Ole Miss football to begin selling ticket Mini-plans and Rebel Flex Packages next week
Good news Ole Miss football fans: there are now additional ways to purchase entrance into Vaught-Hemingway Stadium for the 2019 season.
Ole Miss announced the sales of ‘Mini-Plans’ and ‘Rebel Flex Passes’ beginning next Monday, July 15.
Mini-plans will be tickets for two games, priced at $125 per seat – the number honoring Ole Miss’ 125th year of football. Rebel Flex Passes will be sold for $399 for a sideline package and $240 for an end zone package.
“With fans experiencing games in different ways, we are trying to adapt to today’s changing climate and offer affordable options that are tailored to the needs of our loyal followers,” interim athletic director Keith Carter said. “Rebel Nation is as passionate as any fan base in the country, and regardless of their ticket plan, we can’t wait to see a packed Vaught-Hemingway this fall.”
Mini-plans allow fans to select admission to one conference game (Arkansas, Vanderbilt, Texas A&M or LSU) and one non-conference game (Southeast Louisiana, California or New Mexico State) and come with parking passes. Seat location is based on availability.
The Rebel Flex Passes include a ticket to every home game, but the seat location will vary from week to week within the designated area. The only way to guarantee the same seat each week is with standard season ticket packages.
“As of July 9, general season ticket sales are at 31,195, and including students, the total number is on pace to reach the low-to-mid 40,000s. With the affordability and convenience of the Rebel Flex Pass, this package could push total sales past last year’s number of 47,711,” Carter said. “We are grateful for the support of the Ole Miss family, and we need them to show up, be loud and fire up our Rebels as they fight to return to a bowl.”
Traditional, single-game tickets will go on sale at the beginning of August if inventory is available. The first Ole Miss home game is September 7 vs. Arkansas.
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