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Single-Game Tickets For Rebel Baseball Are Now On Sale

Feb. 9, 2018

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LAS VEGAS (UNLVRebels.com) - Single-game tickets for the 2018 UNLV baseball season are now on sale at UNLVTickets.com or by calling 702-739-FANS (3267). Season tickets are also available for purchase.

The Scarlet & Gray will play 30 home games at Earl E. Wilson Stadium, beginning with next weekend's Marucci Desert Classic (February 16-18). The Rebels open the 2018 campaign on Friday, February 16 (6:05 pm) against Indiana State. UNLV will also face Oregon (Saturday/6:05 pm) and Loyola Marymount (Sunday/3:05 pm) during its home- and season-opening weekend. Additionally, UNLV will host Indiana State on February 19 (12:05 pm).

 

 

The Rebels' schedule is front-loaded with 15 of their first 18 games played at home. Following the Marucci Desert Classic, UNLV will host Columbia in a four-game series (February 23-25) as well as three-game sets versus Fresno State (March 2-4) and Iowa (March 9-11) and a single affair against Utah (March 12).

The remainder of the home slate will see stops in Las Vegas from San Diego State (March 23-25), Arizona State (April 10), Air Force (April 13-15), Portland (April 17-18), San Jose State (May 4-6) and UNR (May 11-13).

Fans can buy single-game tickets online and in-advance for only $5; however, they must be purchased through UNLVTickets.com three hours prior to first pitch. Single-game tickets are priced at $8 for adults, $6 for senior/faculty/staff and $4 for groups of 15 or more. As always, UNLV students (with Rebel Card) and kids 12 and under are always free.

Season tickets are $90 for adults (13 and older), while seniors (62-plus), faculty and staff, and alumni are $75.

MEET THE TEAM NIGHT: The Rebels will hold a Meet the Team Night and scrimmage Friday (tonight) at Earl E. Wilson Stadium. The free, interactive event begins at 5:00 pm with the scrimmage set for a 6:00 pm.

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