Season Tickets Go On Sale November 10

Nov. 5, 2014

K-State Athletics
MANHATTAN, Kan. – After setting attendance records at Tointon Family Stadium in 2014, K-State Athletics officials are proud to announce that season tickets for the upcoming 2015 K-State baseball season are on sale now. The 29-game home schedule starts on February 27 and features opponents such as Creighton, Missouri State, Nebraska, Wichita State, TCU, Texas Tech, Oklahoma and West Virginia.
 
Season ticket prices are unchanged from last season, with affordable options starting around $2 per game. Cat Cushion tickets are available for $100 for adults, $75 for K-State faculty and staff and $50 for those that purchase four or more.
 
Chairback seats are also available, starting at $100 each when purchasing four or more. Adult chairback season tickets are $150 while faculty and staff are $125.
 
To purchase season tickets, fans can visit k-statesports.com/tickets, call 1-800-221-CATS (2287) or stop by the K-State Athletics Ticket Office in Bramlage Coliseum.
 
Fans are encouraged to purchase their season tickets early. There are a pair of deadlines as well to provide additional incentives to early buyers, with the first being the Early Bird Deadline on Friday, December 12. Those that purchase season tickets by the Early Bird Deadline will be entered to win exclusive items such as club seats, a reserved suite at a select home game, a signed team poster and more.
 
The second and final deadline for early buyers is the Priority Deadline on Friday, January 23. A drawing will also be held for those that purchase season tickets by this date, with special items including an autographed baseball by head coach Brad Hill, a K-State Baseball fleece blanket and the opportunity to throw out the first pitch at a select game. Ordering by the Priority Deadline also allows fans to use their athletic department priority points for location upgrades and additional tickets.
 
Fans supported K-State baseball in record numbers last season as Tointon Family Stadium saw a program-record 69,998 fans come through the gates, a figure helped by more than doubling season ticket holders from year-to-year. K-State was 21st in NCAA Division I in average attendance (2,916) and 30th in total attendance. The Wildcats had the third-highest average attendance among Big 12 schools.
 
K-State has completed its 45 days of fall practice and will reconvene for official practices in late January. The season gets underway in Port Charlotte, Florida for the Snowbird Classic from February 13-15.