61 Hours: K-State Athletics offering deals on women’s basketball packages after Ayoka Lee’s 61-point performance

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Junior center Ayoka Lee's record-setting 61 points is the frame-of-reference of K-State Athletics' newest deal. (Archive photo by Sophie Osborn | Collegian Media Group)

In celebration of Ayoka Lee scoring 61 points and breaking the NCAA record for most points scored in a Division I women’s basketball game, K-State Athletics is offering different ticket deals and promotions … for 61 hours only.

K-State Athletics released the sales for the different ticket deals at 6:10 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 24, and will last until 7:10 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 27.

The first of the four different ticket deals are $61 general admission season tickets. This includes the five remaining home games, as well as the 2022-2023 season home games.

There is also a $61 Wildcat 4-Pack for Saturday’s game against TCU. Four general admission tickets, a parking pass, $40 in concessions vouchers, a $25 voucher to the K-State Super Store and a mini-poster highlighting the broken record are included in the Wildcat 4-Pack.

The third ticket deal is $61 for 100 group tickets. These tickets are for any of the remaining five home games. Area businesses can contact Zach Hanood at 785-532-3759 or zhanood@kstatesports.com.

For the final ticket deal, the five remaining home game tickets are on sale for $1 each. The remaining home games are TCU on Jan. 29, Texas Tech on Feb. 5, Oklahoma State on Feb. 20, Texas on Feb. 23 and West Virginia on March 2.

Along with the ticket deals for the rest of the season, K-State Athletics will have in-game promotions at the game on Saturday, Jan. 29.

The first 610 fans and all season-ticket holders will receive a free commemorative mini-poster. Prize packs will be given to the 61st fan entering Bramlage Coliseum at both the northwest and northeast entrances, the 61st student to enter at the northeast entrance and the 61st Junior Wildcat Club member to enter the exclusive pre-game event in the Shamrock Zone.

The No. 25 Wildcats will be back home to kick off all these events at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 29 against TCU, but first travel to Texas to play the Longhorns on Wednesday, Jan. 26.

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