- One ticket to a Phoenix Mercury WNBA playoff game against the Tulsa Shock
- $9 for seating in rows 13–17 of sections 105–111, 117–118, or 122–123 ($30.30 value)
- $19 for seating in rows 19–31 of sections 117–123 ($34.30 value)
- $27 for seating in rows 9–15 of sections 101–103; rows 3–11 of section 111; rows 9–15 of sections 113–115; rows 3–11 of section 116; or rows 5–11 of sections 122–124 ($73.90 value)
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The Scouting Report
On September 17, the Mercury kick off the 2015 postseason in pursuit of a second consecutive WNBA title. Behind All-Star center Brittney Griner, the team heads into a best-of-three series against the Tulsa Shock, a team they defeated in three of five meetings in the regular season. What’s more, the Mercury claim home-court advantage in the series, building on an impressive 13–4 regular-season home record at the only arena where they get first dibs on all the best concession-stand snacks.
As one of the WNBA's eight charter franchises, the Phoenix Mercury have brought some of the league's biggest stars to the valley over the years. In 2004, the Mercury selected Diana Taurasi with the first overall pick. Two years later, they snagged Cappie Pondexter. Those two selections paid huge dividends in 2007 as the team claimed its first-ever WNBA championship. But perhaps the Mercury's biggest acquisition didn't come until April 2013, when they selected Baylor University's Brittney Griner. Like with Taurasi and Pondexter before her, the Mercury figure to lean on Griner for years to come in hopes of capturing more WNBA titles.