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FSU establishes flex packs for 2020 season

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Florida State season-ticket holders will be able to watch the Seminoles in 2020. The athletics department and Seminole Boosters, Inc., have agreed to a 25-percent capacity as part of social-distancing guidelines as well as a pair of three-game flex packs.

Pack 1 is Georgia Tech (Sept. 12), North Carolina (Oct. 17) and Virginia (Nov. 28).

Pack 2 is Samford (Sept. 19), Pittsburgh (Nov. 7) and Clemson (Nov. 21).

Each pack is $225 for the main stands and $750 for the Dunlap Champions Club. Tier 1 donors will be eligible to purchase both three-game packs. Tier 2, 3 and 4 donors can purchase one three-game pack in priority order.

Note some Tier 2 donors in the main bowl may be eligible to purchase both tiers (based on years owning season tickets or priority points). In the Champions Club, only Tier 1 ticket holders can select both packages.

Any season ticket revenue already paid can be used as a credit during the seat/package selection process, which will take place from Aug. 17-Sept. 1. More information will be sent via e-mail to ticket-holders next week. Selection will be based on FSU’s priority system.

It is not yet clear if tailgating will be an option for 2020.

FSU athletics and the boosters have encouraged fans who don’t wish to attend games in 2020 to convert their donation and ticket purchase to a full donation that may be tax-deductible.

“Due to the ongoing effects of the Coronavirus Pandemic, our 20-sport program is being presented with financial challenges unlike we have seen in recent memory,” FSU athletics and boosters write in FAQs on Seminoles.com. “If we are asked to refund a significant amount of donations and ticket purchases, there is the potential based on the outcome of our fall seasons that we will face the possibility of falling significantly short of meeting our funding requirements. Through these challenging days ahead, we will continue our work of providing the necessary resources to support the academic, athletic, and personal development of Florida State student-athletes and the competitive success of Seminole athletics.”

If fans choose to not attend games in 2020, their ticket and parking locations will be carried forward to 2021. Below are four options for those who do not wish to attend games in 2020.

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