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Enjoy risk-free Oregon Ducks basketball season ticket purchases with just a couple clicks on your mobile device. Build your personalized Oregon basketball season ticket group by inviting your friends. Select your games with our ticket draft system. Enjoy the game with real fans, just like you.

From season ticket mini-packs to full season ticket packages, Season Share is partnered with the Oregon Ducks to deliver a best-in-class shared season ticket experience to Oregon Duck Basketball fans on your mobile device.

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Who we are.
University of Oregon and Season Share have partnered together to help Oregon Duck basketball fans split and share season tickets. We understand that fans are demanding a better season ticketing experience. An experience that helps you get the best seats in the house at the best prices. An experience that is flexible to your time commitments and busy day-to-day life. Season tickets for modern life. Welcome to Season Share. Fear the Duck!
What we do.
Season Share is a concept created purely out of necessity by fans for Oregon Duck basketball fans. We offer a simple, streamlined solution ridding sports fans of the historically painful experience of the season ticket. Win the Day with Season Share. 
How we do it.
Season Share is the first mobile app that enables fans to buy, group, split and share Oregon Ducks basketball season tickets to live sporting events, and we couldn’t be happier to share our vision with you. Our common goal is to make live events more accessible for people just like you and me. 
Oregon Ducks Men's Basketball Season Tickets
2018 - 2019
In 2017–18, the Oregon Ducks Men’s Basketball team finished 6th in the PAC12 conference with a 23-13 record. Ducks Men’s Basketball entered the Pac-12 Tournament as the 6th seed where they defeated Washington State in the first round and Utah in the quarterfinals. Nice wins. Their tourney dreams ended after being defeated by USC in the semifinals. The Ducks then received an invite to the National Invitation Tournament (NIT Tourney), where they defeated Rider in the first round only to lose to Marquette in the second round, leaving much to be desired last year.

After losing one-and-done small forward Troy Brown Jr. to the NBA draft, the Oregon Ducks recruited high school standouts Louis King and soon-to-be legend Bol Bol - whom you might also know as Manute Bol’s son. These key recruits should have Oregon Duck Basketball Season Ticket holders and basketball fans excited because the future is bright and the NCAA Basketball Season will be an upgrade from last year’s results for the Ducks. All home games will be played at Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Oregon. Oregon Ducks Basketball Season Ticket holders should be excited about the bright future of this team. We can’t wait to see how the NCAA Basketball Season progresses. 

How Season Share Assists Oregon Duck Basketball
Season Ticket Holders

Split Oregon Ducks Basketball Season Tickets
First mobile solution for splitting basketball season tickets.
Risk Free Basketball Season Ticket Investment
Can't make a game? No worries. Easily Trade or share all within the app.
All in One Soluton
Finally! A platform that helps fans split and share season tickets with their friends and other friends. Built by Fans. For Fans.
Easy Group Ticketing
Secure Purchasing
All payments are processed securely with Stripe. All tickets are verified to be authentic.
Mobile and Web Ticketing 
Your tickets are always on you with the Season Share app. Get into the game with just a couple clicks on your mobile device.
Ticket Draft
Similar to Fantasy Football Drafting, ticket selection has never been more fun with our ticket draft process.
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Matthew Knight Arena
The MKA, properly known as Matthew Knight Arena, hosts 12,364 Oregon Duck Basketball fans in Eugene, Oregon, United States. MKA is home to the University of Oregon Ducks basketball teams, Ducks Basketball season ticket holders and the mighty Oregon Student section - the Pit Crew. The arena replaced McArthur Court in 2011 and is named for chief donor Phil Knight's son, Matthew Knight, who died at the age of 34 in a scuba diving accident. The arena was designed by the legendary Tinker Hatfield of Nike and is also known as "Deep in the Woods", after the design which features repeating silhouettes of Pacific Northwest tree lines, giving the impression of being lost in the forest while gazing toward the sky. Most importantly, MKA is Pit Crew approved.

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