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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Season tickets for the 2016-17 Texas Tech men's and women's basketball campaigns are on sale now announced Monday by the Texas Tech Athletics Ticket Office.

Fans can purchase season tickets online at www.TexasTech.com, in person at the Texas Tech Athletics Ticket Office located on the East Side of Jones AT&T Stadium or via the phone at 742-8324.

Men’s basketball season tickets are already on pace to surpass the 2015-16 season total later this week.

Texas Tech is offering a family four-pack of season tickets for the men’s program starting at $199 in general admission sections 106, 107 and 108. General Admission seating also is available for the Lady Raiders starting at just $69.

Reserved men's basketball season tickets can be purchased for as low as $199, while reserved women's basketball season tickets are available for as low as $149 or four for $400 in select reserved sections.

Certain reserved sections are subject to an annual seat contribution.

Information on single-game tickets and mini-plans will be announced at a later date by the Tech Athletics Ticket Office.

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