Big 12 Single Game Tickets On Sale Monday

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Single-game tickets for Kansas State’s nine-game Big 12 home schedule will go on sale to the public on Monday, Dec. 8.


These single-game ticket options, along with the Holiday and 5-game Mini-Plans, 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.

Tickets to league games with TCU (Wednesday, Jan. 7), Texas Tech (Wednesday, Jan. 14) and West Virginia (Tuesday, Jan. 27) are priced at $30 for bench and general admission seating and $45 for chairbacks. Fans can also purchase four general admission tickets to any of these contests for just $75, while groups of 12 or more can get general admission tickets for $15 each.

Tickets for Saturday contests with Baylor (Jan. 17) and Oklahoma State (Jan. 24) start at $40 for bench and general admission seating and continue at $55 for chairbacks. Fans can also purchase four general admission tickets to any of these contests for $125, while groups of 12 or more can get general admission tickets for $15 each.

Tickets for the remaining games with nationally-ranked Texas (Feb. 7), Oklahoma (Feb. 14) and Iowa State (Feb. 28) – all played on a Saturday – are priced at $55 for bench seating and $65 for chairbacks.

Single-game tickets for the annual Sunflower Showdown with Kansas on Monday, Feb. 23 start at $125 for bench seating and continue at $150 for chairbacks.

The two mini-plans offer fans both 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 from the remaining non-conference games, which includes Bradley (Tuesday, Dec. 9) and Georgia. Fans will also choose one mid-week conference game from TCU, Texas Tech or West Virginia and one weekend Big 12 game from Baylor, Oklahoma State, Texas, Oklahoma or Iowa State.

Single-game tickets to the next three non-conference games -- Bradley, Savannah State (Sunday, Dec. 14) and Texas Southern -- 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 three 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.

Kansas State (4-3) returns to action on Saturday with its second true road game of the young season, as the Wildcats travel to Knoxville, Tenn., to face Tennessee (2-3) in the second annual SEC/Big 12 Challenge presented by Sonic at Thompson-Boiling Arena. Tip is set for 2:15 p.m. CT and will air nationally on ESPN2.