Basketball mini-plans now on sale

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Ticket mini-plans for the 2013-14 Stanford men’s and women’s basketball seasons are now available for purchase, affording fans multiple options to see the Cardinal take on their choice of opponents.

Season tickets for both programs are available. The men’s package features 17 home dates while the women have 15 games at Maples Pavilion.

Men’s basketball features a five-game “You Pick ‘Em” plan, which allows fans to choose two of the three marquee matchups against California (Jan. 2), Arizona (Jan. 29) and UCLA (Feb. 22) along with any three of the Cardinal’s remaining home regular-season contests featuring such teams as Bucknell (Nov. 8), BYU (Nov. 11), Northwestern (Nov. 14) and Washington (Jan. 18).

The “Family Flex Plan” offers families a great option to make it out to a game, with 10 adult and 10 youth general admission flex tickets, valid at any game all season long, available for $149.

With the women’s basketball “Starting Five” package, fans get a baseline lower-reserved seat for Dec. 21′s Tennessee game and four games of choice for $139.

The “2-3 Zone” Package, available for just $59, includes a sideline upper-reserved seat for the Cardinal’s home contests against Tennessee and California, along with three general admission vouchers that are valid for all regular-season home contests except for the Tennessee and California games.

Stanford’s slate includes non-conference home dates against Cal Poly (Nov. 15), UC Davis (Nov. 17), Gonzaga (Dec. 14), New Mexico (Dec. 16) and Tennessee (Dec. 21), as well as nine Pac-12 home contests against each of the conference foes except for Utah and Colorado.

The lone doubleheader on the schedule is set for Dec. 14, with the men facing UC Davis at 5 p.m. while the women host Gonzaga at a time to be determined.

Additionally, this year’s Maples Pavilion experience will be further enhanced with new and improved concessions, offering a variety of menu options for all fans.

Visit gostanford.com for more information.