All tickets are reduced $5, Orders entered into VIP drawing
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The New Mexico Bowl is running a three-day ticket sale Wednesday, Nov. 14 through Friday, Nov. 16, offering fans discounted tickets and a chance to win a VIP experience.
Tickets eligible for the $5 off promotion include the South End Zone Field Suite tickets, which normally retail for $75 and include a meal and beverage. Lower Bowl tickets (normally $40) and North End Zone General Admission tickets (normally $25) are also included in the three-day sale. Each order during this sale will automatically be entered into a drawing for VIP prizes. The grand prize is a VIP parking pass, four passes to the ESPN VIP Tailgate Party, four tickets in the End Zone Club and one VIP Bowl gift package. Second prize is a VIP parking pass, two passes to the ESPN VIP Tailgate Party and two tickets in the End Zone Club. Third prize is a VIP parking pass and two tickets to the ESPN VIP tailgate party.
The offer is valid online at newmexicobowl.com or unmtickets.com, at the UNM Ticket office, located in the Northeast corner of The Pit, or by phone at the UNM ticket office (925-5626) or the New Mexico Bowl office (925-5999).
The New Mexico Bowl is once again igniting the collegiate bowl postseason, playing on opening day as it has since 2008. The game is scheduled to feature a member of the Mountain West and Conference USA. The C-USA representative is scheduled to be the home team this year.
Kickoff in Dreamstyle Stadium in Albuquerque, N.M., is slated for Saturday, Dec. 15. It will air on ESPN and ESPN Radio at 12 p.m. MST (2 p.m. EST).
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