Mar 31, 2013; Norfolk, VA, USA; Kansas Jayhawks mascot performs during a stoppage in play against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the first half during the semifinals of the Norfolk regional in the 2013 NCAA womens basketball tournament at Ted Constant Convocation Center. The Fighting Irish won 93-63. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

The Week Ahead In Kansas Basketball Tickets

The Kansas Jayhawks return home for their first game since defeating the #4 Duke Blue Devils a week ago. The Jayhawks are now ranked as the #2 team in all of college basketball as they continue their quest to run the table en route to a National Championship. Kansas has all the necessary parts to make that happen as they bring in the top recruit of this years class Andrew Wiggins who has not disappointed in his first two games as he is averaging 19 points and 5.5 rebounds and an assist. With Wiggins playing like a potential Wooden Award finalist Kansas will be a force to be reckoned with all season long in the Big 12.

For the upcoming week the Jayhawks have a relatively easy schedule before beginning the rocky part of their schedule. Kansas returns to Allen Fieldhouse tonight when they take on the Iona Gaels who will try to stick around as long as they can before they are ultimately overwhelmed and overmatched by the Jayhawks. Kansas basketball tickets for this game are well below Kansas’ season average for home games of $362 per ticket as this games is the cheapest of the entire season for the Jayhawks. Fans looking to go to this game can find tickets at a 70% discount going for an average of $110 per seat with a Get in of $55. Kansas tickets also jumped 21% to move up to No. 2 this week is the TiqIQ Top 25.

After this game the Jayhawks don’t play again until Friday night when they play host to the Towson Tigers who were just thoroughly beaten by Villanova 78-44. This is Kansas’ second cheapest of game of the season going for 54% below average at $167 per person with a Get-in of $70. Following these two games the Kansas Jayhawks travel to Bahamas on November 27th where they will participate in the Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament with their first game coming against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.

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