Single-game reserved tickets for all six of the University of Oregon’s 2010 home football games will go on sale to the general public beginning at 10 p.m. Thursday (July 15) at GoDucks.com.

Only a limited number of scattered single reserved seats and obstructed view tickets are expected to remain for the Nov. 6 home game vs. Washington.

The cost of reserved seats for the Ducks’ season opener vs. New Mexico (Sept. 4) is $41 while tickets for the Portland State game (Sept. 18) are $31. Prices for Pacific-10 Conference home games against Stanford (Oct. 2), UCLA (Oct. 21) and Arizona (Nov. 26) are $73 each. Remaining tickets for Oregon’s homecoming contest with the Huskies are $86 each.

For the second year in a row, the Ducks are offering a limited number of four-game Online Special ticket packages that includes reserved seats to home games against New Mexico, Portland State, UCLA and Arizona for only $180 -- a savings of $38 over the price of tickets for the four games sold separately.

All available tickets also may be purchased in person at the Casanova Center Athletic Ticket Office and by phone (541-346-4461 or 1-800-WEBFOOT) beginning at 9 a.m. Friday (July 16), including reserved tickets for five of Oregon’s six road games. Tickets for Oregon’s Dec. 4 contest at Oregon State are sold out.
 
Standing room-only tickets for any home games with no seats remaining will go on sale at a later date. Anyone wishing to be placed on the list for notification of standing room-only ticket sales can sign up for DuckMail through GoDucks.com.

Oregon football season ticket sales have exceeded 42,900 as it opens the 2010 season riding a string of 68 consecutive sellouts in Autzen Stadium.

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