TULSA — Good seats will cost substantially more, but Oklahoma City's NBA team will cap the number of season tickets sold to accommodate all fans. At a Monday press conference at the BOK Center to announce the first preseason game in the Sooner state will be played in Tulsa, team chairman Clay Bennett said season-ticket prices will be announced sometime this week. There's good news for fans who can't afford season tickets. Bennett said partial season ticket packages will be available. The team also will offer more than the league mandatory 500 seats at $10 a ticket. "We will not sell the entire building out,” Bennett said. "The objective is to make games accessible to anyone who wants to go to a game.” NBA OKC has received more than 18,000 season-ticket requests but will limit the number of season tickets sold in the 19,500-seat arena. Bennett didn't reveal the cutoff for how many "full” season tickets will be sold. Premier seats will cost more than Hornet season tickets. The average cost per NBA ticket last season was $48.43 per game. It's common for "lower bowl” fans to pay $75 to $100 a game. A front-row seat sometimes costs $1,000 a game. "What we're attempting to do is to leverage some of the higher end inventory (seats) so we can provide more seats at more affordable prices,” Bennett said. "There is demand. Of course, there are pricing issues. We're doing the best we can to make games accessible to everyone.” Later this week, the team will unveil a map with prices for "full” season-ticket areas throughout the Ford Center. "It will give fans a sense of what the pricing is, maybe look at the price where they sat before (for Hornet games), or where they may want to sit now,” Bennett said. "It will give them a chance to think about how many tickets they want to purchase.” The number of $10 tickets that will be available for 41 home games, and the price and total number of partial season ticket packages, will be announced at a later date.