Nov. 12, 2012
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -
The Providence College Athletic Department announced on Monday, Nov. 12, that single game tickets for the men’s basketball game vs. URI are now on sale. Prices start at $17 per ticket and tickets can be purchased online at friars.com, over the phone by calling (401) 865 –GOPC (4672) or at the ticket office in Alumni Hall during regular business hours.
Tickets for this rivalry game are also available as part of the popular three and five game miniplan. Customers purchasing these plans will receive a discount over the single game ticket price and the best available seat locations. Three game miniplans start at $30 per package, while the five game mini plans start at $50 per package. More information is available at www.friars.com/tickets or by calling (401) 865-GOPC (4672).
The ticket office has also announced the availability of unique ticket package options for upcoming games. The PC Power Pack offers fans an affordable night out. Starting at $40 or $44 (depending on location), fans can purchase 4 tickets and 4 vouchers redeemable at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center concession stands for one hotdog and one soda. Holiday packages were very popular for all of our sports last season, and we are pleased to announce that they will be available again this year. These will be on sale beginning Monday, Nov. 19 at friars.com/tickets. Holidays packages include exclusive holiday items with tickets and make the perfect stocking stuffers for Friar Fans of all ages.
For additional ticket information or to purchase any of the packages above, please click here or call (401) 865-GOPC (4672).
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