Oct. 17, 2012
Bruin fans can get two free tickets to the UCLA women's basketball team's season-opener against San Diego State on Nov. 10 (7:00 p.m. tip-off) by wearing the "Bruindana" to new Pauley Pavilion as the Bruins usher in a new season in their newly renovated home. It is your first opportunity to see the new-look Bruins in new Pauley Pavilion!
There are five ways that fans can get their hands on a "Bruindana." The first is to become a UCLA women's basketball season ticket holder! One "Bruindana" will be mailed out with each adult season ticket purchased. To learn more about ticket options or to purchase your season tickets, click here.
The second way is to find the team and coaching staff at the UCLA football game at the Rose Bowl vs. Arizona on Nov. 3. The UCLA women's basketball team will have a tent in the Fan Zone and on the concourse.
The third way is to sign up for and take part in this weekend's Dribble for the Cure. All adult participants will receive one "Bruindana" in their participant bag. For more information on the Dribble for the Cure event click here.
The fourth option is to follow Head Coach Cori Close on Twitter. Coach Close will be tweeting her cardboard cutout's location from time to time around Los Angeles and will pass out Bruindana's at each spot. To follow Coach Close on Twitter, click here.
The final way to get your hands on this fun and unique way to show your Bruin pride is by simply signing up for one on the "Get Close. Go Bruins!" campaign page by clicking here. Your name, along with two free tickets to the Nov. 10 season opener against San Diego State and your free "Bruindana," will be left at the will call window on the northwest entrance of Pauley Pavilion.