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Anyone have the scoop on this?
Here's the story from our friends at the News Sentinel.
You can get Tennessee season football tickets without a donation t mind the climb. Hoping to win back fans after three consecutive losing seasons, Tennessee is offering a limited number of 2013 season tickets without the usual required donation.
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I looked into this and there is some, but none of them were seat I really wanted to invest in. Seats I liked the best werent available and the ones that I'd probably like pretty well all had donations attached to the tune of $500. In the past i've seen them asking $1500 so perhaps they've come down on some of the donations as well.
I'm inclined to go for the $500 donations for 3 seats, but that's stretching my pockets pretty thin if i can swing the $1500 in the first place.
This post was edited by Tithulta 16 months ago
I'm tempted to do this. Being a college student I can't afford the money to donate the 3000 dollars, so this does help me. However with the seats being upper deckers, I think I'll continue to go the single game ticket route and just get them for some of the games until I can afford season tickets.
"Give him six" "We don't give a damn about the whole state of Alabama" "Grit N Grind"
Yeah I checked on those too, there not really good seats. I'd love to be able to afford season tickets but the donation is a deal breaker.
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