Single-Game Tickets On Sale October 3

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MANHATTAN, Kan. – Single-game tickets for Kansas State’s 18-game men’s basketball home schedule will go on sale to the public on Monday, October 3.

These ticket options, along with a variety of season ticket packages, can be purchased through the Athletics Ticket Office by calling toll free at (800) 221-CATS (2287), by logging in online at www.kstatesports.com/tickets and in-person at Bramlage Coliseum.

K-State is once again offering three mini-plans for fans to provide affordability and flexibility when attending basketball games this season. The Holiday Mini-Plan includes a general admission seat for the Gardner-Webb game on Wednesday, December 21, the Big 12 opener with Texas on Friday, December 30 and the women’s basketball conference opener with West Virginia on Saturday, January 1, along with an exclusive K-State stocking cap – for just $30.

The new Pick 5 Plan includes five redeemable vouchers for any game except the Kansas contest for just $50. Fans have the freedom to use all five vouchers at five different events or use all five at once, your choice. The deadline to purchase is Saturday, October 1 (Limit of 4 per account). The Pick 5 Plan, along with the Big Game Mini-Plan, have been available for purchase since June with season ticket options.
 
The Big Game Mini Plan includes a reserved ticket to the Big Monday contest with Kansas on February 6, along with all nine weekend games, for $250. The nine total weekend contests include the two exhibitions, the opener with Western Illinois on Friday, November 11, Hampton on Sunday, November 20, the Big 12 opener with Texas on Friday, December 30, Oklahoma on Saturday, January 7, Baylor on Saturday, January 14, West Virginia on Saturday, January 21 and Senior Day with Texas Tech on Saturday, March 4.
 
Fans can also take advantage of the $15 Veterans Day Package for the home opener with Western Illinois on Friday, November 11, which includes a general admission ticket and a K-State camo hat. Veterans can purchase the package for just $10.
 
Single-game tickets for the 18-game home schedule, excluding the KU game, will go on sale to the public on Monday, October 3. Exhibition and non-conference game tickets will start at $10 for bench and general admission seats, while chairback prices are set at $20. Groups of 12 or more can purchase tickets for just $5.
 
Returning this season will be the Bramlage Bundle, which is available for all exhibition and non-conference games, as well as the Oklahoma and Baylor games, this season. The Bundle includes a bench/general admission ticket, $10 concessions voucher and a souvenir from the K-State Super Store for just $20 per package for exhibition and non-conference and $30 for conference games. A minimum order of two Bramlage Bundles is required.

Midweek conference games (TCU, Iowa State and Oklahoma State) 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 (Texas, Oklahoma, Baylor, West Virginia and Texas Tech) 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 Wednesday, November 16 for $100 (chairback/cushion/bench). 

A variety of season ticket packages are available. With the Wildcat 4-Pack, fans can purchase four season tickets in the bench, general admission and/or Cat Cushion sections (10-17 and 26-27, 1-2) at $900, $1,100 or $1,200, depending on location, for a savings up to $95 per ticket. The Victory Ticket Plan includes all non-conference and all-midweek conference games, excluding Kansas (12 in all) in general admission seating (Sections 24-25) for $109.

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 2011 to May 2016). These ticket packages are $200 and just $100 for those with Young Alumni football season tickets. Young Alumni can purchase up to two season tickets at the discounted rate. 

Armed with a veteran roster, the Wildcats will look to build on a 10-day trip to Italy and Switzerland in August with the return of nine lettermen and six players returning with starting experience, highlighted by All-Big 12 Third Team selection Wesley Iwundu and All-Newcomer honorees Barry Brown and Dean Wade. Overall, the squad returns five of their top six scorers from last season, along with nearly 70 percent of their rebounding, assist, steal and minute totals. 

Iwundu (11.9 ppg., 4.5 rpg.) is the team’s top returner in scoring, assists and steals, while rising senior D.J. Johnson (9.3 ppg., 5.2 rpg.) is the leader among three returning players (along with Iwundu and Wade) who averaged better than 4 rebounds per contest a season ago.

The squad will also be boosted by the return of a healthy Kamau Stokes, who started 20 of the first 21 games in 20-15-16 before a knee injury sidelined him for the rest of the year, as well as the continued development of redshirt freshmen Isaiah Maurice and Dante Williams, who measure at 6-foot-10 and 7-foot, respectively.