Season Tickets Sold Out; Single Game On-Sale Nears

MANHATTAN, Kan. – For the second consecutive season, all available K-State football season tickets have been sold as department officials announced that public season sales for the 2014 season at Bill Snyder Family Stadium have reached the 35,000 mark.

Fans who ordered season tickets but did not receive a ticket location during the priority seating process will be refunded and placed on a waiting list for the 2015 season,  which currently sits at more than 500 accounts. Those fans will also receive a promotional code by email on Friday for an exclusive pre-sale on Monday at for any remaining tickets from the Stephen F. Austin, Texas Tech, Texas and KU visitor allotments. Any future visiting team returns throughout the fall will be offered first to current season ticket holders and fans on the season ticket waiting list. Fans wanting to join the wait list can do so by calling the K-State Athletics ticket office at 1.800.221.CATS.

“The K-State Nation is obviously excited for the 2014 football season,” said Athletics Director John Currie. “We appreciate the support of our fans who help provide our student-athletes a world-class experience by purchasing season tickets and filling Bill Snyder Family Stadium each week. Selling out of season tickets for the second consecutive year and creating the demand for a waiting list illustrates the passion and support K-Staters have for our football program.”

Information regarding ticket availability for next week’s single game public on-sale scheduled for Wednesday, June 11, at will be issued on Tuesday morning. All seven home games are expected to sell out bringing the current sellout streak to 20 games.

The Wildcats open the season August 30 against Stephen F. Austin in a game that will be broadcast exclusively on K-StateHD.TV. Kickoff is slated for 6:10 p.m., at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. K-StateHD.TV programming will begin at 5:10 p.m., with its K-State Gameday show featuring Brian Smoller.

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