Campus Corner

Single-game football tickets for MU go on sale Thursday

Updated: 2013-07-24T15:53:54Z

By TEREZ A. PAYLOR

The Kansas City Star

— The University of Missouri announced Tuesday that single-game football tickets for the Tigers’ three 2013 non-conference home games will go on sale Thursday.

Tickets will be made available online at www.MUTigers.com for all Tiger Scholarship Fund members and 2013 season-ticket holders starting at 6 p.m. Thursday. Any remaining tickets will be made available online for the general public starting at 6 p.m. Friday.

Fans can also purchase individual tickets for Missouri’s four Southeastern Conference home games starting Tuesday, Aug. 6. Tiger Scholarship Fund members will have first dibs, followed by season-ticket holders. Individuals in both groups will have more information sent to them directly before the sale date.

If any tickets remain, those will go on sale to the general public (online only) starting Monday, Aug. 12 at 6 p.m. Tickets will also be made available by phone at 1-800-CAT-PAWS and at the Mizzou Arena ticket office at 8 p.m. on Aug. 13.

Reserved single-game tickets for the Aug. 31 opener against Murray State will cost $49, while tickets for the Sept. 7 game against Toledo and the Sept. 28 game against Arkansas State will cost $55.

Reserved tickets for Missouri’s four SEC games – against Florida, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M – will cost $75 apiece.

To reach Terez A. Paylor, call 816-234-4489 or send email to tpaylor@kcstar.com. Follow him at www.twitter.com/TerezPaylor.

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