Single Match Tickets On Sale Starting August 1, Promotions Announced

MANHATTAN, Kan. – With the K-State volleyball season just over three weeks away, K-State Athletics announced single-match tickets for the 15-match home schedule will go on sale starting today, August 1.

Single-match ticket prices remain unchanged for the fourth year in a row. General admission tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for children (12 and below), military personnel and senior citizens. Tickets can be purchased in advance here or on the day of the match, with the ticket window at the site of the match (Ahearn Field House or Bramlage Coliseum) opening one hour before first serve.

The entire home schedule, which features six NCAA Tournament teams from a year ago and back-to-back weekend tournaments in September, is packed with exciting promotions for all ages. From Pack the Field House to Wildcat Weekends to a season-long t-shirt and ticket package promotion, fans will have multiple opportunities to watch the Wildcats and take advantage of value-packed evenings.

With the t-shirt ticket package on four different nights, fans get an exclusive K-State volleyball t-shirt and a ticket to the match for only $10. The package is available on September 9 against Miami (grey shirt), October 1 vs. Texas (pink shirt for Cats for the Cure Night), October 29 against Baylor (black shirt for Blackout Night), November 2 against Kansas (purple shirt). The t-shirts are also available to season-ticket holders for $7 each.

On September 3 in Bramlage Coliseum, fans can purchase a Craft and Draft ticket, which includes a pre-match craft class taught by Straight Upp Studios, a drink voucher and a match ticket for just $20. Fans will make an 8-inch by 8-inch Powercat nail and twine craft during the pre-match class. Season-ticket holders are able to purchase a Craft and Draft ticket for just $17. Only 100 Craft and Draft tickets will be available.  

During the consecutive home tournaments in September, the K-State Invitational, in Bramlage Coliseum, and Wildcat Classic, in Ahearn Field House, a special $10 tournament ticket package gives fans entry to all of the tournament matches over the respective weekends. The K-State Invitational is September 2-3 while the Wildcat Classic is set for September 9-10.

Also during the Wildcat Classic, the match against Loyola on September 10 will have $1 hot dogs while supplies last.

The month of October features all Saturday home matches, a span that starts with Pack the Field House on October 1 against Texas. All general admission tickets are $1 and select concession items will also be $1. The contest against the Longhorns will be the annual Cats for the Cure match as well. Fans are encouraged to wear pink to promote breast cancer awareness.

In addition, the other three October home matches will include Cats 4 Cans against TCU on October 8 ($3 tickets with a canned food item), $1 pretzels on National Pretzel Day on October 22 against West Virginia, and $1 candy as part of the Halloween celebration on October 29 against Baylor.

Three Wildcat Weekends are on tap this year, starting with the October 8 match vs. TCU and then the October 22 contest against West Virginia and November 26 matchup against Texas Tech. Fans can purchase $3 tickets to the volleyball match by showing their football ticket from that respective weekend at the Ahearn Field House ticket window.

Every Wednesday home match also features the Wildcat 4 Pack. The ticket pack, which has a savings of nearly $20, includes four general admission tickets and four concessions vouchers valued at $10 each for just $38.

While single-match tickets go on sale starting August 1, season tickets are available now and start as low as $2 per match. Season ticket holders not only experience guaranteed seating and savings to all matches but also get to take part in Season Ticket Holder Appreciation Night on September 21. Fan support for K-State volleyball is high, with season ticket numbers approaching an all-time record.

The season opener for the Wildcats is on August 26 against Arizona in Hawaii, and the home opener is on September 2 against Michigan.