- With Kansas State off to its best start in more than 50 years, men's basketball single-game tickets continue to be a hot item with the department announcing yet another sellout on Thursday.
The March 6 game with Iowa State was sold out earlier today, marking the sixth conference sellout for the nationally-ranked Wildcats since the department placed single-game tickets for sell on Dec. 14. Big 12 games with Texas (Jan. 18), Oklahoma State (Jan. 23), Kansas (Jan. 30), Colorado (Feb. 13) and Missouri (Feb. 27) have already sold out.
Fans who want to see K-State at home this season only have three more opportunities remaining with a limited number of single-game tickets left for the South Dakota game on Sunday as well as conference tilts with Texas A&M (Jan. 12) and Nebraska (Feb. 17). General admission seats for the Sunday's contest are just $15 each with the conference games priced at $25 for bench and Cat Cushion seating and $35 for chairback seating.
"We are grateful for the tremendous support our fans have shown for our men's basketball team so far this year," said athletics director John Currie. "With a capacity crowd expected for Sunday's game with South Dakota, we encourage Wildcat fans to arrive early so they can be in their seats at tip-off."
Fans planning to attend Sunday's game are encouraged to order tickets online at www.kstatesports.com and utilize the "Print at Home" ticket feature of the site to avoid lines at the Athletics Ticket Office. The Ticket Office will be closed Friday for the New Year's Day holiday, but will be open for orders on Saturday from 12:30 p.m. to halftime of the women's game. The office will open at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday. In additions, fans are also encouraged to arrive at the arena early so they may arrive at their seats prior to tip-off.
No. 12/12 Kansas State (12-1), winners of nine in a row, will resume play Sunday with the Wildcats playing host to South Dakota (6-6) at 12 p.m. CT at Bramlage Coliseum.