Frequently Asked Questions
Can I purchase tickets at the door?
Tickets will be available for purchase at the door. General Admission Tickets will be available for $60, and Big Supporter Tickets will be available for $100. Those current holding a General Admission Ticket wishing to upgrade to a Big Supporter Ticket on-site can do so for an additional $50.
What is the difference between General Admission and Big Supporter Tickets?
Big Supporter Tickets include an invitation to the Big Supporter Reception with Chancellor R. Rowen Loftin & Dr. Karin Loftin at 5 p.m. and a reserved seating during the Countdown to Kickoff program. Big Supporter Tickets also include all of the amenities included with a General Admission ticket.
How do I participate in Mobile Bidding?
When you register your mobile number at check-in: You will receive a text message with a link within 60 seconds of being checked in. Tap the link on your screen—it will open your browser and take you directly to the bidder interface. To verify your name, tap the Yes button. Search packages by number, keyword, or category and select your action (Details/Bid, etc.).You can bid the next increment, set a max bid, or “Watch” packages. If your max bid is the highest, the system will automatically bid in your favor until you are outbid or until the silent auction closes. If you are out-bid, you will receive an out-bid text message. To get back to the main screen, select the icon. To go to list of bids and open items you are currently winning, tap the My Bids button. Bid Helpers will also be available to assist guests with bidding.
Where can I park?
The primary parking lot is lot J, between Memorial Stadium & the Hearnes Center. Alternate parking lots include lots I & K. Reserved ADA Parking is available in Lot J. See below for a parking map.
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