JONESBORO, Ark. (10/6/23) – The Arkansas State Athletics Department announced Friday that single-game tickets are now on sale for the Red Wolves’ home men’s and women’s basketball games.
Both single-game and season tickets may be purchased through the A-State Ticket Office, located at First National Bank Arena’s lower red entrance, in person, by phone at 870-972-3882, online by visiting AStateRedWolves.com/tickets or via the A-State Athletics App.
With the Athletics Department prioritizing mobile ticketing, an important feature of the Red Wolves App is mobile-ticketing options making it possible for fans to buy, manage, and transfer tickets from the A-State Ticket office. The Red Wolves App is the tool for accessing mobile tickets to enter 2023-24 A-State home athletics events.
To streamline the adoption of mobile tickets by Red Wolves fans, A-State Athletics has created step-by-step instructions and videos of the process available at AStateRedWolves.com/mobiletickets. Using created or existing Ticketmaster account-login information, 2023-24 A-State Basketball season tickets will populate for users as of October 24. Any future season or single-game ticket orders processed after that date will immediately populate into your mobile ticketing account.
A-State’s men host Trevecca Nazarene in an exhibition on Oct. 25 before a charity exhibition contest against Central Arkansas on Oct. 30. Ticket proceeds from the charity exhibition will assist with relief efforts from tornadoes that affected the community of Wynne, Arkansas, this past spring. The regular-season home opener is slated for Nov. 14 versus Alcorn State.
The women’s basketball home opener is set for 11 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 9, against Northern Illinois, and marks the first of a program-record 17 home dates.
Game times for all A-State home basketball home games can be found on AStateRedWolves.com or the Red Wolves App.
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