Fans Taking Wait-and-See Approach to UA Basketball Tickets

by Arkansas Business Staff  on Monday, Nov. 12, 2012 12:00 am  

Mike AndersonHead Basketball Coach, University of Arkansas (Photo by University of Arkansas Athletics)

With college basketball season tipping off all over the country, some of us wondered if the University of Arkansas, under second-year coach Mike Anderson, had experienced an uptick in season ticket sales.

Turns out Razorback fans appear to be taking a wait-and-see approach to this year’s team.

According to althetic department spokesman Kevin Trainor, about 9,800 season tickets had been sold as of Nov. 7, two days before the regular-season opener. The UA sold about 9,900 last year, he added.

A season ticket package for all 20 games costs $450. Also available are “Cardinal” and “White” mini-plans. For $125, fans can buy five-game ticket packages. The “Cardinal” package is highlighted by games against Syracuse and Missouri, while the “White” package features games against Florida and defending national champ Kentucky.

 

 

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