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Not sure if you guys have seen this yet, but ticket reserves for next year's title game are up, and A&M's are only $60 right now, which is pretty low compared to some other (Bama is over $300). Might be worth a look:
So we pay now, get some kind of voucher, then get assigned a seat if we are in the NC? And if we don't make it, we get our money back?
No you don't get your money back if we don't make it from my understanding.
This post was edited by wmitchell 17 months ago
seems like its a $60 charge to reserve a face value ticket, then you pay face value too
Wow, this is an ingenius business idea if your money isn't returned.
Correct, a lot of the people out here do it (since bama has been in it so often). Here's a quick summary:
You reserve the right to purchase tickets for the BCS NCG at face value *****IF***** your team makes it.
You pay the non-refundable amount based on the final AP poll of the previous seasion (#5).
There is a marketplace, like eBay, where you can sell them at any point in time throughout the year until the NCG has chosen the teams.
If your team makes it, you buy the tickets at face value
For those of you, like myself, who wonder how they can make money off of this, you can choose more than one team, if you want to throw the dice (then resell the tickets to the fans at a premium).
I'm going to do it for us for sure, might pick up another team too (like OSU).
This post was edited by dmo2310 17 months ago
...who the heck seriously knows except God, and Sumlin. ~ Aggiemom6
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