Baseball Mini-Plans On Sale Friday

The Oregon Ducks today announced that mini-plans for the 2012 baseball season go on sale at 9 a.m. Friday. Opening day at PK Park is three weeks away.

Seating can be selected via on by going to or by calling 800-WEBFOOT (932-3667). Tickets can also be purchased at the Duck Athletic Ticket office located at the East end of the Moshofsky Center.

Oregon opens the 2012 campaign at Hawai'i on Feb. 17 then return for the home opener at PK Park on February 28 against the Portland Pilots.

In a media release, the Oregon Athletic Department indicated that the Oregon Athletic Ticket Office is offering four different mini-plans during the 2012 season.

Pac-12 Pack (available online only)
Watch the Ducks take on the Pac-12 all season long. Pick which games you want to attend from each of the six Pac-12 opponents; including two-time national champion Oregon State, Washington State, five-time national champion Arizona State, 12-time national champion USC, 2011 College World Series participant California and new conference foe Utah for only $78.

Friday Fun Night
Watch the Ducks each Friday night under the lights at PK Park. This package allows fans to enjoy seven evenings at PK Park for only $81, a savings of over 14 percent.

Flex Plan
Be part of the fun and excitement in 2012 with your 14-game flex general admission plan which allows you to choose all the games* you want to attend for only $7.50 per ticket. Create your own mini plan by bringing general admission voucher(s) to the box office in advance or on game day, and exchange it for a ticket(s) to the games of your choice. You can use 14 vouchers for one game, or one voucher for 14 games, or any combination in-between.
*Excludes Oregon State games

Nike Showcase Bundle
Come to PK Park to watch the Ducks take on four premier baseball programs in the first ever Nike College Showcase. Opponents this year include Connecticut, Illinois, Oklahoma and West Virginia. This package includes a reserved chairback seat for all three days for only $30, a savings of over 28 percent.

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