The Milwaukee Bucks has set a new team record after reaching 10,000 full season ticket memberships for the 2018-19 NBA season.

More than 3,500 of those season passes are new members, with the franchise also having sold out of all its 34 luxury suites and all 33 West Bend Lofts at its new Fiserv Forum arena.

“I’d like to congratulate our sales and service team for this incredible accomplishment,” said Bucks president Peter Feigin. “This is a reflection of an all-hands-on-deck effort across our entire organization and shows the excitement for the Bucks in our first season in Fiserv Forum.”

The 2018-19 season will mark the NBA basketball team’s inaugural season at the 17,500-seat arena, after it opened its doors in late August.

The team previously played its home games at the 20,000-capacity BMO Harris Bradley Center, which is now permanently closed. In 2018, the Bucks had average attendance of 16,714.

Full season ticket memberships are still available for the Bucks’ first season at Fiserv Forum, with prices ranging from $746 to $2,247.

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