Florida State football season tickets went on sale to the public on Monday morning, and fans who aren’t booster members have the chance to pick up a limited number of tickets for one of the Seminoles’ seven home games in 2021.
Ticket prices vary widely depending on the opponent: Single-game tickets for FSU’s game against Jacksonville State on Sept. 11 and UMass on Oct. 23, begin at just $12 for youth and $20 for adults. Those are the lowest ticket prices among the home games. Single-game tickets for FSU’s opener vs. Notre Dame on Sept. 5 are as low as $90 but range up to $145.
FSU single-game tickets for matchups against Louisville, Syracuse and NC State ($15 youth, $30 and up for adults) are also available.
The ticket prices are comparable to those from recent FSU football seasons. Many of the lower-priced tickets are in rows 50 and above. Administrators within FSU athletics and Seminole Boosters, Inc., have in the past few years taken on the strategy of offering varying segments and creating smaller areas, FSU assistant AD for ticket operations Jack Chatham said. This offers some fans to purchase tickets at lower levels with a higher price tag as well as those looking for the cheapest ticket.
Single-game tickets for FSU’s final home game, against Miami on Nov. 13, range from $60-$75.
For more information or to buy tickets, go to Seminoles.com.