Tickets for Big 12 Games on Sale Monday


By Bryan Messerly for WVUsports.com
October 30, 2013 11:22 AM
Eron Harris and the Mountaineers tipoff the regular season Friday, Nov. 8 with Mount St. Mary's.
Individual tickets for Big 12 home games and mini-packages for the 2013-14 WVU men’s basketball season will go on sale Monday, Nov. 4, at 9 a.m. at the Mountaineer Ticket Office.
       
There will only be one mini-package available for purchase. The Gold and Blue package will include tickets to the Oklahoma State, Kansas State, Baylor and Kansas games for a price of $128 per package. If available, single game sales information for the games included in the Gold and Blue mini-package will be released at a later date.
 
 Single game tickets for all other Big 12 home games will begin Monday. There will be a special $10 ticket available online at WVUGAME.com for the Texas game, courtesy of United Bank. Also, a special $10 ticket will be available online at WVUGAME.com for the Oklahoma game, courtesy of WVU Healthcare. All other available Big 12 single game tickets are $27.
 
Also on sale Monday will be a Family Day package against TCU. Four tickets, four drinks, four hot dogs and one bucket of popcorn can be purchased for $60 by calling 1-800-WVU GAME. Family Day packages must be ordered in advance and cannot be purchased on game day. Family Day packages also are currently on sale for the Duquesne, Presbyterian and Purdue games.
 
Single game tickets for non-conference home games are currently on sale. A special $10 ticket, courtesy of United Bank, is available for the home opener against Mount St. Mary’s on Nov. 8. Tickets are also available for the exhibition contest against Fairmont State on Monday, Nov. 4 for $10.
 
To order tickets, fans can visit WVUGAME.com, stop by the Mountaineer Ticket Office in the Coliseum or call 1-800-WVU GAME.



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