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UNC offers Olympic sports pass

Posted Sunday, July 10, 2005

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Chapel Hill, NC - The UNC Department of Athletics is offering fans the Olympic Sports Pass, which will grant admission to all men's soccer, women's soccer, women's basketball, men's lacrosse, and baseball regular season contests during the 2005-2006 academic year.

The season begins in September with Men's and Women's Soccer and goes all the way through May with the conclusion of the Baseball season.

The price of the pass is only $200 for adults and $100 for Students / Senior Citizens (55 and over). The amount of the pass is nearly half of the price of paying for each event on a game-by-game basis! The Olympic Sports Pass will give you access to over 65 UNC home games throughout the year without having to stand in line to purchase tickets.

For those who choose to purchase the Olympic Sport pass, all benefits that would normally be received from purchasing season tickets for the individual sport will be received along with sport schedules and seasonal updates as they become available.

For example, an Olympic Sport Pass holder would receive the benefits of purchasing a 2005-2006 Women's Basketball season ticket, such as a media guide, an invitation to special events throughout the year and admission to regular season home contests.

The Olympic Sports Pass can be obtained by clicking here and buying online, calling the UNC Athletic Ticket Office at 800-722-4335 or 919-962-2296 or by coming in person to the Athletic Ticket Office, located at the front of the Koury Natatorium adjacent to the Dean E. Smith Center between 8am and 5pm, Monday through Friday.

 
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