November 19, 2010 - by
FSU/UF Hoops Tickets On Sale

Nov. 19, 2010




TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (seminoles.com) –
Single game tickets for the Florida State men’s basketball game against Florida on Nov. 28 at the Donald L. Tucker Center will go on sale online at seminoles.com beginning Nov. 19 at 6:00 p.m. The Seminole ticket office will then begin taking phone orders at 888-FSU-NOLE and walk-up orders at the Seminole Ticket Office in University Center C on the Florida State campus beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Nov. 22.

Tickets are priced at $18 for adults and $9 for youth (18 and under) for upper level sideline tickets and $9 for upper level behind the basket tickets. All single game tickets being made available are located in the upper level of the arena.

Florida State is currently 4-0 with one game against Mercer at home on Nov. 23 remaining before the Seminoles play host to the Gators. The Seminoles are led by Wooden and Naismith All-American and Player of the Year candidate Chris Singleton, who currently averages a double double of 19.3 points and 10.3 rebounds per game. He recorded a triple double of 22 points, 11 rebounds and 10 steals in Florida State’s victory over UNC Greensboro on Nov. 14. It was the first triple double in ACC history with points, rebounds and steals.

By purchasing tickets to the Seminoles’ game against Florida through the “Power Pack” promotion, fans will be ensured great seats for not only Florida State’s game against Florida, but also for games against defending national champion Duke (Jan. 12) as well as top 10 ranked Ohio State (Nov. 30) and North Carolina (March 2).

By purchasing the “Power Pack” which includes Florida, Ohio State, Duke, North Carolina, Wake Forest (Feb. 1) and Virginia (Feb. 12), fans can save approximately 10 percent off the single game ticket price. By purchasing the “Power Pack” now, fans can choose their seats and have them for each of the power packed contests at the Donald L. Tucker Center as the Seminoles work to play in their school record tying third consecutive NCAA Tournament.

The Department of Athletics at Florida State is partnering with Goodwill Industries in the “Erase the Orange” campaign leading up to the Seminoles’ game against Florida. All Seminole fans are encouraged to donate an article of clothing that is the color orange – the color of the Seminoles’ biggest rivals.

All fans who donate an item that is orange in color will receive a ticket to an upcoming Seminole men’s basketball game.

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