Nov. 17, 2005
While fans can still buy tickets to the ACC Championship Game through Ticketmaster, Florida State Athletics Ticket Manager Patrick Martin announced Thursday that very high demand means limits will be placed on the number of tickets Seminole Boosters may buy through the school.
“The response from Seminole Boosters has been overwhelming,” said Martin. “Our allotment of 10,000 tickets has been sold. We’ve worked with the Boosters to put in a few limits that will allow us to cover all the orders from qualified boosters.”
The limits were imposed after requests for Club level tickets far exceeded the supply. Seminole Boosters at the Silver Chief and above who met the November 7th order deadline will receive the number of Club tickets they requested up to the following limits: Double Golden Chief ($11,000 or more) 8, Golden Chief ($5,500-10,999) 6, and Silver Chief ($2,750-5,499) 4. If boosters at these levels ordered more club level tickets than limits allowed, the excess tickets were accommodated with seats in the lower level. In addition, requests for Club level tickets from all boosters below Silver Chief were converted to lower level requests.
The shift of Club level requests to lower level requests required that limits be placed on lower level tickets. Tomahawk level donors are limited to eight lower level seats and Warriors are limited to six. If boosters at these levels order more lower level tickets than limits allowed, the excess tickets were accommodated with seats in the upper level.
All ticket requests from Renegade level and below were accommodated with upper level tickets.
All fans should be aware that alcohol will not be served in Alltell Stadium, including in the Club seating, for the ACC Championship Game.
ACC Championship tickets from Florida State’s allotment are expected to be sent via second-day-air by November 25th.