Season Tickets On Sale Starting November 9

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Season tickets for K-State baseball’s 29-game home schedule go on sale Monday, November 9, K-State Athletics officials announced.

The slate of home games at Tointon Family Stadium features 14 different teams, including regional opponents Creighton, Omaha, Oral Roberts, Nebraska and Wichita State as well as Big 12 foes Baylor, KU, Oklahoma State and Texas.

For the third straight season, season ticket prices are unchanged from the previous year as packages start at less than $2 per game. Cat Cushion seats, located down the first and third baselines, are $100 for adults, $75 for Kansas State faculty and staff, and $50 for those that purchase four or more.

Chairback seats, situated between the dugouts behind home plate, are $150 for adults, $125 for faculty and staff, and $100 each when purchasing four or more.

To purchase season tickets, fans can click here, call 1-800-221-CATS (2287), or stop by the K-State Athletics Ticket Office in Bramlage Coliseum.

Fans are encouraged to reserve their seats to K-State baseball games early with season tickets. For those that purchase by the Early Bird deadline on Friday, December 11, the $10 processing fee per account will be waived and fans will be entered to win one of several prizes, including club tickets to a select home game, ceremonial first pitch and autographed baseball by K-State head coach Brad Hill.

Fans who purchase by the Priority deadline on Friday, January 22 will be entered to win other prizes such as a K-State baseball signed poster, K-State Super Store gift card, concessions vouchers and more.

After an 18-game month at home in March, K-State plays eight home games in April and four in May. All four matchups in the final month of the regular season are against in-state rivals Wichita State and KU.

The Wildcats have ranked in the nation’s top-30 in attendance in each of the last two seasons, with the 2014 (first) and 2015 (second) total and average attendance figures being the highest in program history. Last year, K-State averaged 2,631 fans at its 25 home games, the 28th-best clip in Division I.

The Wildcats, coming off their eighth trip over the last nine seasons to the Big 12 Baseball Championship, return 16 letterwinners from the 2015 team, including All-Big 12 selections and seniors Corey Fischer, Tyler Moore and Tyler Wolfe.