Seventh Sellout Coming To Bud Walton Arena

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The sellouts keep coming for the Arkansas men’s basketball team, as the Kentucky game on Tuesday, Feb. 20 is officially sold out, marking the seventh sellout of the season.

The matchup with the Wildcats is the first midweek sellout of the year and seventh overall, with six of those coming in Bud Walton Arena and one at Verizon Arena in North Little Rock.

Arkansas has sold out four consecutive Saturday home games, including tomorrow’s matchup in the Big 12/SEC Challenge against Oklahoma State. Razorbacks fans can stretch that streak to five games against Vanderbilt on Saturday, Feb. 10, the only remaining Saturday home game with tickets still available. Tickets are currently available for $19 during the team’s current winning streak.

The clear bag policy continues to be in effect at Bud Walton Arena to enhance public safety while minimizing time spent searching bags at gate security checkpoints. Each fan is permitted to bring in only one clear bag and/or a small clutch purse. Fans are encouraged to arrive early, know which items are prohibited and avoid bringing a bag, if at all possible. Click here to view the full clear bag policy.

Remaining Home Games with Available Tickets
South Carolina (Tuesday, Feb. 6)
Vanderbilt (Saturday, Feb. 10)
Auburn (Tuesday, Feb. 27)

The Razorbacks step out of conference play this weekend, welcoming Oklahoma State to town Saturday for the Big 12/SEC Challenge. Tip-off is set for 5 p.m. in a sold-out Bud Walton Arena.

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