Tickets for Troy's game against Mississippi State on Saturday are still available, however fans are encouraged to purchase their tickets soon as ticket sales have been brisk so far this week.
"We've been busy since we opened for business on Monday," Troy ticket manager Scott Smith said. "Our fans are excited about Mississippi State coming to Troy and you can tell by the amount of traffic we have had on the phone, in person and online."
Fans can purchase tickets for the game by calling 1-877-878-WINS, by visiting the Troy ticket office or by logging on to TroyTrojans.com. Tickets are $35 for reserved seats and $25 for general admission.
Troy University will enforce the Sun Belt Conference artificial noisemaker policy on Saturday. All bags brought into Veterans Memorial Stadium or subject to search. Fans in possession of an artificial noisemaker will have the opportunity to return it to their vehicle or have it confiscated.
Sun Belt Artificial Noisemaker Policy
For the purpose of this regulation, artificial noisemakers are defined as any item that interferes with the normal playing of the game or is disturbing to a significant group of persons who have purchased tickets. Artificial noisemakers (air horns, vuvuzelas, electronic amplifiers, whistles, cow bells, etc.) are not permissible in Sun Belt Conference arenas or stadiums - except as part of the official band. Home game management will remove such items immediately.
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