Wolves have launched season ticket sales in anticipation of massive fan support

Season tickets and match tickets for the Wolves basketball club started selling on Monday. New players in the basketball world, Wolves, are starting their way in Lithuanian basketball.

The club will play its first season in Alytus, a city with basketball traditions. Season tickets and match tickets of the Wolves club are distributed by the country’s largest ticket distributor, Biletai.lt.

It is predicted that due to the particularly attractive prices, Wolves season tickets and match tickets will attract a lot of attention from basketball fans. A season ticket for the 2022-2023 season for all Wolves matches costs between 40 and 50 euros. Tickets for “Wolves” matches cost from 2.75 to 10 euros.

“We are happy to start cooperation with the new capital’s basketball club “Wolves”. We have no doubt that in the near future we will become reliable partners and thus contribute not only to the success of the new basketball club. We believe that this cooperation will contribute to the popularization of basketball throughout the country,” said Ramūnas Šaučikovas, Head of the international group of ticket sales and event planning companies “Piletilevi Group” in Lithuania, which manages the “Bilietai.lt” brand.

Andrius Žiauberis, Wolves club director: “We are a new club in the world of basketball, but we have a lot of experience in organizing events and we understand the importance of a smooth ticket distribution process. Therefore, when we started selling season tickets and tickets to our team’s matches, we were looking for a reliable partner in the market , which can ensure an uncomplicated and reliable process in order to ensure that basketball fans do not have any difficulties in purchasing tickets. “Bilietai.lt” met our requirements and needs, it is one of the largest and one of the oldest ticket distributors in the country, so we are very happy with the cooperation we have started.”

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