Washington State Athletics announced on Friday that there are changes being made to the tickets for the 2016-2017 basketball season. There will longer be tickets available in the upper level of the coliseum as well as a handful of sections in the lower level's price being reduced.
The athletics department has decided that this move would be made to "greatly improve the gameday atmosphere" according to Mike Marlow, WSU Deputy Director of Athletics. The goal is to have fans closer to the action on the court leading to a better experience for not only the fans but for the players and coaches as well.
Those who already have season tickets in the upper level will be contacted June 6th and June 17th by the ticket office with options to move seats. The WSU Athletics office has this to say about ticket price changes in the news release:
To accommodate season ticket holders who held upper bowl seats, WSU Athletics will make value plan season tickets available for $400 for four tickets or $120 for a single ticket, with no CAF membership required in the lower bowl. Lower bowl season ticket prices in sections 4,5, and 6 will be $300, a decrease of $65 from last season. In sections 12 and 16, season tickets prices are also reduced from $445 to $350, a savings of $95.
Tickets in sections 8, 10, 18, and 20 will also be $65 less than what they were for the 2015-16 season and will now be $250.
For everyone else who doesn't have season tickets in the upper level, they will be able to renew June 20th through July 29th.
Changes Made to WSU Men’s Basketball Ticketing - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Season ticket renewals will begin in June.
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