Kansas State's Rodney McGruder (22) gets a shot off over Southern Miss defender Jonathan Mills during the first half of an East Regional NCAA tournament second-round college basketball game in Pittsburgh, Thursday, March 15, 2012. McGruder was the leading scorer in a 70-64 Kansas State win. ( AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Less than 200 single-game tickets remain for Kansas State’s nine Big 12 Conference men’s basketball games and will go on sale to the public at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 19 through the K-State Ticket Office.
These single-game tickets can be purchased in a variety of ways, including toll free at (800) 221.CATS (2287), online at www.kstatesports.com and in-person at the Athletics Ticket Office located in Bramlage Coliseum.
Tickets for the Texas (Jan. 30), Baylor (Feb. 16) and West Virginia (Feb. 18) games are priced at $60 for chairback and cushion seats and $50 each for bench seating. Tickets for three Saturday conference games - Oklahoma State (Jan. 5), Oklahoma (Jan. 19) and Iowa State (Feb. 9) - will be available for $50 for chairback/cushion seats and $40 each for bench. The two remaining weekday games with Texas Tech (Feb. 25) and TCU (March 5) are priced at $40 for chairback/cushion seats and $30 each for bench.
The Oklahoma State game is also available for purchase in the Holiday Mini-Plan, which includes a general admission ticket to the UMKC, South Dakota and OSU games for only $40.
All tickets for the Kansas game on Tuesday, Jan. 22 are only available through season tickets or the five-game KU Mini-Plan, which is available for $250. The plan includes the choice of two non-conference games, one conference game from Baylor, West Virginia and Texas, one conference game from Iowa State, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Texas Tech and TCU and the Kansas game.
Single-game tickets for the seven non-conference contests are already on sale with chairback/cushion seating at $30 and bench seating at $20. A Wildcat 4 Pack is also available with four bench tickets for $60, while bench group tickets can be purchased for just $10 each for groups of 12 or more.
Fans can also purchase $20 general admission tickets to five games, which includes North Florida on Nov. 18, Texas Southern on Dec. 18, UMKC on Dec. 29, South Dakota on Dec. 31.
Single-game tickets are on-sale for the Hy-Vee Wildcat Classic with Florida set for Saturday, Dec. 22 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City. There are a number of packages available, including lower-level end zone ($30), upper-level sidelines ($20) and upper-level end zone ($10).
Season tickets are available with ticket prices remaining the same for the 2012-13 season. An Ahearn Fund contribution is required for all premium, chairback and cushioned seating. Specific required giving levels by section are listed at www.AhearnFund.com.
K-State (3-0) returns to action on Sunday, as the Wildcats play host North Florida (1-1) at Bramlage Coliseum at 1 p.m. Tickets can be purchased for as low as $15. The game will also be broadcast throughout the FOX Sports Midwest footprint as well as on FOX College Sports (FCS) and K-StateHD.TV.