Loyola's 4-Game Mini Plan is a great deal

SALT LAKE CITY - MARCH 25: Jacob Pullen #0 of the Kansas State Wildcats celebrates after hitting a three-point shot against the Xavier Musketeers during the third round of the 2010 NCAA men s basketball tournament at the Energy Solutions Arena on March 25, 2010 in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)

I don't usually post here about ticket plans, because it's tough for me to evaluate them in general, but Loyola's 4-game mini plan that is on sale right now is an absolute steal. The Ramblers have a reasonable shot at being a pretty decent team this season and they're selling tickets to their three best games plus one more of your choice at the cost of $40 or $50. 

Those three best games are really good ones this season too. Loyola hosts national runner-up Butler as part of its Horizon League schedule, but Kansas State - an Elite 8 team - is also coming to town. The Wildcats are supposed to be very good again this season. 
Then you get the UIC game, a fun Chicago-based Horizon League rivalry game, and one more game of your choice. Personally, I'd recommend either the opening of the Loyola Classic against Eastern Kentucky or Wright State at the beginning of January.
If you've got December 1, December 11, January 22 and any other day on the Ramblers' schedule available, I'd recommend you grab this ticket package.

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