WVU football tickets go on sale Monday
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Single-game and mini-package tickets for the 2013 West Virginia football season will go on sale to the public at 9 a.m. Monday.
The Gold-Blue mini-package, which consists of tickets for home games against William & Mary, Texas and Iowa State, will be available online at wvugame.com or by calling 1-800-WVU GAME.
Mini-packages cost $195 each.
Single-game tickets also will be available for home games against William & Mary (Aug. 31), Georgia State (Sept. 14), Oklahoma State (Sept. 28), Texas Tech (Oct. 19) and Iowa State (Nov. 29 or Nov. 30).
Tickets for the Nov. 9 Texas game will only be available as part of the Gold-Blue mini-package.
The Georgia State game has been designated as “Family Day” with four tickets and a $25 concessions voucher available for $150 per package.
On Monday, single-game tickets also will be available in the “Family FunZone” section, an alcohol-free, family-friendly section (133) at Milan Puskar Stadium. Single-game ticket locations will be allocated at a later date, with best-available seating based on Mountaineer Athletic Club priority, following the conclusion of season ticket and mini-package sales.
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