Bears Single-Game Tickets On Sale July 23
July 22, 2014
SPRINGFIELD -- Missouri State single-game football tickets for the 2014 season will go on sale Wednesday (July 23), while season ticket opportunities for the upcoming campaign remain available, according to Duane Miller, director of MSU athletics ticket sales and service.
Single-game tickets, which start at just $10, will go on sale beginning at 10 a.m., on Wednesday by clicking on MissouriStateBears.com/Tickets, calling (417) 836-7678, or visiting the JQH Arena ticket office during box office hours.
Season tickets packages for the Bears' 2014 five-game home schedule start at $50 for reserved bleachers with reserved bleacher-back seat packages for $80 and upper-level chairback seats for $100.
Discounted season packages are available for Missouri State faculty and staff, and families. Faculty and staff packages begin at just $25, while Family Four Packs are available again this season for just $120 and include two adult and two children's reserved bleacher tickets for all five home games.
The home opener for the Bears' 103rd campaign will take place under the lights on Saturday, Sept. 13 against North Dakota. The 6 p.m. start will feature the debut of the new student section on the east side of Plaster Stadium, as well as the new and improved BearFest Village, new turf and renovated stadium configuration.
Back by popular demand, large-group season ticket bonus packages are available with reserved chairback seats available for just $750 for a group of 10 -- a savings of 25 percent. The same package is available in the reserved bleacher-back ($600) and reserved bleacher ($375) sections. For questions, or to purchase 2014 Missouri State football season tickets, please call (417) 836-8934 or 836-8899.
A limited number of tickets are also available for the Bears' Sept. 6 game at Oklahoma State. Those tickets are $70 apiece and are available on a first-come, first-served basis exclusively through the MSU Athletics Box Office at JQH Arena.
The Bears have 34 lettermen and 12 starters returning from a team that tied for second in the Missouri Valley Football Conference, the league that has produced the last three Division I FCS national champions. The Bears and ninth-year head coach Terry Allen will entertain defending national champ North Dakota State on Nov. 15.