All Season Tickets On Sale Now
Last Modified 11:07 AM on Mon Aug 13, 2012
August 13, 2012—
Season tickets for Michigan Tech hockey, basketball, football and volleyball are now on sale.
Go to BuyHuskiesTickets.com or call (906-487-2073) or stop by the Central Ticket Office in the Student Development Complex to guarantee your seats for the 2012-13 athletic season.
Season tickets for Michigan Tech hockey cost $279 each and include all 17 regular season home dates plus three playoff games. Youth season hockey tickets are $168 each. Michigan Tech students, which can get free single-game tickets through the Experience Tech Fee, can guarantee their seats for the entire season for $175.
Basketball season tickets cost $150 each and are good for all men’s and women’s home games. There are 13 regular season home dates covering 25 games including 11 GLIAC doubleheaders on the 2012-13 schedule.
The best value in football season tickets is the VIP Four Pack, which comes with four tickets to every home game, free parking and free food and drink at the Library Restaurant and Brew Pub Tailgate party. Cost of a VIP Four Pack is $349. Reserved season tickets for football are $50 per ticket.
Volleyball season tickets are $90 apiece for a reserved seat at Tech’s nine home matches in 2012.
Admission to Michigan Tech soccer will be free for all in 2012.
As always, the purchase of season tickets offers significant savings over the purchase of single-game tickets.
Single-game tickets will not be available until Aug. 20.
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