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Gamecock Basketball Single-Game Tickets On Sale Monday
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Gamecock Basketball Single-Game Tickets On Sale Monday

Oct. 28, 2016

COLUMBIA, S.C. ââ’¬” Select South Carolina men’s and women’s basketball single-game tickets go on sale to the general public on Mon., Oct. 31, at 10 a.m. For the women’s games, general admission tickets for all games except vs. Tennessee will go on sale for $8 for adult and $4 for youth (17 and under). For the men’s games, all single-game tickets for non-conference games will go on sale for $20 in the lower level and $14 in the upper level.

South Carolina women’s basketball will release on Monday 2,000 single-game general admission tickets per game leading up to game day to ensure all general admission ticket holders can be accommodated. The program continues to sell general admission season tickets, which will be the only way fans can guarantee they have a ticket for the Jan. 30 game against SEC rival Tennessee. Single-game tickets for that contest will go on sale in mid-December. This season, all general admission seating for women’s basketball is in the upper level.

Gamecock men’s basketball season tickets are currently on sale with full season packages starting at $90. Like last season, fans can purchase lower level season tickets for $260, the Coke Family Sections are available for $600 (four tickets) and upper level tickets are available for $200 (no Gamecock Club membership required). End zone seating in the upper level is priced at four seats for $360. South Carolina also has the Gamecocks Pass available for $59 per season ticket, which allows fans access to the best available unsold seats at Colonial Life Arena for every home game.

For more detailed information on both programs’ season ticket options, please visit

Both teams will host exhibition games to open the season. The men face Newberry on Sun., Nov. 6, at 4 p.m., and the women take on Benedict on Mon., Nov. 7, at 7 p.m. Admission for both contests is free with general admission seating throughout the arena.