March 27, 2014
DAVIS, Calif. - Five exciting football games at Aggie Stadium, including the Causeway Classic game against Sacramento State, highlight the season ticket packages going on sale April 2 for the 2014 UC Davis football season.
Promotional events are scheduled for each home game during the season. Education Appreciation Night is scheduled for the home-opener against Fort Lewis College on Sept. 7 while the Fifth Annual UC Davis Brewfest - one of the most popular pregame festivities each year - will take place on Sep. 27 when defending Big Sky champion Eastern Washington visits.
Montana State serves as the annual Homecoming opponent on Oct.11 while the Parents and Family Weekend and Salute to Heroes events take place on campus around the matchup against Northern Colorado on Nov. 1.
The 61st Causeway Classic against rival Sacramento State on Nov. 22 will feature pregame ceremonies that honor the Aggie seniors.
Season ticket sales begin at 10 a.m. on April 2 with prices starting at just $60 in the Family End Zone section. Reserved section seating located on the west side (pressbox side) of the stadium begins at $110. Premium Reserved seating in Sections 121-123 is available for $130 and requires a qualifying 2014-2015 TeamAGGIE Athletics Fund donation.
Season ticket holders will also have the first opportunity to purchase tickets in the UC Davis section at the season-opening game at Pac-12 champion Stanford on Aug. 30 as well as parking spaces in the fan favorite Aggie Tailgate Field in May.
Season tickets can be purchased online at the Ticket Central page found at www.ucdavisaggies.com or by calling the UC Davis Ticket Office at 530-752-AGS1 (2471).
Aggie football begins spring practice on April 1 and host the Spring Football Game on April 26. Admission to the scrimmage is free.
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