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UK Football Single-Game Ticket Sales Information Announced

uk footballLEXINGTON, Ky. – Single-game tickets for the upcoming 2013 University of Kentucky football season are on sale now for season-ticket holders and will go on sale to the general public beginning Wednesday, Aug. 7 at 9 a.m. ET, it was announced Thursday.

Season ticket holders are currently in a priority window to purchase up to eight single-game tickets for all 2013 home games in advance of the public sale. The priority window will close on Thursday, Aug. 1. Ticket holders can order online through My UK Account by selecting the “Football Single Game Offer” invoice posted to their account.  Seats will be assigned in priority rank order after the Aug. 1 deadline.

Single-game ticket sales for the general public will begin Wednesday, Aug. 7 at 9 a.m. ET. Tickets may be ordered online at Ticketmaster.com, by calling Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000, or through the UK Ticket Office. Tickets are $45 for the Miami and Alabama State games, $60 for the Florida, Missouri, and Tennessee games, and $75 for the Louisville and Alabama games.

The UK Ticket Office is located in the Joe Craft Center and is openMonday-Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fans can also call the UK Ticket Office at(800) 928-2287. For more information on tickets to all of UK’s sporting events, follow @UKTix on Twitter.

Season tickets for the 2013 Kentucky football season are still available. For more information, fans can visit ukfootballtix.com or call 1-800-928-2287.

For the latest on Kentucky football, follow “@UKFootball” or “@UKCoachStoops” on Twitter and Instagram or “like” Kentucky Football on Facebook.

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  1. RJ

    I’ve already purchased my season’s tickets so this is just commentary on the times. College football is now beyond the cost reach of most Kentuckians. If Joe six-pack wants to take his wife and kid to a game, he’s looking at nearly a $500.00 deal when you add in gas to get there, parking, meals and perhaps an over night stay for a night game. And that’s just one game. Yes I totally understand collegiate economics.

    But I remember when my family was young and I had just started my career, I couldn’t afford season tickets nor single game tickets on a regular basis. You would expect prices like this in the pros but for events largely funded by tax payers, prices like this have to give you pause. Without the KY taxpayer, Commonwealth Stadium would still be a cornfield. I just think he’s getting a raw deal. College football has become a sport of the well to do.

  2. Larry Pup

    Amen RJ, these prices are pretty steep for poor folks. It is the sign of the times and it’s called greed plain and simple. Thank goodness for big screen tv’s.

  3. Woohop

    Not to disagree with the comments of RJ and Larry Pup, but…….yes the prices are tough to take, but nothing anymore is free or necessarily fair with respect to sporting events. In spite of their Disneyland wishes, it is a Business. If you want to see the game live you have to pay the price. Everyone has a limited amount of discretionary income, so you have to decide where you want to spend it. Spending a weekend trip anywhere you go that includes an overnight or two will cost bucks……even if you just visit relatives. Go to King’s Island with your family and stay overnight ……that isn’t free either. To point, UK prices are near the bottom of the SEC. They are going to increase going forward because we are building a showcase stadium and we want to pay for the BEST COACHES in the nation to WIN! Wishing to go back to times of Stoll Field prices is like saying you would prefer horses and buggies vs automobiles because horses are cheaper to operate. I am one fan that has decided my discretionary income, limited as it is, will pay for what I love the best…….UK Football. I’ll do without other things. GBB!

    1. larryvaught

      Great points Woohop. Just the world as it is now

  4. Larry Pup

    I still say the prices are to high. I also understand why. It is what the traffic will bear. When you start making millionaires out of AD’s and coaches somebody has to pay and it’s usually the fans. Hey I’m not complaining, just stating an opinion. This whole country is a friggin rip off in this day and age.

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