Aug. 6, 2009
Single-game tickets for Baylor's six 2009 football games at Floyd Casey Stadium, as well as its five road games, go on sale Monday, Aug. 10th, and may be purchased online at baylorbears.com, by phone (254.710.1000) or in person at the Athletics Ticket Office, which is now located at the Ferrell Center.
Orders are also being taken for Baylor's Nov. 28th game against Texas Tech at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Tickets for that game are priced at $100 (club), $60 and $40 each for the general public, while Baylor students may purchase up to two tickets with their student identification card for $25 each. All seating for the Texas Tech game is reserved and Baylor students will need to purchase their tickets in-person at the Athletics Ticket Office.
In past years, Baylor only offered one single-game ticket price for each home football game. However, in 2009, Baylor Athletics will offer a youth (18 and under) ticket price. The youth ticket price will be $20 for each of Baylor's three non-conference games, while the Oklahoma State and Nebraska single-game youth tickets are $25 each and for the Texas game they are $45 each.
In addition to the new youth price for 2009, Baylor Athletics will also offer fans the opportunity to print their single-game tickets from home and season ticketholders now have the ability to transfer seats when they are unable to attend home games. More information on print at home and transfer options will be available on baylorbears.com.
The Parents' Weekend home opener Sept. 19th against 2009 International Bowl champion Connecticut is priced at $35 for adults, while the Sept. 26th Northwestern State game costs $25 and the Oct. 3rd Kent State game is $30.
Tickets for Baylor's Oct. 24th Homecoming game against Oklahoma State as well as its Oct. 31 game versus 2009 Gator Bowl champion Nebraska are $40 each, while tickets to the Nov. 14th game against 2009 Fiesta Bowl champ Texas are $60 each.
Away game prices are $35 for the Bears' Sept. 5 nationally televised (ABC/ESPN2) season opener at Wake Forest; $69 for the Oct. 10 Big 12 opener at Oklahoma; $60 for the Oct. 17 game at Iowa State; $52 for the Nov. 7 game at Missouri and $70 for the Nov. 21 Battle of the Brazos at Texas A&M.
Season tickets for Bears' six-game 2009 slate may be purchased for as little as $145, which is a savings of $85 if each game were purchased individually. Baylor's family season four pack, priced at $320 or an average of $80 per ticket, affords great value at a reasonable price.
Baylor fans may call 1.254.710.1000, log on to baylorbears.com or drop by the Athletics Ticket Office at the Ferrell Center to purchase 2009 season tickets, single-game tickets or Tech game tickets. Due to an anticipated heavy volume of calls when sales begin, it may be more convenient on for fans to order single-game tickets on-line at baylorbears.com.