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Ticket info for tonight’s game

Basically, if you want to get into the men’s game tonight for $8 instead of $20, buy a ticket to the women’s game (tickets go on sale at 4 p.m.) for $8 and it’s good for the men’s game, too. The women play at 5:30 and the men’s game will begin about 20-30 minutes after the completion of the men’s game, probably around 8 p.m. The only catch is, after the first half of the women’s game, you won’t be able to buy a ticket for the women’s game any more and you’ll have to buy a men’s game ticket at regular price, $20. See you at the game!

Here’s the official mumbo-jumbo from HokieSports.com:

Fans wishing to purchase individual game tickets for the basketball doubleheader home opener this Friday can do so at the Cassell Coliseum Ticket Office prior to the game only. The women host Presbyterian at 5:30 p.m. followed by the men versus Campbell at 7:30 p.m.. Any fan with a ticket to either game will be admitted to both games to fill any unoccupied seat.

Tickets for the women’s game only will go on sale starting at 4:00 p.m. through halftime of the women’s game. Women’s tickets are $8 for adults and $3 for children under 18. Following halftime of the women’s game, tickets to the men’s game only will go on sale and are $20.

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    “Any fan with a ticket to either game will be admitted to both games to fill any unoccupied seat.”

    So doesn’t that mean you can buy a ticket to the womens game at 4 p.m. then show up around 7:30 for the men’s game. Just saying

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