UK Basketball Tickets On The Rise

Want to see Calipari and the 2010-11 version in person this year? Well, dig a little deeper in the pocket.

For the first time since the 2007 season, the University of Kentucky announced that the season and single game Basketball Tickets will increase in the 2010-11 season. UK athletics department unveiled a new K-Fund donation and ticket pricing structure that should generate more than $3.5 million in additional income.

The department announced the following increases:

K-FUND DONATIONS INCREASES

* Seats that previously required a $1,350 donation will now require a $5,000 donation.
* Seats that previously required an $1,100 donation will now require a $1,500 donation.
* Seats that previously required an $850 donation will now require a $1,000 donation.
* Seats that previously required an $600 donation will now require a $700 donation.
* Seats that previously required an $300 donation will now require a $400 donation.

TICKET PRICE INCREASE

* Lower level tickets that were previously $33 will now cost $40. Upper level seats that were previously $28 will now cost $35.
* Lower level season tickets – previously $594 – now cost $680. Upper level seats – previously $504 – now cost $595. (Based on 17 home games)

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