Target Center’s box office is located in the main lobby of Target Center at 600 1st Avenue North, between 6th and 7th Streets. Parking meters in front of the box office allow easy access to Will Call or Ticket Sales windows. For more information about events at Target Center, please call 612-673-0900.
Tickets for all Target Center events may be purchased at the Box Office, online at targetcenter.com or AXS.com, or by phone at 1-888-9-AXS-TIX (1-888-929-7849). There are NO AXS service fees on tickets purchased at the Box Office.
Timberwolves single-game tickets are available online and can be purchased by phone at 612-673-1234. Tickets are also available on game days at Target Center's Box Office. For season memberships, packages, group tickets or suite rentals, contact the Minnesota Timberwolves at 612-673-1234.
Target Center's Box Office accepts payment in the form of VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and cash.
There are no refunds and no exchanges on any ticket purchased for a Target Center concert, game or event. In the event that a show is cancelled or rescheduled, please contact the original point of purchase.
Target Center is now using AXS Ticketing (pronounced 'access').
To learn out more about AXS Ticketing and AXS.com, click on the links provided below:
AXS General Questions
How is AXS Different From Other Ticketing Systems?
Purchasing Tickets Through AXS
Box Office Hours
Monday – Friday: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM (October - April)
Saturday (May - September) and Sunday: Only open for events and on-sales. The Box Office will open 2 hours prior to events starting at 12:00 PM or earlier and 4 hours prior to events starting after 12:00 PM. The box office will also open for on-sales at the on-sale time only and will only remain open for 1 hour after the on-sale begins.
Target Center is closed on major holidays unless an event is taking place at the venue. Box Office hours may vary on holidays. Please call 612-673-0900 for exact hours of operation.
Target Center Box Office / Ticket Information
Concerts, Events, and Family Shows Group Sales
Box Office Will Call
Pre-purchased tickets may be picked up at the Will Call windows located at Target Center's Box Office four hours prior to the event. Customers must present a valid photo ID, the confirmation number and the credit card used to purchase in order to collect the tickets.
If a patron wishes to collect will call tickets that are not in his or her name, the patron MUST have the ticket holder on record fax a signed letter to 612-673-1343 authorizing this person to claim their tickets. No tickets will be given to persons other than the name provided without this prior authorization.
StubHub is the Official Fan to Fan Ticket Marketplace of Target Center. Visit StubHub to Buy or Sell Tickets.
Ticketless (Credit Card) Entry
Paperless ticketing is an alternative delivery method to Electronic Delivery, Standard Mail, or Will Call. Instead of receiving your tickets ahead of the event, the credit card used to make the purchase will serve as your ticket. All you need to attend the show is the credit card you used to purchase the ticket and a valid, government issued ID (such as a driver’s license, state ID or passport). For more details click here.
For all Timberwolves/Lynx games and concerts: All children under 24 months do not need a ticket, but they must sit on the lap of the ticket holder. All children 24 months and older require a ticket to enter.
For all family shows, the policy varies by show so please check each individual event on AXS.com for more information.
Fans First Coalition
Target Center is a member of the Fans First Coalition. The Fans First Coalition is committed to ensuring that fans everywhere get what they deserve – a good event experience, from ticket purchase through the final out or encore. Click here to learn more about the issues we’re working to address.
On-Sale Procedure/Random Number Distribution Policy
Target Center’s Box Office reserves the right to utilize a "Random Number Distribution" procedure for all concert on-sales.
The following is the "Random Number Distribution" policy for Target Center’s Box Office.
Beginning two hours prior to the scheduled on-sale time on the day of the on-sale, fans in line will receive a number. One hour prior to the scheduled on-sale time a random number will be drawn – that number will represent the first person in line for the on-sale.
The numbers will follow in numerical order after the first number is determined. Persons who arrive within one hour of the scheduled on-sale time, must line up at the end of the line of people with numbers. If a person is in line to get tickets, they must be able to stand in line alone and purchase the tickets on their own. During on-sales, the box office only accepts cash, MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express. If using a credit card you must show picture identification. The credit card must be in your name and you may not use someone else’s credit card.
You must be in line one hour prior to the scheduled on-sale time to receive a number. If you are not, you will not receive a number and will line up at the end of the line after the line of people with numbers has been formed.
450 people are issued a random number for an on-sale. The number drawn is 362 - this will represent the first person in line for the on-sale. Everyone else would line up in numerical order following number 362 - 363 would be second in line, 364 third, and so on. The person with the number 1 would line up after number 450.
Purpose of this "Random Number Distribution":
- Prevents lineups that may interfere with other events at Target Center
- Prevents overnight camping
- Helps to prevent scalping
- Ensures everyone a fair chance to be first in line