Single-Game Tickets For All UVa Men's Basketball Regular-Season Home Games On Sale
CHARLOTTESVILLE-Single-game tickets for all of the Virginia men’s basketball team’s home games during the 2010-11 season, Family Packages for four home games, and a Holiday Hoo Crew package featuring six home games are on sale.
Virginia has 18 home games during the 2010-11 season, including an exhibition game with Roanoke College on Nov. 6 at 4 p.m. The Cavaliers open the regular season against William & Mary on Nov. 12 at 7 p.m. at John Paul Jones Arena. UVa’s other regular-season home games include USC Upstate (Nov. 15), Radford (Dec. 7), Oregon (Dec. 17), Norfolk State (Dec. 20), Seattle (Dec. 22), Iowa State (Dec. 30), LSU (Jan. 2), Howard (Jan. 4), North Carolina (Jan. 8), Georgia Tech (Jan. 22), Maryland (Jan. 27), Clemson (Feb. 2), Duke (Feb. 16), Virginia Tech (Feb. 19), Boston College (Feb. 26) and NC State (March 1).
Single-game tickets for all of Virginia’s home games are available. Tickets for the Cavaliers’ regular-season home games are priced at $13 and $28, while tickets for the exhibition game with Roanoke are $10 and $15.
Family Packages are available for Virginia’s home games with Oregon, Seattle, Iowa State and LSU. The Family Packages include a minimum of four tickets at $14 per ticket and include a voucher for a hot dog and a 22-ounce soda with each ticket. Additional tickets cost $14 each.
New this year is the Holiday Hoo Crew package. The package costs $66 and includes a lower level bleacher ticket for six games, including the Cavaliers’ encounters with Oregon, Norfolk State, Seattle, Iowa State, LSU and Howard.
Season tickets for Virginia’s 18-game home schedule, including the exhibition game with Roanoke, remain available. Season tickets in the lower level cost $405 – the same as last season – and require an annual contribution to the Virginia Athletics Foundation (VAF) and a gift to the John Paul Jones Arena project.
Upper level season tickets in many areas cost $405 ($324 for UVa faculty and staff), the same as a year ago. An annual contribution to VAF and a gift to the John Paul Jones Arena project may be required for some seat locations.
A new offering for 2010-11 are season tickets in the higher rows of upper level sections priced at $183 ($147 for UVa faculty and staff).
Two five-game mini-packages also remain on sale. The Weekend 5 mini-package includes Virginia’s games against Boston College, Georgia Tech, LSU, North Carolina, and Virginia Tech. The Power 5 mini-package features UVa’s match-ups with Clemson, Duke, Iowa State, Maryland, and NC State.
Mini-packages are available in the upper level of John Paul Jones Arena and cost either $133 or $62 depending on the seating location.
Fans can purchase tickets online at VirginiaSports.com or through the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office in Bryant Hall at Scott Stadium. The ticket office is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. for in-person or telephone purchases. Telephone purchases can be made by calling 1-800-542-UVA1 (8821) or locally at 434-924-UVA1 (8821).