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Flames Football Season Ticket Update
Season ticket sales for Liberty's upcoming football campaign continue at a record pace with the Flames 2013 home campaign beginning in 65 days. Season ticket sales are more than 20 percent ahead of last year's sales pace with prices remaining the same from 2012.
Liberty opens its home schedule against future Big South foe Monmouth on Sept 7, kicking off a seven-game home slate for the Flames' second season under head coach Turner Gill.
A mass mailing to Flames Nation fans will be hitting mailboxes soon, encouraging fans to use the link above to purchase their football season tickets.
Football season tickets start as low as $65 for general admission tickets. Packages are also available for reserved ($100), premium ($125) and club seating ($225) for Flames Club members.
Flames Club membership begins at just $50 and members can enjoy preferred parking, seating and pregame hospitality privileges. For more information about the Flames Club or reserved, premium, or club seats call 434-582-CLUB (2582), email FlamesClub@liberty.edu, or visit www.LibertyFlames.com/FlamesClub.
In addition to season tickets, fans can save $20 with the purchase of mini-packs. Each mini-pack costs $30 and includes one general admission ticket to the Kentucky Wesleyan, Coastal Carolina (Homecoming) and Brevard games.
Single-game tickets will be available on Sept. 1. However, discounts for single-game tickets are available now for groups of 10 or more. For more information on group tickets, please call (434) 592-5015.
Free admission is available for children who join the Flames Kids Club. Members receive free general admission seating to all regular season home athletics events including football, club t-shirt, drawstring backpack and more. It's only $25 for the first membership and $20 for each additional membership. Please call (434) 582-4453 for more information or to join.
To purchase season tickets, please call (434) 582-SEAT (7328) or click on the link at the top of the page.