Following tomorrow's deadline, all remaining tickets will become available to the general public Monday, Nov. 7. On-line ticket sales will commence at 6 p.m. Monday through the Ducks' Athletics Department website, www.goducks.com, with phone orders (800-WEB-FOOT) and in-person sales (Moshofsky Center ticket window) beginning at 9 a.m. Tuesday,
Oregon season ticket holders can secure seats by accessing the ticket link on the horizontal tool at www.goducks.com and completing the form by 5 p.m. PDT Friday. Priority status for current season ticket holders will not be extended beyond Friday.
Reserved seat prices for the Pac-12 Championship Game will range from $80 to $110 per ticket.
Conference championship tickets purchased through the University of Oregon would only be valid should the game be played in Eugene. In the event the game is played elsewhere, all charges will be refunded.
For the Ducks to host the conference championship game, Oregon must win the Pac-12 North Division and finish with a better conference record than the South Division champion. The participants of that game and the site may not be determined until the final weekend of the regular season on Nov. 26, with the Pac-12 Championship Game to follow six days later.
North Division contenders Stanford (6-0) and Oregon (5-0) head into this weekend as the Pac-12's only unbeaten teams in league play, with Washington sporting a 4-1 conference record. Arizona State leads the South Division with a 4-1 league mark, followed by UCLA at 3-2, USC (3-2) is ineligible for post-season play this season.
For more information, contact the University Athletic Ticket Office at 800-WEB-FOOT (932-3668) or 541-346-4461.
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