Okay so I have graduated now and am looking at buying "real" season tickets. How is it normally done so that you and your buddies can still sit together? Do I need to call into the ticket office and request this manually? Would it be easier to just have one person buy all the tickets and then redistribute? I know this has to be done by others. TIA.
I sit with my girlfriend, one buddy and his fiance, and another buddy and his dad. 6 of us total, all side by side, under 3 different individual ticket purchases and donations.
What you do is when you donate, you get a Cyclone Club #. You get your buddy's # and request that your ticket purchases be located next to each other. This will be the third year we've done that, and haven't had any problems. We even moved from section M in 2009 to Section G last year.
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The one caveat is that you will all be seated according to the lowest donation/priority point level. So if you donate $1000 and your 3 buddies donate $500, $250 and $100, you would all be sitting in a $100 donation section. If you are all buying tickets seperately, you will all need to specify that you want to sit next to each other on your individual order forms. This info should all be on the NCC/ticket webpage.
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