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Kimberly Cooper
Marketing Coordinator UH Dining Services

UH Dining Offering a Block Plan Flash Sale for Commuters

Houston, August 8, 2016 —University of Houston Dining Services is offering a block plan flash sale for commuter students Aug. 8-12.

The sale gives UH commuter students the opportunity to receive an additional $10 in Cougar Cash with any block plan purchase.

"We offer a variety of meal plans for commuter students and this flash sale provides an added perk," said Emily Fahner, UH Dining marketing manager.

Students can select from block plans such as the Shasta Pass Unlimited, Cougar Choice 225, Cougar Choice 150, Block 100 and Block 50. Cougar Cash plans are excluded from the flash sale.

"Each block plan features a set number of meals to use at our dining halls," said Fahner. "Students will also receive a set amount of Cougar Cash with their plan that can be used to purchase food options at other retail dining locations, food trucks and convenience stores on campus."

For more information about commuter block plans, visit

To purchase a block plan, visit under the cougar card icon.

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