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UK announces new football ticket options

The sun set as Kentucky took the field, hosting Florida at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington Saturday Sept. 19, 2015.
The sun set as Kentucky took the field, hosting Florida at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington Saturday Sept. 19, 2015.

Kentucky is offering two new alternatives for season tickets for the 2016 season, including something called a pocket pass that gives a mobile ticket to all seven home games for $175.

In a release, UK says the pocket pass “gives fans the opportunity to watch games from different viewpoints in the stadium with a different seat each game.” Before each game, a seat location is delivered electronically to your phone, and pass holders are guaranteed to sit in the lower level for at least two home games.

UK is offering 500 Pocket Passes this season and says fans can buy up to four of those passes together with that option. Larger groups can contact the ticket office for a similar arrangement.

There also is a new $210 season ticket in the north upper level of the stadium available.

The football ticket mini-packs will go on sale later this month with two and three game options.

Single-game tickets for all seven home games will go on sale to the general public on July 19 at 9 a.m., and student tickets go on sale later this summer.

The upgrade process for current season ticket holders is nearly completed. Fans wishing to buy new season tickets and select their seats can begin that process on Tuesday.

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