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Single-Game Big 12 Tickets On Sale Dec. 2



Nov. 27, 2013

K-State Athletics

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. 2.

These single-game ticket options, along with the 2-game Holiday and 5-game KU Mini-Plans 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.

Tickets to league games with Oklahoma (Tuesday, Jan. 14), West Virginia (Saturday, Jan. 18), Texas Tech (Tuesday, Jan. 28) and TCU (Wednesday, Feb. 19) are priced at $25 for bench and general admission seating and $40 for chairbacks. Fans can also purchase four bench tickets to any of these contests for just $75, while groups of 12 or more can get bench tickets for $15 each.

The four remaining Big 12 contests – all of which occur on a Saturday – with Oklahoma State (Jan. 4), Texas (Feb. 8), Iowa State (March 1) and Baylor (March 8) start at $50 for bench seating and continue at $65 for chairback. Groups of 12 or more can get bench tickets for the OSU game for $15 each.

All single-game tickets for the Kansas game on Monday, Feb. 10 are priced at $125.

The two mini-plans offer fans both affordability and flexibility when attending men’s basketball games this winter. The 2-game 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 for just $30. The 5-game KU Mini-Plan includes a reserved ticket to the Big Monday tilt with Kansas, two non-conference games and two Big 12 contests for $250.

With the 5-game KU Mini-Plan, fans can select two of the remaining five non-conference games, which includes contests with Central Arkansas (Sunday, Dec. 1), Ole Miss (Thursday, Dec. 5), South Dakota (Tuesday, Dec. 10), Troy (Sunday, Dec. 15) and George Washington. Fans will also choose one conference game from the Oklahoma State, West Virginia, Texas, Iowa State and/or Baylor contests and one more Big 12 game from the Oklahoma, Texas Tech and/or TCU.

Single-game tickets for the remaining non-conference tilts are available starting at $15 for Central Arkansas, South Dakota and Troy, while the Ole Miss and George Washington contests start at $25.

There are also bench and group options for these non-conference games, as fans can also purchase four bench tickets to the Central Arkansas, South Dakota and Troy games for just $50, while groups of 12 or more can get bench tickets for $10 each. Four bench tickets to the Ole Miss and George Washington games are priced at $75, while groups of 12 or more can get bench tickets for $15 each.

Led by dynamic freshman guard Marcus Foster, who paces the team at 14.5 points per game, Kansas State (3-3) begins a four-game homestand on Sunday with a contest against Central Arkansas (2-3) at 3 p.m.

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