OXFORD, Miss. – Hoops fans around the country know the SEC Basketball Tournament is unlike any other, with some of the nation’s most exciting players and top teams and 13 games over five days. Now Ole Miss basketball season ticket holders have the chance to experience it firsthand.
Fans who purchase an Ole Miss men’s hoops season ticket package will be automatically entered in a drawing for a chance to win an SEC Basketball Fan Tournament experience in Nashville, Tenn., March 13-17.
Each season ticket purchased gives a fan the chance to win a prize pack, which includes two SEC Tournament tickets for every game and hotel accommodations in the Ole Miss team hotel. The drawing will take place at the Rebels’ Dec. 1 home game versus Rutgers as part of the SEC/Big East Challenge. Winners must be present to win.
Ole Miss opens the 2012-13 season Nov. 9 at home versus Mississippi Valley State. In addition to the Scarlet Knights, the Rebels’ home slate this season includes matchups against defending national champion Kentucky, Mississippi State, Tennessee and SEC newcomers Missouri and Texas A&M. Season tickets start at just $215 and include all 17 homes games - that's just over $10 per game.
For ticket information for the 2012-13 hoops season, call the Ole Miss Ticket Office at 1-888-REB-TKTS (732-8587), visit OleMissHoops.com or tweet @OleMissTix.
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