Arizona Wildcats fans seeking only nonconference game tickets or partial-season ticket plans will have a chance starting Saturday at 10 a.m. at arizonawildcats.com.
Arizona will put on sale all remaining tickets for nonconference games, its "Holiday Packs" and its mini-packs of tickets on Saturday, while full season ticket packages are also remaining in scattered areas of McKale.
The Holiday Packs will cover the Southern, NAU, Washington State and Washington games. The cheapest seats will sell for $64, a $20 discount over the single-game price.
The mini-plan is for nine games, four of which are Pac-12 contests that may sell out: Against Washington, Colorado, Oregon and California. It also contains the Oct. 28 Augustana exhibition, plus games with Fairleigh Dickinson, Texas Tech, UNLV and Southern.
Tickets for the mini-plan start at $213, a discount of $21 over the single-ticket price for those nine games. It does require you buy the Augustana exhibition but also guarantees you a seat for four league games and the UNLV game.
Arizona will also be putting tags on all available seats for season tickets during Saturday's Red-Blue Game. Those start at $421.
All the ticket plan info can be found on UA's ticket page.
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