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Kentucky Football single-game tickets now available

Want to attend a Kentucky Football game this season? You’ve still got a chance because the school just announced that single-game tickets are now available to the general public for all five home games: Ole Miss (Oct. 3), Mississippi State (Oct. 10), Georgia (Oct. 24), Vanderbilt (Nov. 14) and South Carolina (Dec. 5). Kroger Field’s capacity will be limited to 20% this season, so approximately 12,000 fans. Tickets were first offered to season ticket holders, but none of the games sold out, hence today’s announcement.

To purchase yours, visit ukathletics.com/2020football. All tickets must be purchased in advance of game day. Tickets are priced between $60 and $110 each, with that price also including parking. Upon checking out online, fans will have the opportunity to add one Orange Lot parking pass per order. All tickets will be delivered via mobile delivery.

There is a limit of six (6) tickets per game per customer, with most seating blocks arranged in groups of two (2) or four (4). Partial blocks of tickets will not be sold and fans must sit in their assigned seat. Both of these regulations will help to ensure physical distancing between parties.

In case you missed it earlier, UK announced its health protocols and spectator requirements for games at Kroger Field this season. You can see all of that information at the link below:

Kentucky announces Kroger Field coronavirus protocols ahead of opener vs. Ole Miss

 

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3 Comments for Kentucky Football single-game tickets now available



  1. Bluenblood
    4:15 pm September 28, 2020 Permalink

    Terrible link to figure out



    • ClutchCargo
      4:27 pm September 28, 2020 Permalink

      Not trying to be a jerk, but what’s to figure out? You click the link and it puts you in line and then sends you to the site when it’s your turn. The waiting list part is really the only difference between this and the normal ticketmaster process.



  2. BigBluSoTru
    6:16 pm September 28, 2020 Permalink

    Hey Matt you laughed t the dirtybirds seems we ain’t sold shit either karma is a mf.