Not long after BYU earned a No. 3 seed in the National Invitational Tournament (NIT), the school released ticket information for Tuesday's game against 18-15 Washington.
The first-round game at the Marriott Center will be free to students who have an All-Sport pass. Admission for students without an All-Sport pass is $4. Apparently, BYU's athletic department is picking up the tab for the students.
The game will be televised live on ESPN (7:30 p.m. MDT).
And here's more ticket information from the email:
Legacy 1-5 reserved seat tickets:
Tickets are on sale now by logging into your BYUtickets.com account. Legacy 1-5 may login and select the seats you wish to sit in. This Legacy priority ordering period will go until Monday morning at 11:00 am MDT. Tickets are $10.
Reserved Seat Tickets
All other fans may buy $10 reserved tickets beginning at 11:30 am MDT on Monday morning at BYUtickets.com or by calling the Marriott Center Ticket Office at 801.422.BYU1 (2981).
Courtside Cougars wishing to purchase tickets may call the Marriott Center Ticket Office on Monday morning beginning at 9:00 am MDT at 801.422.2981 to buy their seat for $50 per ticket. Courtside Cougars will have until Monday 5:00 pm MDT to purchase their reserved tickets.
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