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Ga. Southern remaining season football tickets for sale

By staff
STATESBORO -- The remaining season tickets for the 2012 Georgia Southern Football season are on sale now to the general public at 1-800-GSU-WINS or online at gseagles.com.

Great seats remain for the six home games at Paulson Stadium and start at just $85 for the Subway Family Plan. Discounts are also available for young alumni, GSU faculty and staff, parents and former student-athletes.

Seats remain on the home side in sections B, C, D, E and F with a select few seats having backs. Section D seats are at midfield and cost $145 and the neighboring C and E sections cost $135. The costs for B and F seats are $125 and $130 with back. On the other side of the field seats remain in sections J and K, which cost $135.

A season ticket purchase also allows for the purchase of the same seats in the FCS Playoffs and up to two tickets to the November 17th contest at Georgia.

The ticket office is also selling a commemorative sheet ticket to honor the 2011 Southern Conference Champion Eagles. The cost is just $15 dollars and can be ordered by calling the ticket office.
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