Dec. 4, 2012
NORMAN, Okla. -- Season tickets and Grand Slam Packages (four-game pick-a-pack) for the 2013 Oklahoma softball season are now on sale. Tickets for the 19-game home season can be ordered online or by calling the University of Oklahoma Ticket Office at (800) 456-GoOU or (405) 325-2424.
General admission season tickets start as low as $60 for all youth (ages 6-18), senior citizens (ages 55 and older), letterwinners and faculty/staff. Adult general admission season tickets are set for $80, while reserved box season tickets can be purchased for $110.
| Price Levels
|| Season Tickets
|| Single-Game Tickets
(On Sale Feb. 21)
| Reserved Box Seats
| Adult General Admission
| Faculty/Staff General Admission
| Letterwinner General Admission
| *Youth & Senior Citizens General Admission
* Youth = ages 6-18 | Senior Citizens = ages 55+ | Children ages 5 and under will be admitted free of charge
** General Admission seating is located in sections 101 & 104, in the bleachers down the first and third base lines and in the bleacher seating in the outfield.
General admission seating is located in the bench seat areas down both base lines and the outfield seating areas. Children under the age of five are admitted free of charge.
Fans can also take advantage of the Grand Slam Package. Pick any four games on the schedule for a special low price of $28. This deal includes reserved seats and represents a 30 percent discount off the regular single-game reserved price.
Group tickets packages are on sale, as well, with multiple options available to suit varying needs.
Single-game tickets go on sale Feb. 21.
The regular season kicks off on Feb. 8 for the Sooners against Stanford at the Kajikawa Classic in Phoenix, Ariz., while the home schedule begins March 1 versus Nebraska as part of the Spring Preview Tournament.
Oklahoma returns to the diamond after back-to-back trips to the Women’s College World Series, the sixth and seventh appearances in program history, respectively. The Sooners finished last season as the national runner-ups with a 54-10 record.