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Gamecock football ticket mini-plans announced

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COLUMBIA, SC (AP) -

Football ticket mini-plans for South Carolina football will go on sale starting July 28 exclusively to Gamecock Club members, University of South Carolina faculty and staff according to the Gamecocks' athletics ticket office.

Mini-plans, which will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis, will be on sale to the general public starting August 4.

Fans will have the choice of buying either three-game or four-game mini-plans this season. The three-game mini-plan costs $135 and will include tickets to the Furman (Oct. 18), Tennessee (Nov. 1) and South Alabama (Nov. 22) games.

The four-game plan will cost $225 and includes tickets to see East Carolina (Sept. 6), Missouri (Sept. 27), Furman, and Tennessee games.

Fans are only guaranteed tickets to either the Texas A&M game on August 28 or the Georgia game on Sept. 13 is by purchasing season tickets.

Here are the prices for single-game tickets for the seven home games at Williams-Brice Stadium: Texas A&M ($70), East Carolina ($50), Georgia ($75), Missouri ($70), Furman ($35), Tennessee ($70) and South Alabama ($30).

Any available tickets will go on sale to Gamecock Club members and University faculty and staff beginning August 11, and to the general public on August 18.

For more ticket information, including season tickets, visit GamecocksOnline/Football2014 or Call the South Carolina athletics ticks office at 803-777-4274 or 1-800-4SC-FANS (1-800-472-3267).

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