Seven-Game Flex Pack and Cal Fan Four-Pack On Sale Now
Oct. 8, 2009
BERKELEY - Beginning Thursday, Oct. 8, at 9 a.m., Cal fans can purchase specially-priced ticket packs for the 2009-10 men's basketball season before single-game tickets become available to the general public. Fans can choose between a 7-Game Flex Pack for $161, which allows you to pick three nonconference and four conference games of your choice, or the Cal Fan 4-Pack for $110, which includes UCLA, Stanford, Arizona and one nonconference game of your choice.
Other 7-Game Flex Pack and Cal Fan 4-Pack benefits include flexibility and savings over single-ticket prices.
Season tickets are also available and include the best available seats for every home game, a discounted price over single game tickets, postseason ticket opportunities and other great benefits. For more information, visit the men's basketball tickets page by clicking here.
The Golden Bears tied for third in the Pac-10 in 2008-09 with an overall record of 22-11. Cal advanced to its first NCAA Tournament since 2006 and achieved its first Top-25 ranking since 2003. Leading the way are senior guards Jerome Randle and Patrick Christopher, who both garnered All-Pac-10 first-team honors last season. Cal has earned some high preseason rankings thus far - No. 14 Athlon Sports, No. 16 The Sporting News and ESPN The Magazine, and No. 20 CBSSports.
This season, in addition to the nine conference foes, Cal welcomes Iowa State to Haas Pavilion on Dec. 5 as part of the Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Challenge. The Bears face Murray State in the home opener on Dec. 9, followed by Detroit on Nov. 11, as part of the regional portion of the 2009 2K Sports Classic Benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer. Jacksonville and Princeton will make their way to Berkeley for games on Nov. 24 and Nov. 29, respectively. Rounding out the nonconference home slate is the 2009 Golden Bear Classic. Cal will be joined by Utah Valley University, UC Santa Barbara and Furman in the tournament. The Pac-10 home opener will be Jan. 2 against Stanford.