Reminder that single game tix, including ISU-Iowa, can be bought Tuesday-Thursday based on donor level. I'd urge everyone that is a donor to buy as many of the Iowa game tix as you can and then sell them to Cyclone fans - in stadium or hillside. Anyway, here is the info... Please read the important information below regarding the date & times in which you will be eligible to pre-purchase home football single game tickets before they go on-sale to the general public in mid-August. Directors, Victory & Captains Level Cyclone Club members may begin purchasing tickets on Tuesday, August 6 at 9:00am. Gold & Cardinal Level Cyclone Club members may begin purchasing tickets on Wednesday, August 7 at 9:00am. States & Century Level Cyclone Club members and non-donor season ticket holders may begin purchasing tickets on Thursday, August 8 at 9:00am. Home Football Games – Single Game Ticket Information for 2013: All tickets are based on availability and are first come, first serve according to the date and time you are eligible to purchase. Due to record season ticket sales, single game ticket availability is limited for all games. All ticket locations will be assigned at the time of purchase. Single game tickets will be available for pre-purchase online through Sunday, August 11. At the date and time you are eligible to purchase, please login to your account and click on the "Buy Packages/Tickets" link located in the Ticket and Plan Purchases section. ***Additional Information for Iowa State vs. Iowa Single Game Tickets*** Due to very limited availability, the following ticket quantities and additional guidelines have been established for the Iowa State vs. Iowa single game tickets: Directors & Victory Level Cyclone Club members may purchase up to four (4) tickets. Captains, Gold, Cardinal, States, & Century Level Cyclone Club members along with non-donor season ticketholders may purchase up to two (2) tickets. ONLY a limited number of hillside tickets and “single” reserved seats in the stadium will be available for the Iowa State vs. Iowa game. “Single” reserved seats are scattered across the stadium and are not located next to each other. All tickets are based on availability and are first come, first serve according to the date and time you are eligible to purchase.