Alabama football: single-game tickets available

Here is the official release from UA:

SINGLE-GAME FOOTBALL TICKETS AVAILABLE
TUSCALOOSA – The University of Alabama announces the public sale of football tickets to the San Jose State game slated for September 4 and the Georgia State game slated for November 18. Tickets for both games were made available from sections not utilized by visiting teams.

The San Jose State game tickets can be purchased at the cost of $55 each with a limit of 2 tickets per order. The Georgia State game tickets are available for $45 and there is no limit on the amount of tickets that may be purchased per order.

Also available are individual seats located in the South End Zone Field Suite area for the Ole Miss (October 16), Mississippi State (Nov. 13), and Georgia State (Nov. 18) games. The Field Suite is an upscale area of the stadium, which includes a food amenity. For more information on Field Suite ticket availability call 205-348-2262.

Regular tickets for San Jose State and Georgia State may be ordered online at www.rolltide.com. Fans may also call 205-348-BAMA (2262), or toll free at 1-877-TIDETIX. The Athletic Ticket Office in Coleman Coliseum is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Extended phone hours are through 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays.

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  1. 1
    ITK

    Let me reiterate something before the ignorant come on here and make themselves look stupid:

    “Tickets for both games were made available from sections not utilized by visiting teams.”

    Not the same as having season tickets still for sale at face value a month before kick-off.

  2. 2
    BamaBrando

    They don’t take their football seriously down at the cow college. They are too busy hating Bama and rolling trees.

  3. 3
    NFL Tickets

    Football is the all time favorite sport in Europe. Its fans don’t just enjoy a watching a football game on television every now and then. A true football fan watches every single game of the season on a monster-sized large screen TV.

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