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The massive addition to the stadium is nearly doubling its capacity — from 16,000 to 30,000 seats — as the university takes the field for the first time as an NCAA Football Bowl Series (Division I-A) team.

STAFF REPORT

Tickets to Texas State’s highly anticipated debut in the Big Time go on sale Aug. 15 to the general public and two week earlier for students, Bobcat Club members and other bonafide fans. General admission football home game tickets range in price from $15 to $85 — the latter for a “sideline priority” ticket at the Texas Tech game on Sept. 6.

» See a full general admission ticket price list here.
» New rules and game day info available here.


Presale

Currently enrolled Texas State students can start buying tickets on Aug. 1.

You can pay $100 for a year’s membership in the Bobcat Club starting buying your tickets, too, on Aug. 1. The presale is also open to last year’s season ticketholders; current T-Association donors; football suite and club level tickholders; and corporate partners.

You can buy as many tickets as you want to any game except the home opener against Tech. There’s a limit of eight on those.

» Order tickets via BobcatReport.com online here.


Everyone else

The general public an buy tickets starting Aug. 15. Tickets can be bought online; by phone (512-245-2272) or at the main ticket office in the Darren Casey Athletic Administration Building at 700 Aquarena Springs Drive.

» Order tickets via BobcatReport.com online here.


Ticket giveaways

The athletics department is giving away one free ticket to the Texas Tech game to the first 4,758 students who show up for at Strahan Coliseum starting at noon on Friday, Aug. 24. You have to show a valid, current Texas State student ID.

If there are any free student tickets left over after Aug. 24, they will be distributed at two later events on campus. At 3 p.m., Aug. 29, only 250 students can claim free ticekts on the second floor of the LBJ Student Center near the food court. Starting at noon Aug. 30, another 250 tickets will be given away to students at Bobcat Stadium.

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2 thoughts on “Cheat Sheet: Scoring Texas State football tickets

  1. This is going to be a great event for Texas State and San Marcos. I’m definitely looking forward to the new facilities and the whole season. Not everyone gets to have FBS football in their back yard.

    The real cheat, is that you can get season tickets TODAY, for barely more than the price of the Tech game tickets. If I recall correctly, tickets to the Tech game are $65, and season tickets can be had for $80.

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