ASU Men's Basketball Select-A-Seat And Autograph Session Set For Saturday
Nov. 10, 2004
The Arizona State men's basketball team will hold a Select-A-Seat, practice, autograph session and will conduct locker room tours this Saturday (Nov. 13) before the ASU-Washington State football game.The team will practice from 1:30-3:30 at Wells Fargo and that will be followed by a Select-A-Seat and Autograph session until 4:30 p.m. The Arizona State ticket office will be on hand to discuss the various ticket packages available. Ticket packages range from $240 for the whole season all the way down to a $50 five-game package. Partial season ticket options available are the Pac-10 pack, a Weekend Package, and a Pick Five Package.
The Pac-10 Pack, which includes all nine conference games, is just $90 for upper level ends, $108 for upper level sides, and $135 for lower level with a Sun Angel Foundation gift. The Weekend Package includes eight games for $80 for each Saturday and Sunday game. Included in this package are games against USC (Jan. 15), 2004 NCAA Tournament participant Washington (Jan. 30), NIT finalist Oregon (Feb. 19) and the season finale against Arizona on March 5. The Pick Five Package allows fans to pick any five games for just $65, which includes the March 5 Arizona game. The Pick Five Package is also available without the Arizona game for only $50. Seats for the Weekend and Pick Five packs are in the upper level sides in sections W1, V2 or C2 and also any section in the upper-level ends.
Full season tickets are on sale at $240 (lower level), $192 (upper level sides) and $180 (upper level ends) per seat, with some seats requiring a seat donation to the Sun Angel Foundation.
Faculty/Staff tickets are available on the upper-level sides at $154 and $144 on the upper level ends. Single game tickets are on sale now for all games except Arizona (March 5). Single game tickets prices are $25, $16 and $10 per seat. Game times are set and unlike in 2003-2004 when ASU had four 8:30 MST tips, there are no home games scheduled to tip later than 7 p.m. CBS will make its first visit to campus since Jan. 11, 1997, when it broadcasts ASU's Jan. 30 game against Washington at 1:45 p.m. Washington finished second in the Pac-10 last year and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. The March 5 Arizona game time won't be set until the end of February. All Pac-10 games that day are possible TV games on CBS and Fox Sports Net.