Single Game & Mini-Plans On Sale Monday

Oct. 2, 2014
K-State Athletics

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MANHATTAN, Kan. - Single-game tickets for Kansas State's eight-game exhibition and non-conference home schedule as well as the Holiday and 5-game Mini-Plans will go on sale to the public on Monday, Oct. 6.

These ticket options, along with a limited number of season tickets for the complete 17-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 and in-person at Bramlage Coliseum.

K-State is 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 last two non-conferences games - Texas Southern on Sunday, Dec. 28 and Georgia on New Year's Eve - for just $30. The 5-game Mini-Plan includes a reserved ticket to the Big Monday game with Kansas on Feb. 23, two non-conference games and two Big 12 contests for $275.

With the 5-game Mini-Plan, fans can select any two of the eight non-conference games, which includes the opener with Southern Utah, UMKC, Nebraska-Omaha, Bradley and Georgia. Fans will also choose one mid-week conference game from TCU (Wednesday, Jan. 7), Texas Tech (Wednesday, Jan. 14) or West Virginia (Tuesday, Jan. 27) and one weekend Big 12 game from Baylor (Saturday, Jan. 17), Oklahoma State (Saturday, Jan. 24), Texas (Saturday, Feb. 7), Oklahoma (Saturday, Feb. 14) or Iowa State (Saturday, Feb. 28).

Single-game tickets to the lone exhibition with Washburn (Sunday, Nov. 9) and non-conference tilts with Southern Utah (Friday, Nov. 14), UMKC (Monday, Nov. 17), Nebraska-Omaha (Tuesday, Dec. 2), Bradley (Tuesday, Dec. 9), Savannah State (Sunday, Dec. 14) and Texas Southern (Sunday, Dec. 28) are priced at $15 for bench and general admission seating and $25 for chairbacks. Fans can also purchase four general admission tickets to any of these seven non-conference games for just $50, while groups of 12 or more can get general admission tickets for $10 each.

Single-game tickets to the New Year's Eve contest with SEC foe Georgia can be purchased for $30 for bench and general admission seating and $45 for chairbacks. Four general admission tickets to the game are priced at $75, while groups of 12 or more can get general admission tickets for $15 each.

For the home opener on Nov. 14, the men's ticket will also include free general admission seating to the women's basketball opener with Southern Illinois-Edwardsville, which is set for 5:30 p.m.  

Remaining single-game tickets for the nine-game Big 12 slate will go on sale to the public on Monday, Dec. 8.

Season tickets sales remain at a brisk pace, up more than 500 season tickets from last season and bench tickets are completely sold out. Fewer than 800 cushion and chairback seats remain, while just 75 Wildcat Victory Ticket plans are still available, which include all non-conference and all-midweek conference games (excluding the Big Monday game on Feb. 23) in general admission seating (sections 24-25) for only $129.

K-State has high aspirations for the 2014-15 season, as nine lettermen, including five players with starting experience, return from a squad which advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the school-record fifth consecutive season with its eighth straight 20-win season. The group is headlined by Preseason All-Big 12 selection Marcus Foster (15.5 ppg., 3.2 rpg.) and senior Thomas Gipson (11.7 ppg., 6.5 rpg.). Overall, the team returns more than 70 percent of its scoring and 65 percent of its rebounding, including its leading scorer (Foster) and rebounder (Gipson).

In addition to these returners, the Wildcats will also have Division I transfers Justin Edwards and Brandon Bolden, who sat out the 2013-14 season, along with four newcomers, including community college transfer and 2012-13 Atlantic Sun Freshman of the Year Stephen Hurt and highly-regarded freshmen Tre Harris and Malek Harris.

Fans have made Bramlage Coliseum one of the top home environments in the country, as the school has ranked among the nation's Top 35 attendance seven times in the last eight seasons, including 29th in 2013-14 with an average of 12,125 fans per contest. K-State has won more than 75 percent of its games in the arena's 26-year history, including a 115-19 (.858) record over the past eight seasons at home and a 64-3 (.955) mark in non-conference play.