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Discussion in 'Football' started by TruClone, Feb 14, 2014.
Just renewed my tickets.
First time buyer since I graduated... Any advice? I've only donated $100 so far. Not sure how much I have to donate to get good seats and paved parking. Plan on donating more, but not sure when I have to have my donation in to get a decent assignment.
I think it took at least a $500 Cyclone club donation to get on the paved lots last year.
If the threads from last fall were any indication, there should be plenty of time to get tickets. Personally, I think the folks that said they wouldn't renew are full of crap.
I think you have to be a $500 donor to get a paved lot now. I have donated $100 the past few years (did the 110% last year, so $110) and am wondering if I need to bump up to States to make sure I get a G7 spot. Anyone else in this position? We are in debt snowball mode right now getting rid of student loans, so trying to spend as little as possible.
You need at least $500 to get paved I think.
I really do think the earlier you renew, the better chance of getting your parking preference. If you don't want parking $100 would be the minimum for donation for donor seats. You can get endzone seats without a donation along with other sections on the sides.
If you got in G7 last year, you might be ok. New ticket holders only donating $100 should be the ones that need to be worried about getting a G7 spot in my opinion. Wasn't G7 sold out last year?
Maybe I'm misunderstanding what you're saying, but $100 is the minimum donation, not $250.
Excited to see the early stages of Mangino's version of ISU football.
Parking is based on donor level and priority points: Priority Parking - Iowa State University Athletics Official Web Site - www.CYCLONES.com - The home of Iowa State Cyclone Sports
IMHO, the 110% can be a big help, they're giving out bonus points this year (not sure if they did it before) for going 110% or All In (going to the next level).
Yea, I think with my consecutive season ticket purchase priority points and and doing 110% again, I should be okay.
You are correct, will edit my post.
$100 will not give you a paved lot. I am at the Cardinal Level, been donating for 4 years now, and was placed in G6 last year. Wasn't happy about the placement at first (coming from A2-paved), but now we really like our lot. Lots of space to spread out all the tailgate toys.
I would recommend giving %110 or ALL-In donations to get priority points. This will help with your seats, as well as your parking requests.
I renewed today, and cant wait for the season to begin!!! #cyclONEnation
What do they call it if you jump 2 donation levels?
Well, i think most complaints were in regards to the Messingham era on offense... then we went out and hired Mangino, so id bet a lot of those who said they wouldnt renew have been placated.
I have not received any thing in my email or the mail to this point asking me to renew my tickets yet.
I believe that falls under the "Hitting 'em coming off the bus" promotion.
As for parking.... going to get to the point where youre going to need $1000 just to get into any of the paved lots before too long. Been in S4 for years with some others tailgating.. some that were gold lost their parking spots last year, and the others were told they'd likely lose their spot in that lot this year if they didnt upgrade to captains.
And with the new endzone project likely to at least cut out S2-S3, thats that much more paved lot going away which will push on the northern lots in the coming years.
Now you have your notice. Get it done.