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Don’t miss athletics discounts: 2012-2013 Faculty and Staff Appreciation Days

AthleticsFacultyStaffDiscountsEach year UCLA Athletics likes to thank the staff and faculty with both discounted season tickets and special deals for certain games. If you’re thinking of attending a football, basketball or soccer game this year, make sure to check below and plan accordingly.

Football:

The first Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day of the 2012-2013 football season will be the Nov. 3 game against Arizona. Current faculty and staff members can purchase up to four discounted tickets each — $10 for general admission, $20 for reserved seats.

Since just one game might not satisfy the athletic appetites of Bruin football fans, staff and faculty also have the option of purchasing season tickets at a 20% discount. 

Basketball:

The Faculty and Staff Appreciation Days haven’t been selected yet for men’s basketball, but for those interested in season tickets there are several sections in the newly renovated Pauley Pavilion that are being set aside just for UCLA’s hard-working employees.
 
Sections 117, 118, or 119 for $898 seat / required donation is waived (limit 2)
Sections 219A, 219B, or 219C for $499 seat (20% discount off $624 regular price, limit 4)
See a map here.

And don’t forget that for just $79, faculty and staff can purchase reserved floor level seats for the entire 2012-2013 season of women’s basketball. 
 
Other:

Additionally, there are three upcoming games where staff and faculty members can receive up to four free admissions: Oct. 26, women’s soccer vs. Cal; Nov. 1, men’s soccer vs. Stanford; and Nov. 16, Women’s volleyball vs. Stanford. 

There’s no need to RSVP for the above three games — just bring your guests, if you are including some,  and your Bruincard (or paycheck stub) to the main gate.

More Staff and Faculty Appreciation Days will be announced as the year continues, so make sure to check the UCLA Athletics faculty and staff discounts page for all of the information (including times and locations for the above games).