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Description

Stay up-to-date with the Pack when you download the all-new official app of the Minnesota Timberwolves. Whether you’re at home, in the arena watching an electrifying game, or anywhere around the globe, this is your remote control for all things Timberwolves. Check stats and scores, see exciting highlights, catch breaking news and more – all from the palm of your hand.
With the new app, users get access to fresh new features to explore Target Center, purchase tickets, watch and listen to games, and more!
Mobile Ticketing, Ordering and Access
Get game ready with ease.
• Purchase game tickets and parking passes from the tickets function.
• Access tickets straight from your app to enter the arena
• Transfer tickets to family and friends
• Get step-by-step directions to and from Target Center
• Upgrade your seats and get up close and personal with the Timberwolves
• View in-arena maps and way-finding tips to scout moves through the building on game night.
Browse Concessions & Purchase Merch
• Browse menus of all concessions within the arena.
• Order food and drinks without leaving your seat and have it ready whenever you pick it up.
• Rep the Pack and purchase Wolves apparel, accessories and memorabilia.
Pack Perks
Loyalty gets rewarded. Season members collect points to use on everything Wolves.
• Earn, redeem, track and transfer points.
• Points can be used to purchase food, beverages, seat upgrades, and gear.
Track the Pack
• View the team’s interactive schedule
• Check stats and scores in real-time
• See where the Wolves rank in league standings
• Get team notifications like breaking news, end of quarter scores as well as start of the game and final scores.
• Browse Pack bios to learn more about your favorite wolf and see photos of them in action.

What’s New

Version 6.5

General improvements and ticketing update to support cancelled games.

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
82 Ratings

82 Ratings

Kg123678 ,

Interface is Overwhelming & UX is clumsy

I’m new to experience your app. However I must say the design is very overwhelming. The options and color decisions don’t seem consist with the actions. Your functionality is fine but the UX needs a little work. Analytics might drive what is most picked to help streamline your home page and prioritize your widgets. But all the information is there for all fans it is just a little hard too get to it. Maybe a focus group of all selected ages might be helpful before you rollout any updates or enhancements.

Martagon42 ,

Getting worse

There was recently a major revamp of this app, and after trying it now for a month or two I find myself with little reason to open the app. The old version was not great, but the redesign is horrible.

I will try to be more specific. The info you want doesn’t show up when the app opens. You have to figure out what tab to open. Looking for tickets or the schedule? They used to be available from the same place, a nice calendar that helped visualize when the games would be and let you dream about buying tickets. Now schedule and tickets are separate, I think, and they’re not even one of the tab choices. I haven’t taken the time to learn it all because it is no longer fun. This has to be costing the team money in lost ticket sales.

Videos can’t be switched to landscape mode. Come on. Sell me a microscope to watch on my iPhone X? Good thing I’m nearsighted.

What’s the difference between “all” and “overview?” Wait, don’t tell me. It’s not my responsibility as the end user to figure out your wonky nonsense. Hire some UX testers next time. This app has been degraded from almost useful to let-me-go-find-my-laptop level worthless.

It hurts to think about how much was likely paid for this redesign. Competence is hard to find.

jleaf2 ,

Worst ticket sale platform I’ve ever worked with

Would give this 0 stars if I could. Finding seats is a cumbersome and timing sucking experience. There is no list view for tickets and thus you need to keep zooming into sections and clicking on individual seats. The filters don’t even work, so all tickets that are for sale show up no matter what you choose for you budget. The cynical side of me assumes that the wolves and/or nba purposely do this so you simply give up and pick any old seats, rather than the deal you want for less money. It actually makes me want to go to games less, which is an outstanding accomplishment for an app whose sole function is to help get you into the arena.

I miss the good old stub hub days when the corporations ripping you off for phantom taxes upon checkout weren’t the same ones listing ridiculous face value amounts for a lottery bound team.

Information

Seller
MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES BASKETBALL LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
Size
108.8 MB
Category
Sports
Compatibility

Requires iOS 12.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
4+
Copyright
Price
Free

Supports

  • Wallet

    Get all of your passes, tickets, cards, and more in one place.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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