MBB Single Game and Mini-Plans on Sale Oct. 21

Oct. 14, 2013

K-State Athletics

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Single-game tickets for Kansas State's nine-game exhibition and non-conference home schedule as well as the Holiday and KU Mini-Plans will go on sale to the public on Monday, Oct. 21.

These ticket options, along with season tickets for the defending Big 12 champions, can be purchased through the Athletics Ticket Office in a variety of ways, including toll free at (800) 221.CATS (2287), online at www.kstatesports.com/tickets and in-person at Bramlage Coliseum.

K-State Athletics is offering two mini-plans for fans to provide affordability and flexibility when attending men's basketball games this winter. The Holiday Mini-Plan includes a general admission seat for both the George Washington game Dec. 31 and the Big 12 opener with Big 12 co-favorite Oklahoma State on Saturday, Jan. 4 for just $30. The KU Mini-Plan includes a reserved ticket to the Big Monday tilt with Kansas on Feb. 10, two non-conference games and two Big 12 contests for $250.

With the KU Mini-Plan, fans can select two of the eight non-conference games, which includes contests with Oral Roberts, Long Beach State, Ole Miss and George Washington. Fans will also choose one conference game from the Oklahoma State (Jan. 4), West Virginia (Saturday, Jan. 18), Texas (Saturday, Feb. 8), Iowa State (Saturday, March 1) and/or Baylor (Saturday, March 8) contests and one more Big 12 game from the Oklahoma (Tuesday, Jan. 14), Texas Tech (Tuesday, Jan. 28) and/or TCU (Wednesday, Feb. 19) with the KU Mini-Plan.

Single-game tickets to the lone exhibition game with Pittsburg State on Friday, Nov. 1 start as low as $10 for bench and general admission seating and $20 for chairbacks. 

Tickets to non-conference tilts with Northern Colorado (Friday, Nov. 8), Oral Roberts (Wednesday, Nov. 13), Long Beach State (Sunday, Nov. 17), Central Arkansas (Sunday, Dec. 1), South Dakota (Tuesday, Dec. 10) and Troy (Sunday, Dec. 15) are priced at $15 for bench and general admission seating and $25 for chairback.  Fans can also purchase four bench tickets to any of these six non-conference games for just $50, while groups of 12 or more can get bench tickets for $10 each.

Single-game tickets to the non-conference games with Ole Miss (Thursday, Dec. 5) and George Washington (Tuesday, Dec. 31) can be purchased for $25 for bench and general admission seating and $40 for chairbacks. Four bench tickets to either of these contests are priced at $75, while groups of 12 or more can get bench tickets for $15 each.

For the exhibition game on Nov. 1 and the home opener on Nov. 8, the men's ticket will also include free general admission seating to the women's basketball game set for 5:45 p.m., both nights. The Wildcat women play their second exhibition against Alaska-Anchorage on Nov. 1 and their season opener with Tennessee State on Nov. 8.

Single-game tickets for the nine Big 12 games will go on sale to the public on Monday, Dec. 2.

There are a variety of season ticket packages still available for as low as $20 per game. A Young Alumni season ticket can be purchased for $200, while the new Wildcat Victory Ticket Plan includes all non-conference and three midweek conference games (excluding the Big Monday game with Kansas) in general admission seating (sections 24-25) for only $169.

The Wildcats return eight lettermen, including four players with starting experience, in 2013-14 from a team which won 27 games and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. The group is headlined by All-Big 12 honorable mention selection Shane Southwell (8.4 ppg., 3.8 rpg.) and fellow senior Will Spradling (7.4 ppg., 2.4 apg.). The team will also have seven new players, including five freshmen, led by PARADE High School All-American Marcus Foster and Texas Top 30 prospect Wesley Iwundu.