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Southern Miss Men’s Basketball Season Tickets on Sale August 1

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HATTIESBURG, Miss. – An exciting new way to purchase Southern Miss men's basketball season tickets will be unveiled Aug. 1, for new ticket holders when the department of athletics reveals its new online "Pick Your Own" seat function.

For the first time, beginning this Thursday, fans will have a chance to pick their own season ticket online at SouthernMissTickets.com. After logging in to their account, the easy step-by-step feature gives fans a seat map, complete with photos in each section which gives fan a general view from the seat selection that they pick. Please see below for step-by-step instructions to order tickets.

Any fan that purchases a chairback season ticket must be an Eagle Club Member, those that are not at the time of purchase will be contacted by an Eagle Club representative shortly after purchase.

For Golden Eagle fans already with season tickets, renewal invoices were mailed out earlier in the month.

The dates of the home schedule will be released later this summer, but season ticket prices for the upcoming season include:

Chairback (Section A-E)
Public - $225
Faculty/Staff - $180

Bleacher (Sections F-P. and T)
Public - $130
Senior - $99
Faculty/Staff - $99
Family Plan - $200 (includes 1 adult and 1 youth ticket)
Youth - $75

Courtside
Row 1 - $750
Row 2 - $500
Rows 3-5 - $225

For more information regarding upcoming men's basketball season tickets, fans are asked to call 1-800-844-TICK (8425) or go by the Pat Ferlise Center anytime Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m., until 5 p.m.

Steps to Purchase Season Tickets Online for Men's Basketball

Step One:  Log-in to your account (create a new account if you have never purchased tickets on-line through southernmisstickets.com)

Step Two:  Click "Men's Basketball" then click "Men's Basketball Season Ticket 2013-14"

Step Three:  Click on the Pop-Up "Let Me Pick My Seats"

Step Four:  Click on the Pop-Up "Use the Map"

Step Five:  Navigate through the map and pick your seats

Step Six:  Change the "Type" from the drop down box below the map to select different price types (All Chairbacks and Floor seating is one Price Type, the bleachers offer multiple price types)

Step Seven:  Click "Continue and proceed to check out.

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