UK returns 2,060 tickets for Louisville game

Kentucky has returned more than 2,000 tickets from its allotment for the Governor’s Cup game at Louisville on Sept. 2.

A release sent out by Louisville on Tuesday morning said those tickets go on sale Wednesday morning to the Cardinal season ticket holders only.

“The single-game tickets are from the 2,060 returned last week by Kentucky from their fan allotment of 5,500 for the game,” the release detailed.

The tickets will be made available to Louisville season ticket holders for $50 each with a maximum of four tickets per account. They can be purchased at Cardinal ticket offices. No phone orders will be accepted, the release said.

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6 Responses to UK returns 2,060 tickets for Louisville game

  1. Tom says:

    Maybe Mitch can rent out Commonwealth for monster truck shows. Is the inability to use our allotment of tickets is a sign fans are saving up to see Cal’s traveling all stars in Brooklyn

  2. tafugate says:

    oh ye of little faith. (8

  3. Glenn says:

    And what does UK and Joker expect? What took Brooks years to build is being destroyed in less than 3 years? Go Figure!

  4. DHagy says:

    Are you listening Barnhart?

  5. Steve Back says:

    ROTFFLMFAO!!!! I thought Yew Kay had a LARGE following in The ‘Ville ????

  6. KY40 says:

    Instead of a picture of UK fans tearing down a goal post, you should have a picture of a fan yawning.