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Ole Miss Announces New Pavilion Pricing

The Pavilion at Ole Miss – Photo by: Paul Keelaghan

Those coming to The Pavilion at Ole Miss to watch Rebel Hoops this upcoming season will see a significant decrease in the cost of all concession stand items. Prices on food and beverages will be reduced as much as 50 percent from last season with the most expensive items costing only $6.

“We are constantly looking for ways to create a unique and family-friendly experience for Ole Miss fans,” said Michael Thompson, senior associate athletics director for communications and marketing at Ole Miss. “These affordable prices will allow more fans and families to experience The Pavilion and the excitement of Ole Miss Basketball without breaking the bank.”
All drinks and candy range from $2-$3, while the most expensive items are a cheeseburger basket and a sausage basket (both includes fries) for $6. Hot dogs and popcorn are $2 apiece, while the always popular Dippin’ Dots ice cream is just $3. If you’re in the mood for some southern flavor while watching the Rebels, a BBQ sandwich and BBQ nachos are only $5 each.
Season tickets for the 2017-18 Ole Miss men’s and women’s basketball seasons are now on sale. Fans can purchase tickets by visiting OleMissTix.com or by calling (662) 915-7167.

Courtesy of Ole Miss Sports
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