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Russell Athletic Bowl Ticket Information

  • By WVU Athletic Communications
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  • December 04, 2016 05:53 PM
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Tickets for West Virginia's appearance in the 2016 Russell Athletic Bowl on Wednesday, December 28, at Camping World Stadium (65,000) in Orlando, Florida, are now on sale on a priority basis to 2016 Mountaineer Athletic Club (MAC) members and football season ticket holders at WVUGAME.com. MAC members and season ticket holders should login to their online account to place priority ticket requests.
 
Available tickets in the WVU allotment range from $30 to $157, and seats are located on the North side and in the West end zone of the stadium. Priority orders will be taken through 5 p.m., Monday, at WVUGAME.com. Beginning at 9 a.m., Monday, priority orders can also be placed by calling the Mountaineer Ticket Office at 1-800-WVU GAME.
 
All active Mountaineer Athletic Club members and football season ticket holders can place their priority orders online by following the instructions previously mailed to them. A limited number of club seats are available to MAC members at the Gold Scholar level and higher through this priority offering. All priority ticket orders will be allocated with the best available seating based on MAC annual giving level and priority points.
 
Parking passes for the Russell Athletic Bowl are available for purchase at RussellAthleticBowl.com.
 
A limited number of tickets for WVU students will also be available on Monday, at the Mountaineer Ticket Office in the WVU Coliseum and will be priced at $30 each. Student tickets must be purchased in person with a valid WVU ID, and sales are limited to two tickets per valid student ID.
 
The general public ticket request process will begin through the Mountaineer Ticket Office at 9 a.m., Monday, with fans being able to request $30 end zone and upper corner tickets with the opportunity to request an upgrade to the $89 corner or the $105 goal line sections.
 
All general public requests will be processed following the completion of the priority request process. If the Mountaineer Ticket Office is able to fill the ticket request and the upgrade is available, the credit card provided for the original purchase will be charged the difference in price. If an upgrade is not available, fans will receive tickets in the seating area originally purchased. Should ticket demand exceed available supply, the Mountaineer Ticket Office reserves the right to cancel the request and refund the credit card used to process the request.
 
Fans can request tickets online at WVUGAME.com, or by phone at 1-800-WVU GAME, beginning at 9 a.m., Monday.
 
All seat locations will be allocated based on MAC annual giving level and priority points total.
 
Mountaineer fans are encouraged to check WVUsports.com and follow @WVUfootball on Twitter for ticket updates. Additional Russell Athletic Bowl information also can be found at WVUsports.com/bowlgame.
 
Fans interested in travel packages from the WVU Alumni Association are encouraged to visit wvusportstravel.com for more information.
 
West Virginia will face Miami in the game, and it will be the 20th meeting between the two schools with the Hurricanes holding a 16-3 series advantage. The two teams last played in 2003. Scheduled kickoff is slated for 5:30 p.m. ET. The Mountaineers will be making their third consecutive bowl appearance and 35th overall.