For any students out there that haven't purchased season football tickets yet, and I'm sure there are some out there, I would recommend getting on it as soon as you can. As a member of SALC that had to sell tickets ealier this year, we just got word from the athletic department that there are less than 700 season tickets remaining for students.
Despite contrary belief, there is actually a limit on the number of season football tickets the AD will sell. I would think that a decent ammount of the incoming freshman who didn't already get tickets during orientation would buy them during Destination Iowa State or the first week of classes. So if you're an older student that still wants to go to all the games (which you should), I would just order the tickets now and put the charge on your U-Bill so you don't get punked by some freshman. Hopefully with all these record ticket sales, the student section will surpass the rowdiness of last year
Last edited by BCoffClone125; 07-31-2012 at 05:21 PM.
Do you anticipate still having some left on friday august 17th? I'd rather not have to order them online and will be moving back to ames on the 16th.
I think you'd be okay. I would just say don't wait until after classes start or a few days before the first game, because I know plenty of people that have done that in past years. Is there a reason why you don't want to do it online though? I feel like it is much easier and convenient, and considering there are no more paper tickets for students, I don't see why anyone would have to order them in person. Unless you're paying by cash or check, but you can also put it on your U-Bill online if that's easier.
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