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Texas Tech Announces Fan Friendly Concession Prices

Texas Tech Athletics announces new “fan friendly” concession pricing along with beer sales for TTU home opener against K State on 1/5/19

The following is a press release from Texas Tech Athletics

LUBBOCK, Texas – Beginning Jan. 5 at the United Supermarkets Arena, guests attending Texas Tech Athletics home events will be able to take advantage of fan friendly pricing at the concession stands.  A total of six items will be available for $3 or less.

“We are excited to make attending a Red Raider & Lady Raider game more affordable for our fans,” said Director of Athletics Kirby Hocutt.  “Offering affordable concession items is an area we feel will enhance the game experience.”

Fans will be able to purchase a hot dog (previously $5), Nacho Grande (previously $8.50) and 46oz popcorn (previously $5) for $2 each.  In addition, 20oz bottled water (previously $4), 16oz soft drinks, and candy (previously $4) can be purchased for $3 per item.

In addition, all guests of the legal drinking age attending Red Raider and Lady Raider games in United Supermarkets Arena will be offered the opportunity to purchase a variety of beer and wine. Points of sales will be offered at all main concession stands as well as portable stations throughout the concourse.  Fans will still be able to enjoy Club Red located on the east concourse of United Supermarkets Arena. Furthermore, beer and wine will now be available for purchase at Rip Griffin Park and Jones AT&T Stadium.

The Red Raiders open their home Big 12 Conference schedule Saturday Jan. 5 at 1p.m. when they host Kansas State.  The Lady Raiders begin their conference home schedule on Sunday Jan. 6 versus Baylor at noon. Ticket information for Red Raider and Lady Raider Basketball is available by visiting texastech.com or calling 806-742-TECH.

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