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BYU faculty, staff can save $66 with football season ticket purchase

An eastside bench seat for BYU faculty and staff is only $90—a savings of $66 per ticket ($156 regular price). Members of the BYU community not only receive the best value on season tickets, but can enjoy one of the greatest home schedules ever, including games against USC and Notre Dame, from prime seat locations.

Faculty and staff season tickets:

  • Ensure a seat to all home games, including USC and Notre Dame. (Single tickets if available will be offered to the general public beginning Monday, Aug. 23. Faculty and staff receive no discount on single-game tickets.)

  • Save $112 when two season tickets are purchased.

  • Offer prime sideline seat locations between the 20-yard lines.

  • Provide six games for $90—the Notre Dame and USC games alone cost $80 ($40 each). To order your tickets, call 422-BYU1 or go online at http://BYUtickets.com.

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