TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT) – Looking to attend an Alabama Football game this fall but thought the tickets were sold out? Good news Tide fans! The University of Alabama has announced that there are football tickets for select 2013 football home games set to be available starting on Thursday, August 1, at 8 a.m.
There are a limited amount of tickets for five games. Those games with multiple tickets available are Colorado State on September 21st, Georgia State on October 5th, and Chattanooga on November 23rd. There are also single, non-contiguous seats available for Ole Miss on Sept. 28th and Arkansas on Oct. 19th.
The tickets were made available from unsold allotments returned by visiting teams.
As for the costs, tickets for the Colorado State, Georgia State and Chattanooga games can be purchased at the cost of $55 each. Tickets for the Mississippi and Arkansas games can be purchased at the cost of $75 each.
There are also tickets available for individual seats located in the South End Zone Field Suite area for all five games.
For more information on Field Suite ticket availability call 205-348-2262.
And for tickets fans may order tickets HERE
Or call (205) 348-2262, or toll free at 1-877-TIDETIX (843-3849)
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