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Taking guests to football games

BonaldBonald Registered User Posts: 65 Junior Member
edited October 2012 in Florida State University
My son is a junior at FSU. My daughter, who is in high school, would really like to visit him and attend the FSU-UF game over Thanksgiving weekend. Does anybody know the details about taking non-student guests to games, especially big games like this? It would be great if he could get a student ticket from a friend who won't be in town for the game, but I don't know if that is allowed. Thanks!
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Replies to: Taking guests to football games

  • TallalassieTallalassie - Posts: 538 Member
    Everyone wants tickets for the FSU-UF games. Your son may or not be able to purchase a student guest ticket for his sister. I just ordered my student ticket for the Clemson game which is also a high ticket demand ticket. My student ticket was no charge; additional student guest tickets for Clemson game were $70 each with limit of 2 guest tickets. Students use their FSU Card id's for admission at gate--the guest ticket is delivered by email and then printed on paper to use at stadium gate. Less crowded games guest tickets are usually cheaper.
  • BonaldBonald Registered User Posts: 65 Junior Member
    Thank you, Tallalassie!
  • PasbalPasbal Registered User Posts: 2,000 Senior Member
    The "saving grace" so to speak with the UF game is that it's on Thanksgiving weekend, so a lot of students may not be in town to go, which could help in allowing more guest tickets to be purchased.

    Be prepared though to pay likely $75+. Given that Clemson is $70, and I would expect UF tickets to cost more that, I think that tickets will most likely end up at least that much.

    Student tickets this year are all on FSUCard magstrips, which means that in order to use a friend's ticket, you'd have to have their ID.
  • papertiger87papertiger87 Registered User Posts: 681 Member
    There will not be any guest tickets available for the FSU/UF game and it's stated on our ticket site.


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  • papertiger87papertiger87 Registered User Posts: 681 Member
    Can't edit on app but here's more info from website:
    Q: Can I purchase guest tickets?
    Yes, students can purchase up to two (2) guest tickets for most games. Guest tickets will not be available for purchase for the Florida game.

    http://www.seminoles.com/tickets/fsu-football-student-info-faq.html


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  • SunshinestatemomSunshinestatemom Registered User Posts: 142 Junior Member
    Do many students stay on campus for Thanksgiving? Specifically, in Landis.
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