The Ducks are coming off a 71-58 home win over the Bluejays on Wednesday night.EUGENE, ORE. -- Tickets are on sale for Game 3 of the championship series of the 2011 CBI presented by Zebra Pen featuring Oregon and Creighton. Tip-off is scheduled for 7 p.m. (PT) Friday at Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene.
Tickets can be purchased online at goducks.com
, over the phone at 1-800-WEBFOOT, or in person at the Matthew Knight Arena box office (open from 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.) and the Casanova Center ticket office (open 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.).
Great seats are available in the Lower Bowl Reserved ($23) and Upper Bowl Reserved ($18) areas. New for Game 3 of the CBI Finals is the Upper Level Corner Reserved seat ($10). Tickets are free for UO students.
During Friday's game, Oregon Athletics will be awarding
a $500 shopping spree at the official team store for goducks.com to
one lucky fan who has bought a ticket to each of the CBI games.
The selection will be read over the PA during a break in the game action.
Fans who purchase tickets online are strongly encouraged to choose the FREE print-at-home option. To avoid anticipated long lines on gameday at Matt Arena ticket windows, fans can print the ticket from a home computer and have it scanned at any of the three arena gates.
A ticket printed at home looks just like a regular ticket, and features a seat location and bar code.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION
Oregon Athletics and First Student will continue to bring public transportation to Matthew Knight Arena for all the Ducks’ postseason home games. Services beginning 90 minutes prior to the game, while concluding 15 minutes immediately following the game. Fare is $3 round trip.
Pick-up locations are at the following: Autzen Stadium south gate, South Eugene High School (at the cross of 19th and Patterson) and Springfield LTD Station.
Ticket Information Game 3 of CBI Championship
Release Date: 03/30/2011
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