COLLEGE STATION, Tex. -- Registration for the 2019-20 official Kids' Club of Texas A&M Athletics, the Junior Aggie Club (JAC) presented by CHI St. Joseph Health, is now open for children 12 years of age and younger.
JAC members receive free admission to all regular season home athletic events for soccer, volleyball, women's basketball, softball and track & field. Additionally, members gain complimentary admission to Sunday baseball games and select non-conference men's basketball contests. Admission is subject to availability.
JAC members and their families will also be able to purchase half-priced single game tickets for the November 2 football game against UTSA as a membership benefit.
Along with free admission to numerous home athletic events, membership includes an official JAC swag bag full of goodies and exclusive members-only programming throughout the year.
Annual membership rates are $30 for the initial child or $25 current 12th Man Foundation members. Additional children on the same order are $20 each. Again this year, if you have a team or group of 12 or more children, you can register them all at once with a Group Membership for $20 each per child. Membership is valid until June 30, 2020.
For full JAC member benefits and to join today, visit www.JuniorAggieClub.com.
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