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Road games will be available exclusively on pay-per-view

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For the first time since the University of Hawaii initiated its pay-per-view package eight years ago, all the Warriors’ road football games will be exclusively available on pay-per-view this season, a spokesman said.

The six-game pay-per-view package will be offered at a special $99 rate to season-ticket holders to induce season sales — a saving of "more than $200" according to UH — which will announce other PPV rates shortly in conjunction with its partners, Oceanic Time Warner and KFVE.

In addition, season-ticket purchasers will be offered Oceanic Time Warner’s 13-channel Digital Sports Pak for free until Dec. 31, UH said.

UH’s seven-game home seating package will include Southern California and Nevada.

Season-ticket prices vary from $60 to $145, depending upon location, plus premium fees in some areas. The $60 seats are youth price, with $70-$87 for senior citizens.

Approximately 28,500 of Aloha Stadium’s 50,000 seats carry a mandatory premium seat contribution.

Season tickets are available online at hawaiiathletics.com or by visiting the Stan Sheriff Center box office Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. or by calling 944-2697 during the same hours.

Meanwhile, tickets for the 2010 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl go on sale tomorrow at Aloha Stadium and the Stan Sheriff Center box office or by calling 548-BOWL (2695).

Tickets are priced from $10 to $45.

If the Warriors win at least seven of their 13 games, they will represent the Western Athletic Conference in the Dec. 24 game against a team from Conference USA.

Game time is 3 p.m.

 

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