EUGENE, Ore. – Four different mini-plans for the Oregon Ducks baseball season go on sale Monday, February 3, at 9 a.m. at www.goducks.com/baseballtix

The Pac-12 Pack is available on-line only for as low as $81 and features one game from each of the six series against Pac-12 teams--Oregon State, USC, Utah, Washington State, Arizona and California.

The Friday Fun Night plan allows fans to attend every Friday night game for as little as $101, a savings of over 13 percent.

The May Day Pack (as little as $45) is the only way to get tickets to the Duck’s highly anticipated games against Oregon State and the Saturday game against Arizona (May 3). Tickets for those games will not be available on an individual game basis when single-game tickets go on sale. Fans can choose three games against conference opponents in May including the regular-season ending California series.

The Flex Plan gets fans 14 general admission tickets throughout the season for just $7.50 a ticket (not including Oregon State games). With the Flex Plan, Ducks fans can bring the GA vouchers to the box office in advance or on game day and exchange it for tickets to the games of their choice. They can redeem as many vouchers for a single game as they choose, or can split it among 14 different games.     

Oregon enters the season ranked 11th in the Baseball America poll. UO won a school record 48 games in 2013 before ending its season in the Regional in Eugene. The Ducks return six position players behind a pitching staff that features 10 returners.

Oregon opens at PK Park on Tuesday, Feb. 25, against Portland after wrapping up a four-game series at Hawaii and a three-game series at Loyola Marymount. The Ducks play 15 home games between February 25 and March 23, while playing a total of 32 games at PK Park.