ACC 4-Pack Ticket Packages on Sale Today for Duke Women’s Basketball -- Enter for a change to travel with the team on their charter jet

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DURHAM, N.C. – Duke women’s basketball is offering a great Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) mini-plan ticket package for the upcoming 2011-12 season. The ACC 4-Pack includes one reserved ticket for the following games -- Florida State (Jan. 13), Maryland (Jan. 22), Wake Forest (Feb. 2) and Miami (Feb. 24) -- all for the price of just $50.

Season tickets for the 2011-12 campaign are also on sale now, and can be purchased for only $190 for adult reserved, $125 for youth/senior reserved, $115 for adult general admission and $75 for youth/senior general admission. Season ticket packages include access to all 14 home games along with two exhibition contests and the annual blue and white scrimmage.  The home schedule includes standout games against national powers Connecticut, North Carolina, Maryland, Miami and Purdue.

The ACC 4-Pack and the 2011-12 season ticket packages offer fans the chance to catch the Blue Devils in action all season long as they look to contend for their eighth ACC title. Tickets can be purchased online at, at the Duke Ticket Office or by calling (877) 375-DUKE (3853).

Head Coach Joanne P. McCallie will also select a season ticket holder at random to join the team as the Blue Devils travel to play at Kentucky.  The winner along with a guest will fly on the team’s charter, stay in the team hotel and enjoy the game for free!  Season tickets must be purchased prior to Friday, October 14 to qualify.  The winner will be announced on and at the program’s True Blue Golf Classic luncheon on October 17.

Duke returns eight letterwinners from a 32-4 season, which featured the Blue Devils capturing their seventh ACC Championship over the last 11 years. The Blue Devils also welcome one of the top recruiting classes in the nation with the addition of Elizabeth Williams, Amber Henson and Ka’lia Johnson.

McCallie enters her fifth season with the Blue Devils, after compiling an impressive 114-26 mark, including two 30-win seasons and two trips to the NCAA Elite Eight.