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WSU football single-game tickets on sale

PULLMAN – WSU football single-game tickets for home games will go on sale 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 7. Season tickets and three-game packs are on sale now.
This special online presale opportunity will extend throughout the weekend at the Cougar Athletics official website, Phone sales and in-person sales at the WSU Athletic Ticket Office will begin 9 a.m. Monday, Aug. 9.
Tickets can be purchased by online by going to the following link.
All tickets on sale will be allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis, and patrons will be offered the best seats available to them at that time. Single-game tickets for Pullman home games have been available to season ticket holders since April.
With a solid six-game home schedule, which includes the Apple Cup, the demand for tickets is expected to be strong. Tickets range from $20-$65, with a four-ticket Family Plan option (excluding Washington) ranging from $70-$100.
WSU kicks off its home schedule against Montana State Sept. 11, in the only Pullman nonconference match-up. WSU will then open the Pacific-10 Conference portion of its schedule against USC Sept. 25, followed by Oregon Oct. 9, for Homecoming.  
Dad’s Weekend features the Arizona Wildcats for an Oct. 16 match-up before facing California Nov. 6, the Cougars’ lone November home game. WSU concludes its home season against in-state rival Washington Dec. 4, the first game in the history of the rivalry to be played in December.
To ensure the best possible seating, Cougar fans are reminded that season football tickets are $280 per seat, with great locations still available. Value plans for four tickets in selected sections are $575.
Single-game RV parking in the IPF lot will also be on sale, along with single-game volleyball tickets. 

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