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Season Tickets On Sale
Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 08/05/2013

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STANFORD, Calif.- Season tickets for the upcoming men’s and women’s basketball seasons are now available for purchase, offering a variety of packages and enhanced benefits for both new and existing season ticket holders.

Men’s and women’s season ticket holders are assured of receiving the best available seats inside Maples Pavilion, complete with benefits such as cost savings off single-game prices, priority access to purchase single-game and postseason tickets, access to pregame coaches’ chalk talks (men’s only), ability to resell or transfer unused tickets online or by mobile device and an exclusive season ticket holder e-newsletter.

Men’s ticket pricing options have expanded to include a general admission section, with season tickets starting at $199 for the upper level GA seats which now include access to a new first-come, first-serve standing room only section (lower 12 and 13). Men’s lower-level reserved season tickets start at $795 while upper-level reserved starts at $299.

Additionally, men’s season ticket holders will receive an invitation to an exclusive preseason appreciation event at Maples Pavilion (date TBA) featuring a closed practice, fan activities, prizes and more. Once again, season ticket holders will receive credit to upgrade or improve seat location at select games via the Pogoseat mobile app.

Highlighting this year’s 17-game men’s home schedule (16 regular season, 1 exhibition) are matchups against BYU, Bucknell and Northwestern, along with a pair of Legends Classic regional round games. The Pac-12 ledger includes contests against four NCAA Tournament teams (Arizona, California, Colorado, UCLA) from last year. This year’s scheduling alignment has the Cardinal playing all league opponents twice, with the exception of Colorado/Utah (home only) and Oregon/Oregon State (road only).

Women's basketball season tickets range from $280 ($250 for faculty and staff) for upper sides reserved to $394 ($350 faculty and staff) for lower reserved areas. Fans also have the option of purchasing a General Admission Flex Plan, which for $125 includes 25 vouchers good for any game except for Tennessee on Dec. 21.

The women’s home slate will feature 14 regular-season games and one exhibition (Nov. 3 against Vanguard). On top of the nine Pac-12 home contests, the non-conference schedule is headlined by a visit from Tennessee on Dec. 21 and tips off Nov. 15 against Big West regular-season champion Cal Poly. Additional non-conference opponents include UC Davis (Nov. 17), West Coast Conference champion Gonzaga (Dec. 14) and New Mexico (Dec. 17).

The lone doubleheader on the schedule is set for Dec. 14, with the men facing UC Davis while the women host Gonzaga. Game times have yet to be determined.

Additionally, this year’s Maples Pavilion experience will be further enhanced with new and improved concessions, offering a variety of menu options for all fans.



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