LEXINGTON, Ky. (June 10, 2019) — On the heels of a 10-3 season that culminated in a VRBO Citrus Bowl championship, Kentucky football will be seeking to build on the program’s most successful year in four decades. It won’t be long before the Wildcats are back in action this fall at Kroger Field.
UK Athletics is offering University of Kentucky faculty and staff early access to purchase football single-game tickets prior to them going on sale to the general public.
Beginning 9 a.m. EDT Monday, July 1, UK faculty and staff can use the offer code BRINGIT19 exclusively online at https://Ticketmaster.com to gain early access to single-game tickets for each of Kentucky’s eight home games.
Single-game football tickets will go on-sale to the general public at 9 a.m. EDT Tuesday, July 2, through https://Ticketmaster.com.
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 percent discount on up to two season tickets, regularly priced at $280 and higher for the general public. Additionally, staff may receive a 50 percent 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, the link can be found at: https://ukathleticstix.com/sports/2018/4/25/uk-faculty-staff-ticket-benefits.aspx?id=69. And for more about available season ticket locations, benefits (PDF) 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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