CORVALLIS, Ore. – Season tickets to watch the reigning Pac-12 Conference champions will go on sale online only beginning Monday. Fans can purchase them in person or over the phone starting Tuesday at 9 a.m. PT.
To purchase tickets over the phone, call 1-800-GOBEAVS. To get them online Monday, which is a holiday, visit BeaverTickets.com. And fans who wish to purchase them in person can do so at the ticket office at Gill Coliseum from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday (excluding Jan. 20 due to the holiday).
Season ticket packages are good for 26 games this season. Fans will receive 24 tickets, with doubleheaders on March 1 and March 8 requiring just one ticket for both games.
Season tickets are $400 for infield reserved seats, while senior citizens (62 or older) and OSU faculty and staff are $360. For the first time, fans may also purchase season tickets for the right field bleachers, which are general admission. Those cost $225.
Fans will also notice that season tickets may be purchased down the first base line, directly below the Omaha Room. Student tickets, which were in sections 1, 2 and 3, are now in sections 8 and 9 down the third-base line.
Benefits for season-ticket holders are numerous. There’s no need to wait in line on the day of a game, plus you receive the same seats all season. In addition, season ticket holders have priority for purchasing postseason tickets. And with the Beavers ranked fourth to open the season, that could come in handy.
Not to mention, season ticket holders are guaranteed the opportunity to catch all 26 games, which includes matchups with Pac-12 foes Stanford, Oregon, Arizona State, UCLA and Washington.
Single-game tickets for the 2014 go on sale Feb. 17.
For more information on the Oregon State baseball team, follow the club’s official Twitter account at Twitter.com/Beaver_Baseball or by Facebook at Facebook.com/OregonStateBaseball.