2015 Oklahoma State Football Season Tickets Likely To Sell Out


It would appear that Cowboys football tickets are a hot item this year.

According to Chris Bahl, OSU’s associate athletic director of customer service and sales, they could be sold out soon.

“Our fans are in a position now where if you don’t have season tickets, you better hurry,” Bahl said. “There aren’t many left.”

Oklahoma State re-opened the renovated Boone Pickens Stadium in 2009, increasing its seating capacity to 60,218. OSU actually set a season ticket sales record in 2013 with 50,223 sold, but dipped to 45,061 in 2014.

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But what about 2015? With the Cowboy’s dramatic close to the 2014 season, combined with home games such as Baylor, TCU, and OU, the demand has surely increased.

“We’re in very good shape, I’ll tell you that,” Bahl said. “Our fans have really responded to the season and really responded to our marketing that we’ve done, which has been very nice. The numbers look good.”

Once season ticket sales reach about 54,000, they become sold out to the general public. That number appears within reach, and August is historically the highest-selling month for football tickets, so if you’re on the fence about tickets this season, you’d better get on it.

All the more reason to be excited about 2015 in Stillwater.

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