UCLA football tix on sale

2010 Football single-game tickets are on sale Tuesday to the general public (excluding USC). Tickets start at just $19. The 2010 home schedule features five opponents who participated in bowl games last season (Stanford, Houston, Arizona, Oregon State and USC).

The rivalry game versus the Trojans on December 4th at the Rose Bowl is only available as part of a season ticket package.

To receive the best single-game seats, order online beginning Tuesday or call (310) UCLA-WIN!

For an updated 2010 UCLA Football schedule, click here.

Get the best seats in the house to all six home games, including USC, with a season ticket. To order a season ticket package, click here.

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  • ABC

    What the hell is wrong with UCLA? If a bruin fan is not a season ticket holder he/she can not go 2 the game. Why does UCLA give suc 30,000 tickets? I know plenty of bruin fans that would go if they did not have 2 buy season tickets. I’m sick of seeing the end zones all ketchup and mustard.

  • Anonymous

    tell you friends to quick being cheapskates and get season tickets then.

  • Slippery Pete

    ABC, tell the Bruin Fans you know to suck it up and come out and root for the Bruins at all the home games. Those count too. UCLA sells 30K plus tickets to USC because they will buy them and they buy a lot of tickets between the goal lines too. Bruins want a home field advantage, then they need to buy tickets and show up to every home game.

  • Texas Bruin

    Any info on when/where to get tickets for away games (specifically, UCLA-Texas on Sep 25)?

  • MaltBaa

    jon if your in the daily news office today roll over to the LNR center on the burbank side, we are having free in n out day.

  • 601 Bruin

    Dear UCLA athletic department: it’s not just cheapskates who don’t buy season tickets. I am a Bruin who lives out of state. Buying season tickets for me is silly (I can’t get to the games).
    I will most likely end up paying 2X face value to buy tickets from someone on StubHub. I’d much rather pay UCLA the same amount that I pay the scalpers!

    No wonder the State of California is bankrupt.