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Free Tickets to Tonight's WNBA Championship Game Are Gone; Only a Limited Number of Seats Left

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The free tickets for tonight's WNBA Championship game at US Airways Center are gone, and only a limited number of seats remain for sale.

The Phoenix Mercury will be shooting for their second WNBA Championship in three years. They're facing the Indiana Fever, who are seeking their first-ever title, with Larry "Legend" Bird proudly in their corner.

This week, Phoenix Suns captains Amar'e Stoudemire, Steve Nash, and Grant Hill purchased all the upper-level seats for tonight's game and gave the tickets away through the US Airways Center box office. If you didn't grab some of those freebies, you're too late.

The good news is, some seats are still available for sale, though there is a chance this could be the Mercury's first sold-out game. Tip-off is at 6 p.m. Visit www.phoenixmercury.com for more information, or call Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000.

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