March 21, 2013
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - The Purdue men’s basketball team will host Santa Clara on Monday at 7 p.m. ET in the quarterfinal round of the College Basketball Invitational (CBI). The Boilermakers posted an 81-67 first-round win over Western Illinois on Wednesday at Mackey Arena.
Tickets for the matchup with the Broncos are currently on sale through the Purdue Athletic Ticket Office. Monday’s game will not be televised per a television agreement that calls for AXS TV to broadcast just 11 of the 17 possible CBI games.
Located on the concourse level on the east side of Mackey Arena, the Athletic Ticket Office is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday (except holidays). Tickets may also be purchased over the phone at (800) 49-SPORT or online by clicking here.
Tickets are available for $25 in the club areas (reserved), $15 in the non-club lower arena (reserved) and $10 in the upper arena (general admission). Youth tickets are available for $5 apiece in the non-club lower arena and upper arena.
Purdue students with the VIP Card are eligible for one free ticket each by presenting their card at the Athletic Ticket Office. All other Purdue students may purchase tickets for $5 apiece. Student seating will be general admission in the normal student sections.
As a benefit of membership, all John Purdue Club members who purchase tickets may have access to the Spurgeon Club, located on the east side of Mackey Arena, by presenting their JPC identification card.
The Spurgeon Club will open two hours prior to tip-off and feature a full cash bar and upgraded concessions for purchase. Until Mackey Arena opens one hour prior to tip, entrance to the Spurgeon Club will be off of Northwestern Ave., directly across from the former site of Region’s Bank. Once the arena opens, JPC members may access the Spurgeon Club from both the Mackey concourse and Northwestern Ave. Once inside the club, access to the arena is not permitted until 60 minutes prior to tip.
Dining service in the club will conclude at tip-off, and alcohol service will conclude at the under-16:00 media timeout of the second half.
Purdue men’s basketball season parking passes, regardless of lot assignment, will be honored free of charge in Lots A, F and G during CBI competition. All lots north of Ross-Ade Stadium will be open to the public free of charge.