Single-game ticket info for JMU-UVA men’s basketball season opener

uva-jmuThe JMU men’s basketball program will host the nationally-ranked Virginia Cavaliers in the Convocation Center on November 14 at 7 p.m.  Ticket availability will be very limited and access to tickets will be open to men’s basketball season ticket holders and current Duke Club members only.

The only way to guarantee seats for this game in advance is by purchasing season tickets, which include the home opener against Virginia as well as the remaining 18 games on the Dukes’ home schedule.  Season tickets, which start at $88 for upper level seating and $158 for lower level seats, include reserved parking at the Convocation Center.

Requests for tickets for the JMU-Virginia game are now being accepted from current Duke Club members and season ticket holders.  Duke Club members and season ticket holders must place their order before theNovember 4 Priority Deadline (5 p.m.), after which ticket requests will be filled in order of Duke Club Priority.  Tickets will cost $30 for reserved seats and $20 for 300 level tickets, based on remaining quantities.  In the event that requests for tickets exceed availability, requests that cannot be filled will receive a full refund of the ticket cost.  Order limits for Duke Club members and season ticket holders are defined below.



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