Today, the NCAA announced that several ticket options are still available for purchase for the 35th annual NCAA Women’s College World Series to be held June 2-8 at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium – OGE Energy Field in Oklahoma City.
All-session tickets are sold out. However, a limited number of outfield flex ticket packages and single-session tickets are available for purchase. Outfield flex ticket packages start at $60. The flex package allows fans to purchase tickets to a minimum of four sessions, based on availability. Single-session tickets are also now available to purchase for those fans looking to attend fewer than four sessions. For tickets and more information on both the outfield flex packages and single-session tickets, visit ncaa.com/wcws.
Two other ways in which fans can experience the 2016 NCAA Women’s College World Series is through The NCAA Experience and the NCAA Ticket Exchange.
The NCAA Experience has premium ticket and hospitality packages available for each session of the Women’s College World Series. Packages offer an escape from the heat in an air-conditioned tented lounge with live TV broadcast, an outdoor area with games, umbrellas and lawn seating. Fans also will be able to enjoy a tailgate meal and soft drinks along with a cash bar before each game. Packages include tickets and hospitality, as well as hospitality only options. Fans can purchase their package in advance by calling 1-800-591-9198 or visiting ncaa.com/vip.
The NCAA Ticket Exchange provides softball fans the option to buy and sell official Women’s College World Series tickets in a convenient, safe and guaranteed environment. Buyers will be assured that the tickets are authentic and guaranteed, even if the games are sold out. The NCAA Ticket Exchange will open May 2. For more information, visit ncaa.com/exchange.
Additionally, fans interested in becoming an all-session ticket holder for the 2017 NCAA Women’s College World Series can reserve their seats now with a $25-per-seat deposit. Fans who wish to secure their experience to the entire 2017 Women’s College World Series can visit ncaa.com/wcws today to place their deposit.
Considered the premier event in collegiate softball, the Women’s College World Series will feature the nation’s top eight teams in a double-elimination tournament format for the 2016 NCAA Division I Softball Championship.
For complete Women’s College World Series information, visit ncaa.com/wcws.