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Eight Reasons to Become a TSU Season Ticket Holder
Thursday, June 29, 2017
Eight Reasons to Become a TSU Season Ticket Holder
Season tickets go on sale July 3


1. Best Available Seats at the Best Price
Season ticket holders have the opportunity to purchase season tickets on the 50-yard line for only $70. Single game tickets for seats in that area range from $40-$50 per game.

2. Priority Seating
Season Ticket holders get first choice on seating at home games as well as preferred tickets for the classics.

3. Savings on Parking
Purchasing a season parking pass vs a single parking pass on game day can earn you a savings of $35. Parking in Lot C is reserved for season ticket holders that are members of the TSU Athletic Association (TSUAA) while season ticket holders also get priority parking in Lot A.

4. Avoid the Lines
TSU's busiest times of the year are during the weeks of Homecoming and the John Merritt Classic. Season ticket holders have the convenience and satisfaction of knowing that they do not have to wait in line to purchase single game tickets. You will already have your ticket, so that’s one less thing to worry about. Spend that extra time with your family or enjoying the great tailgating festivities on game day.

5. Discount on Basketball Season Tickets
TSU Football season ticket holders will receive a discount on basketball season tickets.


6. Four All-Americans and Six All-OVC Players Return for TSU
In 2017, the Tigers will be led by seven student-athletes who earned either All-America or All-OVC honors last season. Wide receiver Patrick Smith, defensive end Ebo Ogundeko, kicker Lane Clark and return specialist Chris Rowland earned All-OVC first team honors, while linebacker Chris Collins was named second team. Wide receiver Steven Newbold joined Rowland on the All-Newcomer squad. Clark, Ogundeko, Rowland and Newbold were also named All-Americans last season. 

7. Tigers Boast #1 HBCU Recruiting Class in the Nation
This marks the second consecutive year the Tigers have claimed the top spot, announced by BOXTOROW. After being named the top class in 2012 and 2013, which spawned NFL products Demetrius Rhaney and De’Ante ‘Pop’ Saunders, respectively, the Tigers fell to third in 2014 and eighth in 2015. From the signing class of 2016, 14 players made immediate contributions for the 7-4 Tigers, including STATS Freshman All-Americans and BOXTOROW All-Americans Steven Newbold and Chris Rowland.


8. The Baddest Band in the Land
The TSU Aristocrat of Bands (AOB) puts on a show during halftime of every TSU home game. The nationally recognized band has had the opportunity to play at the White House, Final Four, NFL games and more. You do not want to miss any of this year's performances.



Those interested in renewing or ordering season tickets have three ways to purchase.
1) Visit the TSU Ticket Office on the main campus
2) Call the TSU Ticket Office and order over the phone
3) Mail in the order form or brochure (Found on