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Single Game Tickets
Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 10/01/2013

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STANFORD, Calif.- Single game tickets for the upcoming men’s and women’s basketball seasons are now available for purchase.

Highlighting this year’s 17-game men’s home schedule (16 regular season, 1 exhibition) are non-conference matchups against Bucknell (Nov. 8), BYU (Nov. 11) and Northwestern (Nov. 14), along with a pair of Progressive Legends Classic regional round games against Texas Southern (Nov. 21) and South Dakota State (Dec. 1).

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).

OPPONENTS
UPPER SIDES
UPPER
CORNERS/END
GENERAL ADMISSION
(ADULT/YOUTH-SR.)
Seattle Pacific
$20
$8
$5/$4
Texas Southern, South Dakota State, UC Davis, Cal Poly
$25
$12
$8/$7
Bucknell, BYU, Northwestern, Washington State, Washington, Arizona State, USC, Utah, Colorado
$35
$20
$15/$10
California, Arizona, UCLA
$45
$35
$25/$20

 

In addition to single game tickets, men’s basketball features a five-game “You Pick ‘Em” plan, which allows fans to choose two of the three marquee matchups against California (Jan. 2), Arizona (Jan. 29) and UCLA (Feb. 22) along with any three of the Cardinal’s remaining home regular-season contests. There has also been considerable early interest in the “Family Flex Plan”, which offers families a great option to make it out to a game with 10 adult and 10 youth general admission flex tickets, valid at any game all season long, available for $149.

The women’s 15-game home slate (14 regular season, 1 exhibition) is equally impressive. The non-conference schedule is headlined by a visit from Tennessee (Dec. 21) and tips off against Cal Poly (Nov. 15). Additional non-league opponents include UC Davis (Nov. 17), Gonzaga (Dec. 14) and New Mexico (Dec. 17).

Highlighting the nine conference games is the highly-anticipated first meeting between last season’s Pac-12 co-champions as California visits Maples Pavilion on Jan. 30. Three days later, the Cardinal returns the favor with a visit to Berkeley. This year’s scheduling alignment has the Cardinal playing all league opponents twice, with the exception of Oregon/Oregon State (home only) and Colorado/Utah (road only).

OPPONENTS
LOWER RESERVED
UPPER RESERVED
GENERAL ADMISSION
(ADULT/YOUTH-SR.)
All Games excluding Tennessee
$32
$23
$12/$6
Tennessee
$38
$25
$16/$8

 

Cardinal fans can also take advantage of the popular “Starting Five” package, which provides a baseline lower-reserved seat for the Tennessee game and four games of choice for $139. The “2-3 Zone” Package, available for just $59, includes a sideline upper-reserved seat for home games against Tennessee and California, along with three general admission vouchers valid for all regular-season home contests except for the Tennessee and California games.

Additionally, information on enhanced group experiences can be found here. Highlights include: pregame chalk talk with assistant coaches, pregame clinic, halftime court access, practice viewing, interaction with cheer and band, scoreboard welcome and postgame free throws.

Stanford will also offer tickets using mobile delivery - the ability to deliver tickets to a mobile device and the ability to present that mobile device for entry at an event. The mobile delivery feature can be used to send tickets as PDF files that are formatted for viewing on a smart phone or Apple Passbook files that can be stored as tickets on select Apple devices. Tickets delivered via mobile delivery include a 2D barcode that can be scanned for entry at an event.


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