Single-Game Tickets on Sale NOW
Feb. 8, 2013
HOUSTON — With Houston Baseball set to host 33 home games in 2013, fans can take advantage of securing a seat as single-game tickets for all home games are now on sale. For information, contact the Athletics Ticket Office at 713-GO-COOGS or visit UHCougars.com.
Single-game tickets begin as low as $6 for youth and $8 for adults in general admission seating (Level 200) and as low as $8 for youth and $10 for adults in reserved seating (Level 100).
Premium games for the Cougars will include the Baylor-New Orleans weekend, which runs from March 15-17, Texas on March 19 and the Rice series on April 19-21. Premium games begin as low as $8 for youth and $10 for adults in general admission seating (Level 200) and as low as $12 for youth and $15 for adults in reserved seating (Level 100).
For single-game ticket information, click here or contact the Athletics Ticket Office at 713-GO-COOGS (462-6647).
The 33 home games is the most for the Houston program since hosting 33 back in 1998. Fans still have time to purchase season tickets. For information, see below.
2013 Baseball Season Tickets are on sale NOW! Click here to ORDER SEASON TICKETS.
PUBLIC RESERVED SEASON TICKETS
Catch all 33 home games by reserving your seat for just $200. Click here for more details and how to order today.
GENERAL ADMISSION (ANYTIME TICKETS) PACKAGE
Fans also have the option of the General Admission “Anytime Tickets” Package for just $150. The ‘Anytime Tickets’ Package gives you a general admission ticket for every home game of the season but allows you the flexibility of using any of those tickets to any game. Click here for more details and how to order today.
The Cougars will open their 2013 season officially at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 15 by hosting Northeastern University in a three-game series (Feb. 15-17) at Cougar Field. For more of the latest news and highlights, visit www.UHCougars.com.
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