Milw. Bucks offering cold weather ticket deal for Tuesday's game

MILWAUKEE (WITI) -- The Milwaukee Bucks are offering some incentives to get folks down to the Bradley Center to watch the team take on the Golden State Warriors from Northern California on Tuesday, January 7th.

The Bucks and Mother Nature extend a warm welcome to our friends from Northern California, who will make their lone BMO Harris Bradley Center appearance of the season tomorrow night (7 p.m. tip).

The game is part of NBA FIT Live Healthy Week, a league-wide initiative highlighting the importance healthy living through three simple pillars: being active, eating healthy and playing together.

As part of the celebration, all fans age 14 and under in attendance will receive a Bucks aluminum water bottle, courtesy of Elite Sports Club.

Additionally, with record cold setting in to the area, the Bucks are giving fans an opportunity to “Save Some Cold Hard Cash” and help the team give a hearty Wisconsin winter welcome to their visitors from sunny California on Tuesday.

The ticket price in select seats (lower level baseline and upper level sideline seats) for Tuesday night’s game against Golden State will drop the same degree as the temperature outside (actual temperature, not wind chill).

For example, if the mercury drops to -20, tickets in the select areas will be discounted $20.

The “Save Cold Hard Cash” ticket discount will go into effect at 9 a.m. on Tuesday morning using Monday’s official low temperature in Milwaukee.

Tickets will be available at, 1-800-4NBA-TIX and the BMO Harris Bradley Center Box Office.

Fans can register for Enews at or follow @Bucks on Twitter to be notified of the official low temperature and discount on Tuesday morning.