Florida State fans looking to grab tickets to two or three games can begin to make their plans for the fall on Monday.
Fans can choose from two flex packages: a two-game pack that includes Notre Dame and any home game (aside from Miami) or a three-game pack that features Miami and two home games (aside from Notre Dame). Single-game tickets will be available to boosters on June 28 and the public on July 12.
FSU’s home games in 2021: Notre Dame (Sept. 5), Jacksonville State (Sept. 11), Louisville (Sept. 25), Syracuse (Oct. 2), UMass (Oct. 23), NC State (Nov. 6) and Miami (Nov. 13). The Syracuse game is family weekend, and the UMass game is homecoming.
A limited number of Champions Club seats are also available in three-game packages at $750 per seat. Boosters at Renegade level or above ($330 minimum contribution) can select Notre Dame or Miami plus two other games.
Seminole Boosters CEO Michael Alford said on Wednesday that FSU had sold about 25,600 season tickets, which is well ahead of pace compared to June 2020. Flex packs offer a more affordable way for fans to choose the games they want to attend.
Fans can buy tickets at seminoles.com or call 850-644-1830 starting Monday morning.