Men’s Basketball Mini-Plans On Sale September 8
Men’s Basketball Mini-Plans On Sale September 8
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Single-game tickets for Kansas State’s game with Colorado State in the Wichita Wildcat Classic as well as the Holiday and 6-Game Mini-Plans will go on sale to the public on Tuesday, September 8.
These ticket options, along with season tickets for the complete 19-game home schedule, can be purchased through the Athletics Ticket Office in a variety of a ways, including toll free at (800) 221-CATS (2287), online at www.kstatesports.com/tickets and in-person at Bramlage Coliseum.
Fans will have a variety of ticket options available to them for the Wichita Wildcat Classic against Colorado State at INTRUST Bank Arena on Saturday, December 19. Prices start at $62 for lower-level sideline seating, $42 for lower-level corner seating, $22 for lower end seating behind the baskets, $22 for the upper level sidelines seating and $12 each for seating behind the baskets in the upper level at the INTRUST Bank Arena. Groups of 12 or more can purchase tickets for $12 each in the lower-level end behind the baskets and upper level sidelines and $7 each behind the baskets in the upper level. These tickets can be purchased through K-State Athletics or through INTRUST Bank Arena at www.selectaseat.com.
An allotment of $10 student tickets for the Wichita Wildcat Classic will be available to K-State students through the ticket office starting with ICAT season pass holders on Monday, September 21, followed by all students on Tuesday, September 22. All purchases must be done in-person at the ticket office with a valid student ID.
K-State is once again offering two mini-plans for fans to provide affordability and flexibility when attending men’s basketball games this season. The Holiday Mini-Plan includes a general admission seat for the Saint Louis game on Tuesday, December 29 and the Big 12 opener with West Virginia on Saturday, January 2 – for just $25.
The 6-game Mini-Plan includes a reserved ticket to the Kansas game on Saturday, February 20, three non-conference games and two Big 12 contests for $270.
With the 6-game Mini-Plan, fans can select any three of the 10 non-conference games, which includes the two exhibitions, the opener with Maryland-Eastern Shore (Friday, November 13), Columbia (Monday, November 16), South Dakota (Friday, November 20), South Carolina State (Sunday, November 29), Coppin State (Wednesday, December 9), North Dakota (Tuesday, December 22), Saint Louis as well as the Big 12-SEC Challenge contest with Ole Miss (Saturday, January 30). Fans will also choose one mid-week conference game from Texas Tech (Tuesday, January 12), Baylor (Wednesday, February 10), Texas (Monday, February 22) and TCU (Wednesday, March 2) and one weekend Big 12 game from West Virginia (Saturday, January 2), Iowa State (Saturday, January 16), Oklahoma State (Saturday, January 23) and Oklahoma (Saturday, February 6).
Single-game tickets for the 19-game home schedule, excluding the KU game, will go on sale to the public on Monday, October 5. Exhibition and non-conference game tickets will start at $10 for general admission and bench and $20 for chairbacks. Groups of 12 or more can purchase tickets for just $5.
A new single-game ticket package will be available for all exhibition and non-conference games this season. The Bramlage Bundle includes a game ticket, $10 concessions voucher and a souvenir from the K-State Super Store for just $20 per package. A minimum order of two Bramlage Bundles is required.
Midweek conference games (Texas Tech, Baylor, Texas and TCU) start at just $12.50 with a Wildcat 4 Pack of bench tickets for $50. Single bench tickets are $15, while chairbacks and cushions are $35. Groups of 12 or more can purchase tickets for just $10.
Weekend conference games (excluding KU) (West Virginia, Iowa State, Oklahoma State and Oklahoma) start at less than $20 with a Wildcat 4 Pack of bench tickets for $75. Single bench tickets are $25, while chairbacks and cushions are $50. Groups of 12 or more can purchase tickets for just $15.
Any remaining KU game tickets will go on sale to the public on Monday, November 16. Bench tickets are $125, while chairbacks and cushions are $150.
A variety of season ticket packages are available. The Wildcat 4-Pack, which includes bench and general admission sections, has also been expanded to include the Cat Cushion sections of 10-17 and 26-27, 1-2, and can be purchased at $900, $1,100 or $1,200, depending on location, for a savings up to $95 per ticket. The Wildcat Victory Ticket Plan, available in limited quantities, includes all non-conference and all-midweek conference games in general admission seating (sections 24-25) for $129.
In addition to its usual ticket offerings, there are also a limited number of Young Alumni packages, which are available for all K-State undergraduate degree recipients in the past five years (December 2010 to May 2015). These ticket packages are $200 and just $100 for those with Young Alumni football season tickets with an option to utilize the 6-month payment plan for $34 per month. Young Alumni can purchase up to two season tickets at the discounted rate.
The Wildcats return four players with starting experience in 2015-16 to go with the influx of seven newcomers, including PARADE All-American Dean Wade (St. John, Kansas/St. John) and NJCAA First Team All-American Carlbe Ervin II (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma/Connors State College). Senior guard Justin Edwards (6.3 ppg., 3.3 rpg.) is the team’s top returner in both scoring and steals (37), while junior forward Wesley Iwundu (5.8 ppg., 3.5 rpg.) is the leading returner in rebounding (108), assists (61), blocks (20) and minutes (780).