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June 2, 2008

Albany -- There's only three more home games for the South Georgia Wildcats this season, and team leaders hope to fill all the seats.

The Wildcats are pushing a new Family 4-pack promotion. That means football fans can get four $20 tickets for the price of two.

The team has high expectations this season and want fans to pack the Civic Center.

"Three more opportunities for fans to check this team out and for us to get people in the seats and we're making a playoff push. I feel pretty good we'll be in the playoffs. Hopefully we can get a home game or two but this is kind of one of those promotions to end the season," said Wildcats General Manager Darren McPhail.

You can't get the special deal on game day, but you can purchase the tickets Monday through Friday at the Civic Center box office.

The Wildcats will face the Daytona Beach Thunderbirds at 7:30 Saturday night.

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