TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Seminoles.com) – With exciting prospects ahead for the 2014-15 FSU Women’s Basketball season that begins in just over two weeks, a variety of ticket plans are now on sale to cater to every Seminole sports fan.
Basketball fans can now order single-game and group tickets, or can take advantage of the cost-friendly three-pack plan that allows you to choose any three games for just $9. Purchasing tickets is once again an easy process by logging onto the Seminoles.com tickets page or by calling 1-888-FSU-NOLE (378-6653).
“I think our fans are going to be watching an exciting brand of basketball this season,” FSU head coach Sue Semrau said. “There should be a lot of value in their ticket. The support of our fans is always so crucial to us, and we hope to see many of our great fans packing our renovated arena that has gone through an incredible transformation this offseason. For an FSU Women’s Basketball fan, there is a lot to look forward to in 2014-15.”
Season tickets are also still on sale at $50 for adults and $25 for youth and seniors. The fan-friendly family pack deal is also available with two adult season tickets and two youth season tickets for just $99 altogether.
Single-game tickets are just $6 for adults and $4 for youth and seniors. Florida State’s season opener on Friday, Nov. 14, at 7 p.m. against UAB is $2 Tip-off Night, with all tickets costing just two bucks for the team’s first game in the heavily revamped Donald L. Tucker Center. The first game is also The United Way 3K Drive going toward a great cause if FSU can top the 3,000-attendance mark.
Group tickets are available for all 14 of Florida State Women’s Basketball’s home games and cost just $3. Bringing several families, friends, co-workers, etc. is a great way to ensure a fun time for all at an extremely affordable rate.
Another great option for basketball fans is the three-game pack that is not limited to certain games, but open for any three games of your choice. The Seminoles host a variety of quality teams in 2014-15 – rival Florida (Dec. 7), Duke (Jan. 11), Louisville (Jan. 22), Syracuse (Feb. 2), Miami (Feb. 8) and NC State (Feb. 26). Duke (No. 7), Louisville (No. 16) and Syracuse (No. 21) were all featured in ESPNW’s offseason rankings.
More great ticket promotions await every Seminole Women’s Basketball fan this season. FSU’s second game of the season against Bethune-Cookman on Tuesday, Nov. 18, is a special 11 a.m. tip-off on “Field Trip Day,” with free admission to participating schools. On Dec. 29 against Jacksonville, fans can participate in the Ugly Sweater Cam and take part in a contest on the court, and tickets to the game are buy one, get one free.
There are several other entertaining promotions that can be found here.
All 14 of FSU’s home games will be televised or streamed on either an ESPN platform or through a regional sports network. The Noles will have 12 ESPN3 games in Tallahassee, and also host Duke and Syracuse in regionally televised matchups that will air on several networks in Sun Sports/FOX Sports Florida.
Altogether, 19 of FSU’s 30 regular-season games will be televised and/or streamed.
The Seminoles bring a very athletic squad to the forefront and are expected to push the tempo to make for some very exciting basketball. Three starters return in sophomore guard Brittany Brown, who is the ACC’s returning leader in steals, sophomore forward Ivey Slaughter and its top long-range threat in redshirt junior guard Morgan Jones.
The gameday experience only gets better with the immense improvements to the Donald L. Tucker Center. Fans will take notice of the brand new, center-hung high definition jumbotron, spacious and padded garnet-color seats as well as the new video displays that surround the entire interior of the arena.
Prior to FSU’s season opener against UAB on Nov. 14, fans can watch the Noles for free in the team’s lone exhibition of the preseason against Faulkner on Sunday, Nov. 9, at 2 p.m.