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UNLV football single-game tickets for 7 home dates now on sale


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The Rebels have new football helmets for the 2012 season. Changes include a stripe down the middle, a different color scheme on the block “UNLV” lettering and a darker overall color.

Single-game tickets for UNLV’s seven home football games this season are now on sale.

Prices start at $19 for six of the games and $25 for the Battle for the Fremont Cannon against UNR on Oct. 13. The breakdowns for the non-UNR games are as follows: sidelines $40, end zone $25 and value zone $19. Those prices are $50, $30 and $25, respectively, for the rivalry game. To view a seating chart, click here.

Season tickets also are available in several areas, starting at $90 in the value zone section. For more information, go to UNLVtickets.com or call 702-739-3267.

Taylor Bern can be reached at 948-7844 or [email protected]. Follow Taylor on Twitter at twitter.com/taylorbern.

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  1. I hope The Rebel's have a better season than just two win's

  2. Get out and support the team and your school!!

  3. I have no concrete basis for saying this however, I believe the 2 win seasons are in the past! Go Rebels!

  4. Bought season tickets this year so I will have great seats in new stadium in five years

  5. We need to be the "12th man" by showing up and being loud. Remember what happened during the basketball season? The students and fans really starting getting into the game and the players responded. They will play better, the other team gets rattled, and it makes going to the game that much more fun! Don't let the other team come into our house and take it over. Let's take it back, sell out the stadium and show the people in this town that we need another stadium on campus to further our pursuit of having a "winning" program.