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Single-Game Men's Basketball Tickets Now on Sale

Oct 18, 2022
Tyger Campbell (photo by Scott Chandler)

LOS ANGELES – Single-game tickets to the first half of UCLA's home men's basketball contests are now on sale through the UCLA Central Ticket Office.
All non-conference contests, in addition to the team's first two Pac-12 games (vs. Oregon on Dec. 4 and vs. USC on Jan. 5), are available for purchase.
In addition, fans can purchase season tickets for UCLA's 2022-23 campaign, with full season packages starting at $219 (click here). The "Choose Your Own 3 Pointer" mini-plan package, allowing fans to pick games that fit their schedule, is available by clicking here. Season ticket and mini-plan packages can be purchased online or by calling (310) 206-5991.
Early-season single-game tickets will be available for purchase by clicking here or by calling the Central Ticket Office at (310) 825-2101.
UCLA, ranked No. 8 in the preseason Associated Press (AP) poll, will open with an exhibition contest on Wednesday, Nov. 2, versus Concordia University Irvine. Game time that evening is 7 p.m. (PT) in Pauley Pavilion presented by Wescom.
The Bruins' season-opening contest will be part of a UCLA women's and men's basketball doubleheader on Monday, Nov. 7. The women's basketball team will take on Cal Poly at 5:30 p.m., followed by the men's basketball season opener against Sacramento State at 8:30 p.m.
UCLA begins its regular-season schedule with three consecutive home games – versus Sacramento State (Nov. 7), Long Beach State (Nov. 11) and Norfolk State (Nov. 14) – before hitting the road to play in Las Vegas at the Continental Tire Main Event on Friday, Nov. 18 and Sunday, Nov. 20. The Bruins will face No. 23 Illinois that Friday and will take on either No. 5 Baylor or No. 18 Virginia on Sunday.
The Bruins will close the month of November with back-to-back home games against Pepperdine (Nov. 23) and Bellarmine (Nov. 27).
UCLA will host three games in December, starting with a Pac-12 contest versus No. 21 Oregon on Sunday, Dec. 4. In addition, the Bruins will host non-conference showdowns against Denver (Dec. 10) and UC Davis (Dec. 21).
The Bruins will play nine Pac-12 games at home after the calendar flips to 2023. UCLA will open the second half of its home slate with a contest against USC on Thursday, Jan. 5. Game time against the Trojans is 6:30 p.m. (PT).
UCLA's remaining eight home conference games will take place against Utah (Jan. 12), Colorado (Jan. 14), Washington (Feb. 2), Washington State (Feb. 4), Stanford (Feb. 16), California (Feb. 18), Arizona State (March 2) and Arizona (March 4).