Want tickets to Game 6 of the NBA Finals? All you need to do is get vaccinated
MILWAUKEE — With only one more win needed to clinch their first NBA Championship in 50 years, Game 6 of the Bucks matchup against the Phoenix Suns has the potential to be truly historic.
Tickets for the highly anticipated game may be selling for a minimum of $1,000, but a pair of lucky fans won’t have to pay a dime to get in. All it takes is getting a COVID-19 shot.
If you’re heading to the @DeerDistrict tomorrow, are still unvaccinated, & want a chance to see the @Bucks play live in @FiservForum, we’ll be vaccinating on-site before the game! Anyone who gets their shot will be entered to win two tickets to Game 6! #CrushCovidMKE pic.twitter.com/wpwNNbUWYh
— City of Milwaukee Health Department (@MKEhealth) July 19, 2021
The Milwaukee Health Department, in collaboration with the Bucks, will host a vaccination clinic at the Fiserv Forum Plaza from 6 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Everyone who gets a shot at the clinic will be entered into a drawing to win two tickets to Game 6.
After losing the first two games in the series, the Bucks rallied to win the last three, including a massive Saturday-night win in Phoenix.
Gates for the Deer District open at 6 p.m. Tuesday, two hours before tip-off.
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