In case you didn’t see this Wednesday, the University of Denver has a new ticket policy that requires you to purchase tickets to two other DU games in order to get tickets to one night of the Denver-North Dakota series. Read the story here.
If you don’t want to buy the three-game pack, you do have a couple of other options.
No. 1 — Sometime today, go here, enter “northdakotaalumni” as the promo code. You can purchase single-game tickets from the UND allotment. According to UND, that deal will last until Friday.
No. 2 — You can purchase group tickets of 20-plus. If you don’t have a group that large, you can try selling to other UND fans via the SiouxSports.com ticket forum, which is here. If you go the group route, you won’t get discounted tickets for a group purchase (no discounts for UND or CC games).
One of the things I find interesting is that the UND games — not the CC games — are the most expensive tickets for Denver this season, according to Joe Paisley. Denver also isn’t doing the three-game pack thing for the CC games.
I wondered if the UND-Denver rivalry would take a hit with George Gwozdecky no longer behind the bench at DU. I guess this answers that question. Rivalry on.