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WBB Tix: Season, Single-Game, Mini Plans on Sale

Oct 7, 2013

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State women’s basketball fans can purchase single-game tickets and mini plans beginning on Monday, Oct. 6. Season ticket packages went on sale earlier in September and remain available.

Tickets can be purchased by visiting BeaverTickets.com, calling 1-800-GO-BEAVS or visiting the Oregon State Athletic Ticket Office located at Gill Coliseum. Ticket office hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Season tickets in the chairback sections are $99 for the general public and $79 for Oregon State faculty, staff and senior citizens (limit of two discounted tickets). Upper level bench seats can be purchased for $64. Senior and youth general admission season tickets are $48.

Oregon State will host 16 home games, including one exhibition contest, with visits from Pac-12 rivals Oregon and UCLA and a marquee non-conference matchup with Notre Dame. The exhibition is Saturday, Nov. 2 against Saint Martin’s and the first regular-season tilt is Friday, Nov. 8 against Corban.

Mini plans are also available, featuring both a Pac-12 Pack and an Orange Pride Pack. The Pac-12 Package includes tickets to each of the nine home conference games during the 2013-14 season.  Reserved seat packages cost $54 and general admission seating is $36. The Orange Pride Pack allows the flexibility to choose any three games of your choice for the price of two.  Reserved seat packages are $20 and general admission seating is $12.

Reserved single-game tickets are available for $10 each while general admission single-game seats are $7 for adults and $5 for seniors and youth. Every general admission ticket to Oregon State’s game against Notre Dame on Dec. 29 is $5.

The Beavers return more than 75 percent of their offense from a season ago, led by Pac-12 All-Freshman performer Jamie Weisner. Oregon State also adds a talented freshman class of four to that core, including a pair of top-100 recruits for the second consecutive season. Twelve regular-season games will be televised on the Pac-12 Network in 2013-14, beginning with that Dec. 29 home game against Notre Dame.