Standing Room Only tickets available for Oregon

Stanford has released a limited number of standing room only tickets for its Nov. 7 Oregon game. The game, long since sold out, kicks off at 6 p.m. (PT) and will be shown live on ESPN. Fans now have a limited opportunity to gain admission and watch from various locations within Stanford Stadium.

Using its popular Predictable Dynamic Pricing structure, single game tickets sold out in record time for the Oregon game and the pricing structure will again be used for the standing room only offering.

Stanford Stadium has been sold out for all four home games with victories over San Jose State, No. 23 Arizona State, No. 15 Washington and No. 9 UCLA.

Oregon (7-0) enters this week ranked second nationally.

Predictable Dynamic Pricing is variable ticket pricing plan that follows a predetermined and transparently announced pricing schedule. Prices for this high-demand game began at $110 on Sunday, Oct. 20. If tickets remain, prices will decrease to $100 at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, and to $90 on Friday. If tickets are not sold out by October 27, they will be subject to market-based pricing until no tickets remain.

Customers who choose to buy tickets at the initial price assure themselves the first access of available tickets. Customers who would rather pay a lower price have the option to wait for the price to decrease, but risk the chance of tickets selling out before the price falls to their desired level.

— Stanford Athletics


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