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UTSA students: Guest ticket information for UTSA-Houston football game

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(Sept. 23, 2013) -- Numerous options are available for UTSA students to purchase guest tickets for the UTSA home football game against the Houston Cougars at 3 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 28, at the Alamodome.

UTSA students receive free admission to all regular season home football games at the Alamodome simply by presenting their student identification cards at a designated student entrance. Students also may purchase up to four home football game general admission guest tickets for just $10 apiece.

>> The most convenient way to obtain single-game student guest tickets in advance is to visit the UTSA Athletics website.

  • Click on the "Tickets" tab, then go to "Buy Student Guest Tickets" and enter your student account information (abc123@my.utsa.edu and password). Before the season began, all students received a password to purchase guest tickets. If you cannot remember your password, click "Forgot Password" and a temporary one will be sent to your abc123@my.utsa.edu email account.
  • Click on "Buy Packages/Tickets" and enter the promo code STUDENTS at the top, left corner.
  • Complete your purchase by providing credit card information.
  • Students can print tickets at home for free.

There are additional student guest ticket purchase options:

  • A UTSA Athletics Ticket Office representative will be in the University Center main lobby across from the UTSA Bookstore between 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. each Tuesday the week of a home game.
  • Students can call 210-458-UTSA (8872) to purchase tickets via telephone.
  • Students can visit the Athletics Department administrative offices at 5710 West Hausman Road between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
  • Last-minute buyers can purchase guest student tickets at the Alamodome Ticket Office on game day with a valid student ID card.

For more information on guest student tickets, call the UTSA Ticket Office at 210-458-UTSA (8872).

 

 

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