University of Missouri

Missouri offers discounted tickets for three-game homestand

Updated: 2013-10-08T19:53:25Z

By TOD PALMER

The Kansas City Star

— For a limited time, Missouri will offer a 50-percent discount on general admission tickets to three upcoming Southeastern Conference games.

The Tigers, 5-0, have already matched last season’s total for wins and jumped into The Associated Press poll at No. 25 this week after crushing Vanderbilt 51-28 on Saturday in the conference opener.

Beginning at 8 a.m. Wednesday, fans can purchase general admission tickets for Missouri’s home dates against Florida (Oct. 19), South Carolina (Oct. 26) and Tennessee (Nov. 2) for $25.

The discount is only available online at MUTigers.com, by calling 1-800-CAT-PAWS or by stopping by the Mizzou Arena box office.

The offer is valied through 5 p.m. Friday or while supplies last.

Discounted tickets will not be available on game day and the offer does not apply to tickets already purchased.

A limited number of reserved tickets for the Tigers’ remaining home games, including the Nov. 30 regular-season finale against Texas A&M and reigning Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel also remain.

Missouri kicks off its Gold Rush game against the 17th-ranked Gators at 11:21 a.m. Kickoff times for the games against the Gamecocks and Volunteers have yet to be announced.

To reach Tod Palmer, call 816-234-4389 or send email to tpalmer@kcstar.com. Follow him at twitter.com/todpalmer.

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