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WVU Varsity Sports Flex Plan Now On Sale

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The Mountaineer Ticket Office will once again offer a Varsity Sports Flex Plan, a bargain for families who plan on attending a WVU varsity sporting event during the 2012-13 athletic year.

 

The Varsity Sports Flex Plan is available for just $20. A flex plan package provides 10 general admission tickets valid for any of these WVU sporting events: baseball, gymnastics, men's soccer, women's soccer, volleyball and wrestling.

 

"After the success of this new ticket package last year, we are certainly excited to again offer a very affordable ticket package for families attending varsity sporting events this season," says Matt Wells, Assistant Athletic Director of Marketing & Sales.

 

Flex plan packages can be purchased online at WVUGAME.com, by calling 1-800-WVU GAME or by stopping by the Mountaineer Ticket Office in the WVU Coliseum.

 

Women's soccer begins its home season on Aug. 17 against La Salle and volleyball faces St. Francis (Pa.) on Aug. 24. Men's soccer opens its season with Hartford on Aug. 25.

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