Fans interested in purchasing tickets have two options -- reserved season tickets with a Duck Athletic Fund annual contribution, or reserved season tickets without a DAF contribution.
Reserved season tickets that do not require an annual contribution are located in the 300 level or are single seats located in the 100 or 200 levels. Tickets in the 300 level of McArthur Court are $318 each, while 100 and 200 level tickets are $397 each. They are available for purchase on line at www.goducks.com, in person at the Athletic Ticket Office located in the Casanova Center or via telephone by calling 541.346.4461 or 1.800.WEBFOOT.
Annual DAF contribution reserved seats cost $397 each, but the contribution to the Duck Athletic Fund ranges between $150 and $2000 per season ticket, depending on the section. Seat locations of available tickets requiring the $150 annual contribution are above row 11 in the 100 level. These tickets are available via phone or in person only.
A $15 processing fee will be assessed to all season ticket orders.
For more information, call 541.346.4461 or 1.800.WEBFOOT, or visit www.goducks.com.
The Athletic Ticket Office will place single game tickets on sale to the general public on October 20. On-line sales at www.goducks.com will begin at 8 a.m., while in person and phone sales will commence at 9 a.m. Below are some important dates pertaining to the upcoming season.
October 13 - Limited season tickets on sale to the general public
October 16 - Approximate date season tickets mailed out
October 20 - Single game home tickets on sale to the general public (subject to availability)
November 1 - First exhibition game (Lewis & Clark)
November 10 - Season opener (Lehigh -- Basketball Travelers Classic)
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