June 12, 2014
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Following a brisk first day of single game ticket sales, Kansas State is closing in on a season sellout for 2014, which would run its consecutive streak of filling Bill Snyder Family Stadium to 20 straight games, as a very limited number of tickets remain.
Department officials have announced that only a small number of scattered singles remain for the Stephen F. Austin (Aug. 30), UTEP (Sept. 27), Texas Tech (Oct. 4), Texas (Oct. 25) and Oklahoma State (Nov. 1) matchups, and fewer than 600 tickets are available for the home finale against KU on Nov. 29. Remaining tickets may be purchased online at k-statesports.com. Officials announced on Tuesday that the September 18 matchup with SEC Champion Auburn was sold out.
The multi-game combo package for $120 which included a ticket to three select groups of games have also all been sold.
A limited number of standing-room-only tickets on the Northeast hill will go on sale June 16 at 8:30 a.m., by phone, online and in-person for all games except Auburn and Texas Tech (Fort Riley Day). A maximum of eight tickets per game, per account, are allowed.
Visiting teams will have opportunities to return unused tickets up to a month prior to their visit. Stay tuned to www.kstatesports.com for information regarding returned ticket availability. All returned tickets will be sold at the full public rate and season ticket wait list accounts will have first opportunity to purchase.
Fans can now join the 2015 waiting list online or by contacting the K-State Athletics Ticket Office. For more information regarding tickets, contact the ticket office at 1-800-221-CATS or visit www.k-statesports.com/tickets.
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.
To visit the home of K-StateHD.TV, or to subscribe to the service, go to www.k-statehd.tv. The subscription service remains a product of K-State’s All-Access platform through the CBS College Network and has ranked No. 1 nationally in subscriptions among all institutions since its launch in 2011.