Phoenix Game Will Be In Connecticut Sun Ticket Plan

by Categorized: Brittney Griner, Connecticut Sun, Diana Taurasi, WNBA Date:

The Connecticut Sun’s Big Game Mini Plan ticket package, which went on sale on Wednesday at 10 a.m.,  includes the home opener against the New York Liberty on May 25th, the Washington Mystics on June 7th, the Seattle Storm on June 16th and the WNBA All Star Game on July 27th.

The other games in the plan June 29 against Phoenix, with Diana Taurasi and likely Brittney Griner, Candace Parker and the Los Angeles Sparks on August 6th, Lindsay Whalen, Maya Moore and the Minnesota Lynx on August 22nd and the defending WNBA champion Indiana Fever to close out the regular season on September 15th.

The Big Game Plan is priced at $208 and $248. Those who purchase Mini Plans will enjoy priority purchase for playoff tickets and a discount off the box office price. The Big Game Plan can be purchased by calling the Sun at 1.877.SUN.TIXX or visiting http://bit.ly/ZULZBF.

The Courant is using Facebook comments on stories. To comment on courant.com articles, sign into Facebook and enter your comment in the field below. Comments will appear in your Facebook News Feed unless you choose otherwise. To report spam or abuse, click the X next to the comment. For guidelines on commenting, click here.

4 thoughts on “Phoenix Game Will Be In Connecticut Sun Ticket Plan

  1. Ted Neely

    One definition of endogenous is growing or developing from within. You can’t spell endogenous without geno. Kind of ironic since he doesn’t let his bench players grow or develop.

    1. Busted Plays

      TED–I’ve hated geno in the past, loud mouthed, foul mouthed, thin skined, combative, screams at his players in public, –all this I hated about Calhoun.

      Then I learned of all the good he does every day, every month, every year–and he demands most goes un publicized. He also gets his kids to “give back”–Connecticut is bless to have him, Christine Dailey, Shea and Morissa and especially GENO. And he wins championships, more often than any other current Women’s basketball coach.
      Ask Notre Dame and Baylor tell me when were your last TWO NCAA championships?? Then say which coach you’d want.

    1. Ted Neely

      Okay, you got me. I don’t know spit about basketball. Just having fun poking the real fans.

Comments are closed.