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$5 Tickets for Duke-UNC Women's Basketball Game

$5 Tickets for Duke-UNC Women's Basketball Game

Faculty and staff receive discount while supplies last

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Durham, NC - With the Duke women's basketball team concluding its regular season this weekend against rival University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, faculty and staff have an easy - and cheap - opportunity to cheer on the fifth-ranked team in the country.

As part of Employee Appreciation Night at Cameron Indoor Stadium, Duke employees are able to buy $5 reserved tickets for the Blue Devils' March 3 contest against the 16th-ranked Tar Heels. Tip-off is scheduled for 4 p.m.

Led by All-American Elizabeth Williams, Duke is 26-1 on the year and currently undefeated in the ACC.

The $5 reduced price on reserved tickets is 70 percent off the regular cost. Reserved tickets are for seated areas throughout Cameron Indoor Stadium.

Due to a limited number of reserved tickets, the discount will remain while supplies last and will not be available on game day. Duke typically has a sell-out crowd when hosting its annual game against UNC.

To purchase tickets, go to goduke.com/tickets and enter the promo code "BeatUNC" to receive the discount. Employees may also purchase discounted tickets at the Duke Athletics Ticket Office in Cameron Indoor Stadium with a valid DukeCard ID or by calling (919) 681-2583.

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