Tickets for the Chick-fil-A kickoff game between West Virginia and Alabama on Aug. 30 in Atlanta are on sale through the Mountaineer Ticket Office.
Available tickets include mezzanine-level seats for $130, lower-level end-zone seats for $120 and upper-level seats for $80. Tickets can be purchased at WVUGAME.com or by calling the ticket office at 1-800-988-4263.
A limited number of lower-level sideline tickets, priced at $140 each, also are available to Mountaineer Athletic Club (MAC) members and previous Mountaineer Ticket Office customers by calling the ticket office. Fans must have an existing Mountaineer Ticket Office account under their name to order the lower-level sideline tickets. All tickets will be allocated based on MAC Annual Fund giving level and priority points within each level.
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