MBB Student Tickets on Sale Sept. 23

Athletics Communications
By Athletics Communications
University of Oklahoma
NORMAN, Okla. -- Student season tickets for the 2008-09 men's basketball season go on sale to returning students Tuesday, Sept. 23.
Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis and will be available for purchase online beginning at 7 a.m., and in person at the OU Athletics Ticket Office starting at 10 a.m.
New students (freshmen and transfers) will be able to sign up for season tickets on Wednesday, Sept. 24, beginning at at 7 a.m. online and in person at the Ticket Office starting at 10 a.m. A lottery will be held on September 25 for new students if demand exceeds supply.
Student season tickets are $130 and will be charged to the student's bursar account. A $5 non-refundable processing fee will be applied to all orders.
  New Rebate Offer

This year, student season ticket holders who use their tickets for 16 or more games (90%) will have $130 credited back to their bursar account courtesy of the Athletics Department.
Any student season ticket holder who uses their ticket for at least 14 of the games (80%) will have a $50 credit put back on their bursar account.
Anyone can use the ticket (friends, co-workers, etc.) just as long as it is used!
  Print Your Tickets at Home

Another new feature this season is the opportunity for student season ticket holders to print their tickets at home. Students who purchase season tickets will be eligible to print each ticket at home during the designated distribution period. Click here for more information.
Men's Basketball Student Ticket Information
Main Page | Order Tickets Online | Distribution Schedule | Print-at-Home Instructions
The men's basketball schedule features 17 regular season home contests. Schedule highlights include non-conference visits from USC and Utah and conference rivals Oklahoma State, Texas and defending national champion Kansas. The 2008-09 season tips off on Wednesday, Nov. 5, when the Sooners host an exhibition game against Panhandle State.