Four-game mini series tickets now available

  • 09/04/2012 10:40 am in

Even with season tickets and student tickets already sold out for the 2012-2013 season, Indiana fans still have an opportunity to purchase tickets for four non-conference games at Assembly Hall.

The IU ticket office is now selling a four-game “mini series” package featuring games against Ball State, Mount St. Mary’s, Florida Atlantic and Jacksonville.

The four games are not included in the student season ticket package, which opened an allotment for the public to purchase.

The Ball State game falls at the conclusion of Thanksgiving break on Nov. 25 and the Mount St. Mary’s, Florida Atlantic and Jacksonville games are during winter break. Start times for each of the four games will be announced at a later date.

The cost of the mini series is $139 for main level seats and $60 for students with a valid student ID.

Seating assignments will be determined by priority points according to a salesperson in the IU ticket office.

Tickets can be purchased by calling 1-866-IUSPORTS (487-7678).


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  • B-Hondo

    Not that it matters, but these tickets were actually available the day the schedule was released.

  • As far as I know, a couple of people I know tried to order them last week and were unable to. As of this morning, I know orders were being taken thus I wanted to share the information.

  • B-Hondo

    I’m guessing it may have been a YMMV scenario. I only said that because I was offered the mini-package when buying tickets for the Crossroads Classic and single game tickets for Jacksonville (both ordered on Aug.30) . Either way, thanks for sharing!

  • twoturntables

    I just called and you can buy individual tickets to these games as well. Ball State is $40 and the rest are $33 (there is no discount for buying all four).

  • I hope I get bonus priority points for being an IU fan living in the middle of kitty kat country,