Single-Game Tickets for Oklahoma Football Game at PBS on Sale|
Aug. 19, 2010
CINCINNATI - Tickets for the University of Cincinnati football team's highly-anticipated non-conference matchup against the University of Oklahoma at Paul Brown Stadium on Sept. 25, 2010 are on sale via 1-877-CATS-TIX or www.CATSTIX.com.
Single-game tickets for the game at Paul Brown Stadium range from $52.50 for lower level seats, $42.50 for second level endzone seats, and $27.50 for upper level tickets. Also, groups of 25 or more interested in attending the game can purchase upper level seats for only $17.50.
Youth sports organizations are encourage to join UC with tickets starting at only $20. Bearcats games are a great way to fundraise money for your youth sports team so call 1-877-CATS-TIX today to learn how your team can become involved with one of the best fundraisers in Cincinnati.
In an effort to support the Bearcats, one local company has already acquired over 1,400 tickets for the game at Paul Brown Stadium. The UC Department of Athletics encourages all local organizations to join us for this unbelievable atmosphere and experience.
Season tickets are still available for Bearcats fans interested in becoming a member of the Bearcats Football Family.
Bearcats fans that are searching for the premier seating options in Nippert Stadium for the 2010 football season should search no further than the UCATS Reserved season ticket option. Seating is located along the sidelines of Nippert Stadium, include a chairback, and offer an outstanding view of the action, all for only $320 for the season (plus applicable UCATS donation).
Fans interested in continuing to revel in the student experience should inquire about the Bearcats Cave season ticket package which puts fans directly beside the student section for only $225 (plus applicable UCATS donation).
Bearcats enthusiasts searching for the best family value in Cincinnati should ask a member of the Fan Development team about the Bearcats Family Plan seating areas which offer the opportunity to turn your child into a "Future Bearcat".