Rebumped. GO BRUINS. -N
UPDATE - 10/2. CTO has returned a part of its ticket allotment to Stanford. As of 4pm, the Stanford ticket office has a limited number of tickets in the UCLA section remaining, specifically in the upper rows of section 226. Reserved seats elsewhere in the stadium, as well as general admission tickets do remain, and will remain available tomorrow morning at the stadium box office.
Bumped. Note if you are looking to get tickets in the UCLA section make sure you contact CTO as well. Let's swarm the Farm with a sea of Bruin blue. GO BRUINS.
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For anybody thinking of making the trip to Palo Alto for Saturday's game that does not yet have tickets, Stanford does have tickets available for purchase online through this link.
General admission tickets are $12, while reserved tickets range from $20-$45 - UCLA section tickets (if available) are $20, and are located in the northeast corner of the stadium, between the GA section and the UCLA sideline. Tickets can be printed at home or picked up at will call day of game.
I don’t think the game will be a complete sell out (iirc, the Cal game 2 years ago is the only sellout at the new stadium), but between last night’s result and a greater excitement among Stanford fans this year, it could come close.