Butler Basketball Single Game Tickets Go On Sale
Single Game Ticket Availability
Beginning Oct. 31 - DePauw, Taylor, Davidson games
Beginning Nov. 16 - All remaining games (Note: Ohio State and Xavier game tickets are only available in advance as part of a two-game package.)
Single game tickets for the first three games of the 2009-10
Butler men’s basketball season will be available beginning on
Saturday, Oct. 31. The Bulldogs, tabbed as the preseason
favorite in the Horizon League, will have 15 home games this year,
including contests against Ohio State, Xavier, Davidson and a
Tickets for Butler’s exhibition games against DePauw (Nov. 1) and Taylor (Nov. 7) and the Bulldogs’ first regular season game against Davidson (Nov. 14) will be on sale at the Hinkle Fieldhouse box office between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Oct. 31. The price for the exhibition games is $19 for a lower level seat, $9 for an upper level adult seat and $6 for an upper level youth (ages 3-12) seat. The cost for the Davidson game is $30 for the lower level, $19 for upper level adult and $9 for upper level youth.
All of Butler’s remaining games will go on sale on Nov. 16. The Ohio State (Dec. 12) and Xavier (Dec. 19) games are only available in advance as part of a two-game package, called the One-and-One Package. The Ohio State One-and-One Package includes Butler’s game against Green Bay, while the Xavier package includes the Bulldogs’ game against Loyola. The two-game packages are $60 for lower level seats, $40 for upper level adult and $18 for upper level youth.
Beginning Nov. 2, single game tickets will be available weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Hinkle Fieldhouse ticket office and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Clowes Hall. Tickets also will be available through TicketMaster at 1-800-982-2787 or online at www.ticketmaster.com. Single game tickets cannot be purchased by phone at Hinkle Fieldhouse or Clowes Hall.
Butler captured a third straight Horizon League regular season championship last year and made its third straight NCAA Tournament appearance. The Bulldogs were ranked in the “Top 25” (Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today) for 12 consecutive weeks, climbing as high as No. 11 in the nation. Butler’s Matt Howard was named Horizon League Player of the Year, while Gordon Hayward was chosen as the league’s Newcomer of the Year. Both were picked to the Horizon League preseason All-League first team, while sophomore Shelvin Mack was named to the preseason All-League second team.
Season ticket sales are up 27% from last year, and season packages are still available. In addition to guaranteed seating for all of Butler’s home games, season ticket-holders have priority in purchasing tickets to selected road games, as well as post-season games. Tickets can be purchased by visiting the Hinkle Fieldhouse ticket office or by calling 317-940-DOGS.