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Mini-Season Ticket Plans Add Reserved Seat Option
Release Date: 09/14/2012
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EUGENE – Looking ahead to the start of another exciting Pac-12 season next week, the No. 9 University of Oregon volleyball team (9-0) is pleased to offer fans yet another Mini-Season Ticket Plan ticket option.

A reserved ticket option has been added to both new mini-plans featuring three of the team’s most exciting tilts against the nation’s top volleyball conference.

The new reserved three-match tickets are available for purchase for $21 online or in-person at the Duck ticket office. As publicized earlier this week, a general admission ticket for the same plan is also available for $15.

Next Wednesday’s Pac-12 opener  vs. Oregon State on September 19 is part of the ‘The Pancake’ Mini-Plan, and also includes tickets vs. Washington (10/13) and California (11/2). Earlier this year, the Beavers beat then-No. 2 Penn State, while the Huskies and Bears were tabbed No. 14 and No. 17 in the preseason national poll.

 ‘The Roof’ Mini-Plan includes tickets for three key November tilts vs. returning NCAA tournament qualifiers – UCLA (11/20), Stanford (11/14) and Arizona (11/1). The returning national champion Bruins and Cardinal ranked No. 1 and No. 6 in the preseason poll, and Arizona has made 15 NCAA trips the last 20 years.

The new plan gives fans a special chance to chance to get their tickets early for the Ducks’ top league showdowns in 2012, and bypass lines at the door.

A link to order mini-plan tickets and information is available at the ticket link by clicking HERE.

For those fans still picking up volleyball lingo, a ‘pancake’ is a type of diving, one-handed dig, and a ‘roof’ is a block that falls straight down back on the attacker’s side.

To study up on other volleyball terminology, Jerry Allen and P.A. announcer Malachi Williams have a fun video by clicking HERE.

Among other volleyball ticket news, with the addition of new ticket/ID scanning equipment at the arena, current UO students must present a valid ID to be scanned for free admission. Fans trying to enter with a staff or inactive student ID will be required to purchase a ticket for the game.

Each match earns students 250 points in the Fan Reward Program, and a link to a leaderboard and more program info is available HERE.

Families can also save money on season tickets by purchasing a general admission family plan. The package is available for $50 per adult ticket and $25 per child ticket (and two tickets or more of each age category must be purchased for this rate).

Earlier this week, Oregon swept both St. Mary’s and Portland State to polish off its fifth, 9-0 start under head coach Jim Moore. The No. 9 Ducks currently sport their highest ranking of the season, and lead the nation in kills (15.40 p/s), and rank top five in assists (third, 14.28 p/s) and hitting (fifth, .327).

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