Oct. 22, 2012
LONG BEACH, Calif. - A five-game mini plan is now on sale for Long Beach State men's basketball games that includes the 49ers Nov. 16 game against North Carolina. Fans can purchase a ticket to the LBSU-UNC game and pick four other games for $99.
Seats for the North Carolina game are in the concourse bleachers, while the other four games will be located in one of the family sections (105, 109, 113--Rows M-U). Fans purchasing the mini-plan can pick two premium games in addition to the North Carolina game. Premium games for the 2012-13 season include the Hawaii game on Jan. 12, the Cal State Fullerton game on Feb. 13 and the ESPN BracketBusters game on Feb. 23.
The 49ers home schedule consists of 14 games stretching from homecoming on Nov. 10 against North Alabama to the BracketBusters game. In addition to nine Big West Conference games, the 49ers also host Fresno State and BYU-Hawaii.
Tickets can be purchased on line at longbeachstate.com, or by calling the Long Beach State ticket office at 562-985-4949.
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