For all big University Students with a Big Football team...
I go to Rutgers University. Ever since we won the Bowl last year, things have changed a lot. Last year we could have just walked right up to the ticket booth the day of the game and got a ticket. Now, we have to sign up online and put ur name into a raffle, so they pick random people who get tickets. I would like to know if any other schools are like this. Or if other big name schools have to just walk to the booth.
(Im doing this as a writing project for one of my classes. I have to find out if other schools are the same way.) If you do go to a big school or know anything about what Im talking about, it would be greatly appreciated to have ur responses. Thanks a lot.
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Here at UF, tickets are already sold out for the season. Even I, a student, cant get a ticket from the booth or online.
I can get them on the street though.
You have to pay for tickets as a student? I'm at Colorado State which isnt a big program but tickets are available on monday at the booth and they are gone by wednesday, Unless its a rivalry or ranked team then they are gone by tuesday.
UCF just opened their new stadium on campus, and I believe that all the tickets sold in a matter of days - but that was weeks ago (45,301 tickets sold). I also think they are sold out for the rest of the season - they only had a limited number of season passes to sell. I only know this because I work for the company that put up all the money to build that stadium and has naming rights to it (Bright House Networks - that's right, my company OWNS that stadium - too bad I can't get tickets or a discount on any of the events just yet)