Tickets available for men's basketball and baseballK-State
|Single-game tickets for the
nine Big 12 games will go on sale to the public on Monday, Dec. 2. (Photo:
Single-game tickets for Kansas State's nine-game
exhibition and non-conference home schedule as well as the Holiday and KU
Mini-Plans are on sale now.
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
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.
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
Tickets to non-conference tilts 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 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.
tickets for the nine Big 12 games will go on sale to the public on Monday, Dec.
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.K-State
Season tickets for the 2014
K-State baseball season are on sale. The home slate for the defending Big 12
champions starts in late February.
Coming off a season in which it
reached the NCAA Super Regionals for the first time in school history, K-State
has made seating updates to Tointon Family Stadium. Cat Cushions have been added
to all general admission bench seats in the stadium, providing a comfortable
setting for all fans and adding to the Best Fan Experience in the Big
The updated general admission Cat Cushion seating area features three
affordable price levels. This season, adults can purchase Cat Cushion season
tickets for only $100 per seat while K-State faculty and staff have the
opportunity to purchase a season ticket for $75 each. Purchase four or more
season tickets in the Cat Cushion seating area and the price for each seat drops
to $50 for the entire season, which is over 30% off 2013 pricing and less than
$2 per game.
For the 2014 season, all chairback seating will be sold on a
reserved seat basis. Reserved chairback seating will be available in sections 1,
2, 6, 7 and 8 at Tointon Family Stadium for as little as $4 a game. General
public season tickets in reserved chairbacks are $150 each, K-State faculty and
staff season tickets are $125 each, and fans that purchase four or more season
tickets receive a price of $100 per seat.
To purchase season tickets
through the Athletics Ticket Office, fans can visit kstatesports.com/tickets
, call toll free 1-800-221-CATS
(2287) or purchase in-person at Bramlage Coliseum.
Fans that purchase by
the Early Bird Deadline of Friday, December 13 will receive one commemorative
2013 Big 12 Championship coin per account, recognizing K-State’s first
conference title in 80 years. Also, the $10 order processing fee will be
waived for each account that purchases by the Early Bird Deadline.
Priority Deadline is Friday, January 24, which means fans that purchase their
season tickets by this date will receive seating priority, based on Ahearn Fund
priority point order.
The 2013 season was thrilling for K-State baseball
and its fans in many ways. The Wildcats not only won a school-record 45 games,
but they also posted 26 wins at home – tied for the third-most in program
history. Two series drew the second and third-highest attendance figures in
Tointon Family Stadium history and fans in Manhattan witnessed the Wildcats win
the Big 12 title on their home field. Tointon Family Stadium also hosted its
first regional, drawing over-capacity crowds that watched the Wildcats capture a
perfect 3-0 record en route to the school’s first trip to a NCAA Super
The 2014 squad, led by 2009 and 2013 Big 12 Coach of the Year
Brad Hill, features many key returnees from last year’s unprecedented postseason
run. Ross Kivett, 2013 All-American and Big 12 Player of the Year, returns for
his senior season and will be joined by fellow All-Big 12 infielders Shane
Conlon and Austin Fisher. Catcher and Manhattan native Blair DeBord returns as
well, serving as the battery mate for a pitching staff highlighted by Big 12
Freshman of the Year Jake Matthys. In addition to 19 letterwinners from last
year, two redshirt freshmen and 13 other newcomers will look to help the
Wildcats replicate and improve upon their success from 2013.
2014 schedule will be released at a later date.