Tickets Available For Some Games
Alabama has three non-conference games and one Southeastern Conference game against teams that are not expected to provide much competition for a Crimson Tide team that has been picked to win the SEC championship and challenge for the national title. As is often the case, The University is making tickets to those games available to the public. Most Alabama tickets are sold as part of a donor package to Tide Pride, Zone, and Skybox patrons.
Bama announced Wednesday the sale of tickets to four home football games -- the September 3 season opener vs. Kent State, the September 17 game vs. North Texas, the October 8 clash with Vanderbilt and the November 19 home finale vs. Georgia Southern. Most of these remaining tickets are from sections not used by visiting teams. There is no limit on the number of tickets a person may purchase for any of these games.
Also available are individual seats located in the south end zone field suite area for the Kent State, Arkansas (September 24), Vanderbilt and Tennessee (October 22) games. The field suite is an upscale area of the stadium, which includes a food amenity. For more information on field suite ticket availability, please call 205-348-2262.
Fans are encouraged to order online to save on handling fees 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. CDT Monday through Friday. Extended phone hours are through 8 p.m. weekdays, and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays.
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