Rutgers vs. Army Game

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA RUTGERS VS. ARMY TICKET SAVINGS

November 12, 2011

Tickets are only $20 plus fees after the discount is applied.

You save $15 off the advance ticket price on select seats when you purchase Rutgers vs. Army tickets using your special Boy Scouts of America offer code.

This Boy Scouts of America Ticket Special is for a limited time only and tickets are subject to availability. Not valid on previously purchased tickets. This offer is only available online or by calling Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000. There is a 14 ticket limit when purchasing via Ticketmaster.

For an individual to purchase 15 or more tickets together on behalf of a group, please request availability online or contact the Yankees Group Sales Department via email at groups@yankees.comor call (212) YANKEES.

Troops purchasing 15 or more tickets through the Yankees Group Sales Department will receive a commemorative patch from the game and a photo on the field prior to the game.  Tickets must be purchased prior to November 4th to receive the patch and photo opportunity. Photo opportunity may occur up to 5 hours prior to gates opening. Limited availability.

PROMO CODE: BSOA

*Patron w/ Disability: Your Wheelchair as Actual Seat, use offer code: WBSOA
*Patron w/ Disability: Transfer From Your Wheelchair to Aisle Seat, use offer code: TBSOA

Offer Expires: Nov. 12, 2011..

The November 12 game will mark Army’s second contest at the current Yankee Stadium, having played in the Stadium’s inaugural college football game on November 20, 2010, losing 27-3 to Notre Dame in the 50th all-time meeting between the programs. Army played 38 times at the original Yankee Stadium, compiling a combined mark of 14-19-5.

Rutgers University returns to the home of the Yankees for the first time since 1948. The Scarlet Knights played nine times at the original Yankee Stadium – all against New York University – going 1-7-1. The two schools played annually from 1926-33 and again in 1948.

Army and Rutgers have played each other 37 times, with Rutgers holding a 19-18 edge in the all-time series.

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