Priority bowl ticket requests now available at WVU

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – All active West Virginia University football season ticket holders and 2018 Mountaineer Athletic Club (MAC) members can now log in to their accounts at WVUGAME.com to request priority postseason bowl tickets. The priority deadline to request tickets is Monday, Dec. 3.

Ticket options and prices for all of WVU’s most likely bowl possibilities are listed and fans are encouraged to request tickets to each bowl game they are interested in attending. Fans will only be charged for their ticket request of the bowl game in which the Mountaineers are selected to play.

All priority ticket orders will be allocated with the best available section based on MAC annual giving level and priority points within each level and availability.

Mountaineer fans interested in purchasing postseason play tickets are encouraged to make any new or additional MAC annual fund contributions prior to the close of business on Nov. 30 in order to maximize priority in the allocation process. Fans can join the MAC or increase your annual giving level at WVUMAC.com.

Fans can visit WVUsports.com/bowlgame to view seating charts and other information on each of the bowl game possibilities. MAC members and football season ticket holders will also receive a bowl mailing early next week with instructions of how to order via mail before the Dec. 3 priority deadline.

Information on general public bowl ticket sales through the Mountaineer Ticket Office will be released on Sunday once the bowl game destination is determined.

Mountaineer fans interested in travel packages from the WVU Alumni Association are encouraged to visit wvusportstravel.com for more information.

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