How Much is the Young Adult Discount?

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  1. clone136

    clone136 Active Member

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    Was wondering how much off the tickets are with the young adult discount, I realize that a donation is required for the Gridiron Club. Thanks for the info!
     
  2. azepp

    azepp Well-Known Member

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    $225 vs. $375, I think. And you only need to donate to the Cyclone Club.
     
  3. clone136

    clone136 Active Member

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    Is it a one time donation or every yr when you renew?
     
  4. Me State

    Me State Well-Known Member

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    Every year and it's worth every penny. Just be warned that you will get hooked and when you turn 30 you will have to pay the full price. I reached that point this year.
     
  5. besserheimerphat

    besserheimerphat Well-Known Member

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    It's every year. There is no minimum donation level, it's just your age that qualifies you. It's good until the first season you are 30 years old.
     
  6. clone136

    clone136 Active Member

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    I thought there was a minimum 100 dollar donation?
     
  7. ianoconnor

    ianoconnor Well-Known Member

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    Yea, it's $100. That's the lowest level of Cyclone Club membership.

    It's totally worth it. When you sign up for a parking pass, be sure to mark down G7. That's where the party is at.
     
  8. besserheimerphat

    besserheimerphat Well-Known Member

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    What I meant was you only had to donate at the lowest possible donation level for Cyclone Club to be eligible. You don't have to donate at a higher level to get the discounted tickets.

    I'll again say that people should check with their employers to see if there is a gift matching program. At my company, they will match 80% of my donation so I'm able to be at a level higher than I otherwise could. I imagine it's mostly larger companies that do it as a tax benefit, but with all the insurance and banking in Des Moines I wouldn't be surprised if a lot of people were able to.
     
  9. cysqu1rr31

    cysqu1rr31 Member

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    I ended up donating $250 this year and my gf's dad signed up as well and I got a referral card from that so I get an extra $100 next year so I'll be in the next bracket then.
     

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