On-line sales for the six games will begin at 12 a.m. Friday on the athletic department's official website, www.goducks.com. Sales via telephone (541-346-4461 or 1-800-WEBFOOT) and in person at the Autzen Stadium South Ticket Building (off Leo Harris Parkway) will commence Friday at 9 a.m.
Reserved tickets for the Sept. 10 season opener versus Montana and the Sept. 17 contest against Fresno State will cost $32 each. Reserved seats for conference match-ups against defending national champion USC (Sept. 24) and California (Nov. 5) will cost $42 each while Washington (Oct. 15) and Oregon State (Nov. 19) tickets will be $55 each.
Only a limited number of scattered reserved singles and obstructed view reserved tickets remain for the USC, Washington and Oregon State games. The single reserved tickets will be available on the Ducks' website but the obstructed view seats only will be available via the telephone or in person.
The limited single-game ticket availability is a result of record-setting season ticket sales for the eighth-straight season. The Ducks' 40,923 season tickets sold compares to 40,725 season tickets from a year ago, marking the seventh year in a row Oregon has been forced to curtail the sale of season tickets prior to the start of the season.
In addition, reserved tickets for all five of Oregon's away games will go on sale Friday through the UO athletic ticket office. Oregon's 2005 road schedule includes Sept. 1 at Houston ($25), Oct. 1 at Stanford ($30), Oct. 8 at Arizona State ($27), Oct. 22 at Arizona ($22) and Nov. 12 at Washington State ($45).
For more information, visit goducks.com, or call 541-346-4461 or 1-800-WEBFOOT.
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