The Pac-12 tournament will have its second run at KeyArena in March. The conference is offering a special holiday sale Thursday on tickets. No. 6 Stanford won the inaugural tournament at KeyArena last year.
Below is more information on the sale from the Pac-12 front office:
PAC-12 OFFERS SPECIAL HOLIDAY SALE ON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT TICKETS
Tickets Available to Premiere Women’s Tournament March 6-9 in Seattle
Walnut Creek, Calif. – The Pac-12 Conference announced today a special holiday ticket deal for this season’s Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament. For one day only – December 12 – fans can purchase two general admission tickets for a session of the tournament for $12. The 12-12 special holiday offer is only available on pac-12.com/tickets between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. PT on December 12 and supply is limited.
In addition to the holiday offer, the Pac-12 announced that all-tournament passes are also on sale to the public beginning on December 12 at pac-12.com/tickets. All-tournament passes start at $110 and guarantee fans the best locations, for the best price, to all the tournament games.
The Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament will be played Thursday-Sunday, March 6 – 9, 2014, at KeyArena in Seattle for the second year in a row. Seattle is a great supporter of women’s basketball with a very knowledgeable and passionate fan base. Last year’s inaugural tournament in Seattle was a great success with improved attendance, exciting play on the court, and a great overall buzz among fans.
“We are thrilled to return to Seattle this year to crown a Pac-12 champion,” said Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott. “The tournament represents our premiere women’s sporting event and we plan to shine a big spotlight on KeyArena to give our student-athletes and fans the atmosphere they deserve.”
To help deliver a dynamic atmosphere, the Pac-12 has partnered with Force 10 Sports Marketing, LLC, the Seattle Sports Commission and the Seattle Center.
KeyArena, home to the two-time WNBA Champion Storm, has entertained more than 10 million guests as Seattle’s best venue for sports, concerts and family entertainment. Its unique design provides sports and concert fans an intimate entertainment experience with spectacular sightlines and acoustics. Seattle is a commuter-friendly city and fans have a convenient link between downtown Seattle and Seattle Center with the Seattle Center Monorail.
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