Red Raider Basketball Tip-Off Honors Veterans

The Red Raider Men's Basketball Team will tip-off Friday night in honor of our veterans. The Red Raiders will face South Dakota at the United Spirit Arena. Tip-off is at 6 PM.

LUBBOCK, Texas – Coach Pat Knight and the Texas Tech Red Raiders tip-off the 2009-2010 season this Friday, November 13th against South Dakota at 6:00 pm at the United Spirit Arena. It's veteran, military personnel, and first responder appreciation night so come out and help Texas Tech Athletics honor these very special guests.

Season tickets are available starting as low as $149 for men's basketball and $129 for women's basketball.

If a fan's schedule does not allow for a full season ticket, Texas Tech Athletics has another exciting offer available. Red and Black packs are designed for faithful Red Raider fans who cannot commit to a full season ticket. Two packages are available at three pricing levels, depending on location. All of the packages include and highlight some of the best home games of the year.

Mini-packs start as low at $85.

In addition to the Red and Black packs, this season Tech Athletics is offering a new Family Plan that includes four general admission tickets to nine home games for $240.

Texas Tech Athletics also offers group tickets to men's and women's basketball. A Red Raider event is a great place to bring your group together, whether it's family, friends, co-workers, or your church group, reserving your seats takes only one phone call. Visit texastech.com for more information or contact Garrett Tressler at 742-1195.

Texastech.com has launched a promotions page on the website which highlights ticket offers, discounts, and group nights for all sports. For more information, logon to: http://www.texastech.com/marketing/promotions-calendar.html

To become a 2009-2010 season ticket holder or to purchase tickets for 18 Men's Basketball games at the United Spirit Arena, please call (888) GO-BIG-12 or (806) 742-TECH or stop by the Texas Tech Ticket Office in the north end of the Jones AT&T Stadium.



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