becoming the first WNBA team in more than two decades to repeat as champions a year ago, the 2024 season brings with it the opportunity for an even rarer three-peat. That effort is being led by the franchise’s core four of two-time M’VP A’ja Wilson; three-time WNBA champion Chelsea Gray; and two-time title winners Kelsey Plum and Jackie Young. At the helm is 2022 WNBA Coach of the Year Becky Hammon—one of the most decorated players in league history, and one of only two head coaches to win championships in their first two seasons.

In addition to the Aces success on the court, they have been equally successful off of it. In March of 2022 the team moved into a 50,000 square foot headquarters—the first complex built solely for use by a WNBA team. In March of 2024, Las Vegas became the first WNBA franchise to sell out its season ticket allotment. Heading into the regular season the Aces are on pace to become the first WNBA franchise to sell out all of its home games.