Single-Game Tickets for Four More MBB Games on Sale Tuesday

i-briscoLEXINGTON, Ky. – Tickets for Kentucky’s men’s basketball games vs. Duquesne, Cleveland State, UT Martin and Valparaiso will go on sale Tuesday at 5 p.m. On Tuesday evening, tickets will only be available online at Ticketmaster.com or by calling Ticketmaster at 800.745.3000. Fans are encouraged to purchase on Tuesday evening to secure the best seat locations.

Based on availability after Tuesday’s sale, tickets will also be available on Wednesday morning through the UK ticket office and the Rupp Arena box office.

Tickets for Kentucky’s games vs. Duquesne (Nov. 20), Cleveland State (Nov. 23), UT Martin (Nov. 25) and Valparaiso (Dec. 7) will be available.

Remaining tickets for sale will come from the unsold student ticket allotment.

Including Tuesday, there will be four more dates to purchase single-game tickets this season, based on availability:

  • Oct. 18 at 5 p.m. – Duquesne (Nov. 20), Cleveland State (Nov. 23), UT Martin (Nov. 25), Valparaiso (Dec. 7)
  • Nov. 3 at 5 p.m. – UCLA (Dec. 3), Texas A&M (Jan. 3), Arkansas (Jan. 7)
  • Dec. 8 at 5 p.m. – Auburn (Jan. 14), South Carolina (Jan. 21), Kansas (Jan. 28), Georgia (Jan. 31)
  • Jan. 25 at 5 p.m. – LSU (Feb. 7), Tennessee (Feb. 14), Florida (Feb. 25), Vanderbilt (Feb. 28)

For a complete listing of on-sale dates, single-game ticket prices and other ticket information, visit UKAthletics.com/tickets-mens-basketball.

Tickets for the Blue-White Game at Rupp Arena on Oct. 21 are still available. 200-level tickets are $5. Additionally, tickets are still available for the two exhibition games vs. Clarion (Oct. 30) and Asbury (Nov. 6), in addition to the first two regular-season games vs. Stephen F. Austin (Nov. 11) and Canisius (Nov. 13).

As always, UK Athletics encourages all fans to buy tickets to our athletics events through the UK ticket office, Ticketmaster, TicketExchange and the Rupp Arena box office. Tickets bought from anywhere other than those four sources may not be valid, and buyers should beware.

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