Washington Wizards Game at Verizon Center (Up to 39% Off). 35 Games and Three Seating Options Available.
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In a Nutshell
Former Kentucky star John Wall leads the Wizards into another NBA season; 35 games available throughout the year
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 12, 2013.Limit 8 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Customers buy through washingtonwizards.com. Contact Verizon Center at (800) 745-3000 with questions. See Groupon's Third Party site terms here. Must purchase together to sit together. Ticketmaster is the issuer of tickets. Discount reflects Ticketmaster's current ticket prices - price may differ on day of event. Additional ticket fees apply at time of purchase. Must enter code wizards at checkout.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for Groupon promo codes or other discounts.
Watching an athlete succeed is supremely satisfying, though curiously, so is watching a dam fail. Feel the rush with this GrouponLive deal to see the Washington Wizards play at the Verizon Center. Choose from the following seating options:
For $22, you get one ticket for upper-level end-zone seating, marked in orange on the seating chart (up to a $36 value, depending on the game chosen).
For $22, you get one ticket for upper-level center seating, marked in dark blue on the seating chart (up to a $36 value, depending on the game chosen).
For $49, you get one ticket for club seating in sections 202–205, 210–213, 217–220, or 225–228 (up to a $72 value, depending on the game chosen).
The Washington Wizards rouse hometown hoops fans with precise shots and rafter-rattling dunks during a new season of NBA basketball at the Verizon Center. After two thrilling campaigns that landed him among the NBA's top newcomers, budding star John Wall continues to bewilder defenders, leading the team last year with 16.3 points per game. With a 14.7-point average of his own, guard Jordan Crawford serves as Wall's right-hand squire, helping him suit up in his chainmail shorts before every game, and Frenchman Kevin Seraphin continues to besiege the backboard. Head coach Randy Wittman, promoted from his position as an assistant in January 2012, anchors the Washington bench with nearly two decades of coaching experience, drawing up intricate trick plays that fool opponents into briefly believing that they're actually playing football.