Campus Corner

July 26, 2012

MU football tickets start to go on sale Friday

Missouri fans hoping to score single-game tickets for the 2012 football season – the Tigers’ first in the Southeastern Conference – finally have a chance to do so, starting Friday.

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Missouri fans hoping to score single-game tickets for the 2012 football season – the Tigers’ first in the Southeastern Conference – finally have a chance to do so, starting Friday.

Starting at 6 p.m., tickets for Missouri’s three nonconference games – against Southeastern Louisiana (Sept. 1), Arizona State (Sept. 15) and Syracuse (Nov. 17) – will go on sale at MUTigers.com, with prices ranging from as little as $24 for general admission and standing-room only to as much as $60 for reserved seats. Tickets are available online only until July 30, when fans can also call 1-800-CAT-PAWS or visit the Mizzou ticket office.

Those hoping to get single-game tickets to Missouri’s first SEC home slate will have to wait a little longer, however. Single-game tickets will go on sale to the general public at 6 p.m. on Aug. 24 with prices ranging from as little as $37 to as much as $75 for reserved seats, though the school warned that availability for the four contests – Georgia (Sept. 8), Vanderbilt (Oct. 6), Alabama (Oct. 13) and Kentucky (Oct. 27) – could be extremely limited because of demand.

The school also announced that members at designated levels of the Tiger Scholarship Fund will have first dibs on purchasing single-game conference tickets, starting Aug. 8. Football season-ticket holders will be given an opportunity to purchase additional single-game tickets shortly after that.

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