All children ages 13 and under, accompanied by an adult, will be allowed in to all 2021-22 ORU Athletics ticketed sports. ALL KIDS – IT’S FREE! is strictly a promotion. These tickets have no value and all children 13 & under must be accompanied by a paid adult ticket holder. All Kid’s Comps will need to be used by children age 13 and under. For more information, to purchase group tickets or to request additional “Kids In Free” tickets please contact ORU Athletic Ticket Sales at (918) 495-7ORU.
Price Level 1 Seating: $9 plus $2 s/c (General Admission) (Lower Level)
Groups of 10 or more receive discounted ticket prices. For more information or to purchase group tickets, please call the ORU Athletics Ticket Sales Office at 918.495.7ORU (7678).
*All groups need to be finalized 24 hours before game date
*Prices are for everyone ages 14 and up
*A one-time order fee will be applied at checkout
The Mabee Center Ticket Office will open at 12:00 PM on Sunday, November 21, the day of the game. Tickets will be available online or by calling the Mabee Center Ticket Office at 918.495.6000.
All children ages 13 and under, accompanied by an adult, will be allowed in to all 2021-2022 ORU Athletics ticketed sports with a Kids In Free ticket. This policy will include season tickets, single game walk up tickets, online single game sales, and comp tickets.
Adult season ticket holder’s children will be eligible for a free season ticket after confirming that the child is age 13 or under. No limit on the amount of children’s free tickets. Adult season ticket holders who did not request a free children’s season ticket, and want to bring a child 13 and under to a single game, will need to present their season ticket for that game at the ticket office, and a children’s single game ticket will be printed for that child, upon submitting their age to the ticket office.
All children age 13 and under, accompanied by an adult ticket holder, will receive a free children’s ticket at the ticket office, upon purchase of an adult ticket, or upon presentation of an already purchased adult ticket. The accompanying adult will have to submit the child’s birthday to confirm that they are age 13 or under. No limit on the amount of free children’s tickets.
Adult’s purchasing tickets online will be eligible to print off a free children’s ticket after confirming that they are age 13 or under online.
Adults who have received complimentary tickets that are bringing children to the game will be eligible for a free children’s ticket after presenting their complimentary ticket for that game at the ticket office. They will then receive a free children’s ticket after confirming the child’s age.
Groups with children age 13 and under will be given a chance to upgrade their seats from free to a discounted group rate when given the option of premium group sales elements (on court activities, announcement of group on the video board, PA announcements, high five tunnels, on court performances…etc.). Those groups will be contacted by the Director of Athletic Ticket Sales. These will not be sold through online sales or the ticket office. For more information contact ORU Athletics at (918) 495-7ORU.
*ALL KIDS – IT’S FREE! is strictly a promotion. These tickets have no value and all children 13 & under must be accompanied by a paid adult ticket holder.
The ONLY authorized Mabee Center ticket sales outlets are in-person at the Mabee Center Ticket Office (located in the Mabee Center North Lobby), online at MabeeCenter.com or by phone at (918) 495-6000 or (918) 495-7000 (group sales). Mabee Center is not able to honor, replace or refund any invalid tickets; however, if you are in doubt about the validity of your tickets, please call (918) 495-6000.
The Mabee Center strives to accommodate the needs of individuals with disabilities. Please call (918) 495-7000 or email email@example.com for all wheelchair seating requests. It is the policy of the Mabee Center to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Our goal is to provide equal access to all people attending events regardless of their disability. For more information, visit our Handicapped Accessibility page.