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UNLV Announces “Eat All You Can” Promotion For Six Home Football Games

The latest UNLV Rebel Football Season/group ticket holder promotion will include an “Eat All You Can” option through the concession stands.  Season ticket holders will need to secure the meal upgrade ASAP, as the pre-purchase promotion ends on 30 June, see below for details.

 

LAS VEGAS (UNLVRebels.com) — UNLV Athletics has announced a new benefit for football season ticket holders — a different featured meal during each home game this season, which is the final year at Sam Boyd Stadium.

In addition, the “Eat All You Can” option for those who purchase group tickets will continue.

For just $6 per game, a significant savings over game -day prices, Rebel football season ticket holders will be able to enjoy a variety of premium concession combo items throughout the season. Items will feature pizza, chicken fingers, hamburgers and more. Season ticket holders will be able to select a different item each home game by redeeming a voucher at the concessions stands. The offerings include:

 

  • Game 1: August 31 vs. Southern Utah:  Chicken fingers, fries and regular soft drink
  • Game 2: September 7 vs. Arkansas State:  Pizza and regular soft drink
  • Game 3: October 5 vs. Boise State:  Hamburger, fries and regular soft drink
  • Game 4: October 26 vs. San Diego State:  Chicken fingers, fries and regular soft drink
  • Game 5: November 16 vs. Hawai’i:  Pizza and regular soft drink
  • Game 6: November 23 vs. San Jose State:  Hamburger, fries and regular soft drink

 

“After surveying our season ticket holders who purchased an Eat-All-You-Can upgrade last year, it became clear that there was a desire to have different concessions items at the games this season,” said Megan Caligiuri, Associate Athletics Director of Content Creation and Fan Engagement.

The “Eat All You Can” option for groups of 20 or more will remain unchanged from last season, and will include unlimited hot dogs, nachos, popcorn, and soda from select stands during games. Group ticket prices with “Eat All You Can” start as low as $19, depending on the game.

“The ‘Eat All You Can’ option was enjoyed by groups and it was a critical benefit to provide as we look to show Rebel fans a great game-day experience at a family-friendly price,” said Caligiuri.

UNLV football season ticket holders will have until June 30, 2019, to purchase the featured meal upgrade. To purchase, UNLV fans can log-in to their UNLVTickets account here, or call 702-739-FANS.

Rebel football mini-plans will go on sale July 1, 2019, and can be purchased at UNLVTickets.com or by calling 702-739-FANS. Those interested in group tickets with unlimited hot dogs, nachos, popcorn, and soda may contact Group Sales Coordinator Michelle Carey, at michelle.carey@unlv.edu or 702-895-2785.

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