Voter information for October 8

Season Ticket Sellout at Ole Miss

Ole Miss

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss has achieved its goal of selling out of football season tickets, as the athletics department announced it has sold the full allotment of 50,386, which is a school record for season tickets distributed.

A limited number of individual game tickets still remain for the Idaho, Arkansas, Troy and Missouri games. Fans are encouraged to act quickly by visiting the ticket site or calling 888-REB-TKTS.

“The first step in the championship process is selling out Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, and Rebel Nation has responded in a big way by helping our program reach this milestone,” said Athletics Director Ross Bjork. “With our team’s strong start and our fans’ tremendous support, it’s a great time to be a Rebel.

“For those that did not have the opportunity to purchase a season ticket, please take advantage of the remaining single game tickets and join us at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium to help provide our players a great home field advantage.”

This year’s season ticket number tops the previous highs of 50,009 in 2009 and 48,180 in 2004. While the 2009 season was a sellout, a smaller allotment was set aside for season tickets that year, and more single game tickets were distributed.



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