July 31, 2009
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Baylor fans looking to purchase tickets for the Bears' Nov. 28th showdown at Cowboys Stadium against defending Big 12 South Division tri-champion Texas Tech can place their orders beginning Monday, Aug. 3, at 8 a.m. Tickets will be available on-line at baylorbears.com, in person at the Baylor Athletics Ticket Office or via phone by calling 1.254.710.1000 starting Monday.
With Cowboys Stadium divided in half for the game, it is important that both Baylor and Texas Tech fans purchase their tickets directly from their institutions respective box offices to ensure that they sit on the appropriate side of the stadium. Baylor will be the home team for the game and utilize the Cowboys' sideline.
"We are experiencing record demand for Baylor football season tickets and anticipate a similar high level of interest in tickets to the Baylor - Texas Tech game in Cowboys Stadium," said Baylor Director of Athletics Ian McCaw. "I encourage fans to call the Baylor Ticket Office at their earliest opportunity to secure tickets for this much anticipated event."
Tickets for the Baylor-Tech game may be purchased for as little as $40 with other locations priced at $60 and $100. Baylor students may purchase two tickets (per student ID) for $25 each but must do so in person at the Athletics Ticket Office located at the Ferrell Center and present a valid Baylor ID.
Fans will also be able to pre-purchase parking for the game through Ticket Master in close proximity to Cowboys Stadium. A regular parking price for the game is available for $30, while a parking pass with tailgating is available for $40. Tailgating is only allowed in the designated areas, and there are limited tailgating spaces available on the perimeter of each parking lot. The parking lots will be divided by team, so it is important for fans to purchase a lot designated for the team they are supporting.
Baylor and Texas Tech, originally slated to play in Waco this season, will be playing just the third college football game ever in the new $1.5 billion Cowboys Stadium in Arlington. The game in Arlington marks the first of two games between the longtime rivals in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The Bears and Red Raiders will play Oct. 9, 2010, at the Cotton Bowl during the annual Texas State Fair, a game originally scheduled to be played in Lubbock.
The 2009 season marks Baylor's 60th campaign at Floyd Casey Stadium and season tickets for the Bears' six-game home schedule are available starting at $145 each. Families can purchase the popular Family Four Pack, which includes reserved seats for each of BU's six home games at Floyd Casey Stadium, for just $320.
Coach Art Briles' Bears open the 2009 season with a nationally televised game on ABC/ESPN2 Sept. 5 at Wake Forest, then after a bye date, play their home opener on Sept. 19th against Connecticut for Parents' Weekend. Other home games are against Northwestern State (Sept. 26), Kent State (Oct. 3), Oklahoma State (Oct. 24), Nebraska (Oct. 31) and Texas (Nov. 14).
Baylor fans may call 1.254.710.1000 or log on to baylorbears.com to purchase 2009 season tickets or Tech game tickets. Texas Tech fans should call 1.806.742-TECH to order tickets for the Cowboy Stadium game on their sideline.
Single-game tickets for Baylor's other 2009 games go on-sale Monday, Aug. 10, at 8 a.m.