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Discussion in 'Football' started by BigJCy, Jun 28, 2019.
August 15th according to cyclones.com
Not sure why I’d go to the actual site when I have so a database of knowledge right here at cyclonefanatic
Cyclone members will get first dibs starting sometime the week of August 5th.
I don't think I've received any special information as a Cyclone Club member about "first dibs," just the August 15th date.
You haven't, look for communication to come out in the next week or so.
How is there not 25,000 student tickets sold every year. Dumb kids
When do student tickets go on sale? Many don’t buy until they get on campus in a few weeks.
Anyone have experience with the mobile pass season tickets? Is it easy to sell tickets for a game you can make it to?
Yeah, just look at how active my 2 year old was at the OU game last year.
She had a hillside seat but had no issues sitting with us for most games. We usually take her for a couple walks during the game, but she did just fine.
Pretty sure you don't find out what your actual seats are until 24 hours before entry when they email it to you each game. I don't think they're technically supposed to be sold but pretty sure you could just send someone a screenshot for a venmo payment. I could be wrong though.
You are not wrong. Screenshot ticket and send it to sell.
Is the Mobile Ticket for $199 the least expensive season ticket? Just curious if there is a less expensive paper ticket option? I checked the website, and it shows $225 corner seats, but I thought I saw a $175 option somewhere? Bad eyes?
Because we have more like 8000 ISU student tickets available. Those are necessary but low revenue tickets.
It's time to add a 3rd deck on the east side.. no student ticket limit Lol
What if they broadcast games onto TVs and you paid for the rights to access it. I bet they could makeomey that way.
Mobile Tickets are great. Easy to resell, did it once and I remember being able to forward them rather easily. Bought jr cyclone tickets for my now 8 year old daughter 3 years ago, figuring she would lose interest after a game or two but she hasn’t missed a game since. She thinks it’s normal to storm the field once or twice a year and loves it. We do walk around to the hillside, find shade on hot days or sit in the empty areas where we can move around.
That OU game was freaking hot! Don't blame her for being exhausted.