Sept. 28, 2012
ARLINGTON, Texas – In advance of the highly-anticipated Homecoming men's basketball game against Oklahoma Nov. 16, the UT Arlington Athletics Department is allowing students the opportunity to pick up their tickets early.
Beginning on Oct. 1 and running through October 19, students who have purchased All-Sports Passes can visit the College Park Center Box Office to pick up their ticket.
The College Park Center Box Office is selling the All-Sport Pass. Students who purchase an All-Sports Pass at the College Park Center Box Office starting Oct. 1 can also pick up their Oklahoma ticket at that time.
Beginning on Oct. 22, students who have not purchased the All-Sports Pass can visit College Park Center Box Office and purchase single game tickets for $3 based on availability.
For students who have already purchased an All-Sports Pass, t-shirts will be available for pick up starting at Maverick Madness on Oct. 12 at College Park Center.
As a reminder to students with an All-Sports Pass, your ID is your ticket for admittance to all UTA athletic events with the exception of the men's basketball game against Oklahoma. IDs will be swiped at the gate.
For more information regarding season tickets for the upcoming men’s and women's basketball season log onto UTAMavs.com or call 817-272-6319. Men's Season tickets start as low as $66 and include all 14 home games. Women's season tickets are $49 and include all 14 home games.
UTA students don’t forget to log onto your MyMav account to purchase your All-Sports Combo pack for $50 this gives you entry into all home UTA Athletic events. For more information call 817-272-6319.
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