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By: CUBuffs.com
Student Sports Pass For 2013-14 On Sale Now
Release: May 08, 2013
By: CUBuffs.com
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BOULDER – University of Colorado students who are enrolled on a full-time basis for the fall 2013 semester are eligible to buy their CU Sports Pass for the upcoming year Wednesday.

For $175, the CU Sports Pass gets students access to seven CU football home games this fall, as well as the opportunity to claim tickets to see the preseason top 25 men’s basketball team during the 2013-14 season. Students also get access to women’s basketball, soccer, volleyball and lacrosse games.

Colorado will open the season against CSU on Sept. 1 in Denver, then will host Central Arkansas, Fresno State, Oregon, Arizona, Cal and USC in Boulder throughout the season. The men’s basketball schedule has not been finalized, but the Buffs will welcome Kansas, Wyoming, Arizona and UCLA, among others, to the Coors Events Center this season.

Football tickets are good for general admission seating in sections 110 through 117. Students will not have to pick up a ticket to games as it is inscribed on their Buff OneCard at Folsom Field.

For men’s basketball games, the student tickets are good for general admission seating in sections 13-17.

Purchase student tickets today!

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