The Minnesota Timberwolves are joining the Twins and the Vikings by announcing the return of fans in the stands.

Starting on April 5th when the Timberwolves play Sacramento at Target Center a limited number of fans will be allowed to watch the game along with the other 11 remaining home games.

Tickets for the final 12 home games will go on sale to the public March 31st starting at 10 AM. Tickets will be available through the official Timberwolves app, fans can also sign up for priority access which will give them access to tickets on March 30th, sign up for priority access here.

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There will be health safety protocols in place to keep fans safe including having pods of two and four seats that are distanced at least 6 feet apart, keep in mind that all the tickets for each pod must be purchased at the same time.

The team will also be offering contactless tickets and food, fans will be able to place a food and/or beverage order and pay from the Timberwolves app and will be notified when the food is ready for pickup. There will also be enhanced cleaning in the arena and masks must also be worn during the game.

“Welcoming Timberwolves fans back to Target Center is an exciting step forward. The energy and passion they bring to games is a huge part of creating a home court advantage for our players,” said Timberwolves and Lynx CEO Ethan Casson in a press release. “We will continue to work with Governor Walz and his team, local health officials, and the NBA to provide a safe and entertaining experience for everyone returning to Target Center.”

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