Men's Basketball Has Various Ticket Packages For All Prices and Games
Dec. 20, 2007
Looking for a last minute holiday gift idea for a Sun Devil fan?
Have some friends who attend Community College in the area and will be on campus over the holidays and want to bring them to a game?
Want to attend Sun Devil men's hoops games and support the young team but can't commit to every game?
Want to check out as many as seven top-25 teams in the next couple of months?
ASU Athletics has several options for the remaining 2007-2008 men's basketball season that begins this weekend and continues through the rest of the season. Single-game tickets remain available for all games, including the Jan. 9 game against Arizona at 7:30 p.m. ASU opens its Pac-10 season on Thursday, Jan. 3, against No. 23 Oregon at 7 p.m. in a game that is not televised.
FREE AND LET'S MAKE IT 'AND ONE'
The Dec. 22 game vs. Idaho and the Dec. 29 game vs. Saint Francis (Pa.) games (both at 2 p.m.) are free to all Arizona State and Maricopa Community College students who present a student ID. In addition, all ASU students can bring a guest free to the games. Students and guests need only enter through the south gate (student entrance) for the discount and only need to have a student ID.
ONLINE U-PICK PLUS
Fans can pick any six games through thesundevils.com and will include the Arizona game on Jan. 9. Upper level sides are just $99 and upper level ends are just $75.
ASU is offering a weekend package that includes Jan. 5 vs. Oregon State (2 p.m.), Jan. 26 vs. seventh-ranked Washington State (5 p.m.), Feb. 16 vs. California (4 p.m.) and March 3 vs. No. 25 USC. Good upper level side seats are available for $64, while upper level ends are just $48.
FOUR PACK PLUS
ASU is offering four Pac-10 games that includes three NCAA Tournament teams from a year ago and will sell through the Pac-10 opener on Jan. 3 against defending Pac-10 Tournament champion Oregon. Included in the four games are 2007 Elite Eight participant and current No. 23 Oregon (Jan. 3 at 7 p.m.), 19-game winner from 2007 Washington (Jan. 24 at 7 p.m.), 2007 NCAA Tournament participant Stanford (Feb. 14 at 8:30 p.m.) and March 1 vs. eighth-ranked UCLA, the defending Pac-10 Champion and 2006 and 2007 Final Four participant. Upper level sides are just $70 and upper level ends are $55. Please note that the Oregon and Washington games are not televised.
Group prices start at as low as $8 per ticket with a group of 15 or more. Call 480-727-0000 to purchase group tickets. Youth groups with less than 15 people can still receive the discount if they contact Beth Fredricks (firstname.lastname@example.org or 480-727-0001) directly.