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Single-Game Tickets Go on Sale Saturday

February 14, 2013 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - New England Revolution News Release

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Single-game tickets to 2013 New England Revolution matches will go on sale Saturday, February 16, at 10 a.m., through all Ticketmaster outlets. Individual tickets purchased in advance start at $24 for bowl seating. The Revs will play 17 regular-season MLS games at Gillette Stadium this year, including their home opener on Saturday, March 23, against Sporting Kansas City. The home schedule also features the following highlights:

Visits from I-95 rivals Philadelphia Union (April 27 and Aug. 25), New York Red Bulls (May 11) and D.C. United (June 8 and Sept. 21);

The Chicago Fire's lone visit on Aug. 17;

Two-time defending MLS Cup champions LA Galaxy on June 2, in a game that will be televised nationally on NBC Sports Network;

Defending Supporters' Shield winner San Jose Earthquakes on July 6 in a game that will feature fireworks after the match; and

The Houston Dynamo's two visits on July 13 and Sept. 28. Additionally, three games will feature bobblehead giveaways at the gate. The featured players will be announced later this season.

Saturday, May 11 vs. New York Red Bulls

Saturday, June 8 vs. D.C. United

Sunday, Aug. 25 vs. Philadelphia Union Individual game ticket prices, when purchased in advance are:

Category 1 - $45

Category 2 - $35

Category 3 - $24

The Fort (supporters section): $23

Group discounts are available for parties of 20 or more. Tickets for premium seats, including the Presidents Club, Putnam Club and EMC2 Suites, are also available by calling the Revolution ticket office at 1-877-GET-REVS (877-438-7387).

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