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Discounts for Faculty, Staff at 1st 2 UK Football Games

Photo of Lynn Bowden
UK Football's Lynn Bowden.

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Aug. 8, 2019) With football in the Bluegrass nearly at hand, UK Athletics is offering University of Kentucky faculty and staff a special opportunity to cheer on the Wildcats and celebrate a record-setting 2018 season.

UK faculty and staff are able to purchase tickets to the season opener vs.University of Toledo Aug. 31  for $10 apiece exclusively online at this link in honor of the Wildcats’ 10 wins and VRBO Citrus Bowl championship last year. Tickets to the Eastern Michigan University game on Sept. 7 are also available for $25 apiece through this offer.

To qualify for this offer, tickets must be purchased using your “@uky.edu” email address. This offer is exclusively online until 11:59 p.m. ET the night before the game, while supplies last.

Season tickets are also still available at a discounted rate for full-time faculty and staff. Regular, full-time faculty and staff are eligible for a 20% discount on up to two season tickets, regularly priced at $280 and higher for the general public. Additionally, staff may receive a 50% discount on the per-seat K Fund donation on up to two season tickets, if applicable. K Fund discounts are not valid in premium seating areas, including suites, loge boxes and club levels and only apply at the $525 per seat donation level and below.

To learn more about faculty/staff discounts, visit this website. For more information about available season ticket locations, benefits and payment options, faculty and staff may contact the UK Sales Office at 800-928-2287 (Option 1) or request a phone call from a personal representative.

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