Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball call center will distribute the tickets for a single-session presale starting at 11 am CT on Sunday, May the 22nd. The presale features a unique four-pack offer of four tickets and $5 in concessions vouchers per ticket for just $69.99 and is exclusively available to those who call 405.218.2180.
The action gets under way early Wednesday morning when the fifth-seed Oklahoma Sooners (28-25-1) take on No. 4 West Virginia (33-21) at 9 a.m. CT in the first game of the tournament.
Oklahoma is on the same side of the bracket as Texas Tech which means a win over the Mountaineers Wednesday morning would put them up against the Big 12 regular season champs on Thursday barring a major upset from eighth seeded Kansas State.
All-session tickets for the match begin at as low as $69 for 15 games, including the needed games on Saturday, TRH said.
The championship, featuring double-elimination-style play, concludes Sunday, May the 29th, with the overall victor of Division One playing the victor from Division Two.
Information about how to purchase tickets can be found on the Big 12's official website, along with a full schedule of the championship. The fan fest will include a full-size batting cage for both children and adults, corn hole boards, a live pitching simulator, a photo booth and more.
Wednesday through Saturday's contests will be telecast on FOX College Sports with Sunday's 1:00 p.m. championship game on FOX Sports Networks. All games will also be available on FOX Sports GO to authenticated subscribers, THR quipped.
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