| FTBL Rutgers football tickets. At Costco?

OldPlayer

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Dayum! It's TWO lower level SIDELINE tickets for $99.99
It’s Rutgers. Watching Michigan trounce Rutgers isn’t appealing to me.

Georgia Tech has cheap season tickets, too. When the UGA-Tech game is at GATech, Georgia fans buys Tech season tickets, then sells all tickets week-by-week, recoups their cost and basically gets paid to attend the UGA-Tech game.
 

50+yeartidefan

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It’s Rutgers. Watching Michigan trounce Rutgers isn’t appealing to me.

Georgia Tech has cheap season tickets, too. When the UGA-Tech game is at GATech, Georgia fans buys Tech season tickets, then sells all tickets week-by-week, recoups their cost and basically gets paid to attend the UGA-Tech game.
bama vs vandy at nashville same-o....
Helps vandy sell out....can buy the other vandy tickets for little of nothing for some games...
 

TerryP

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SC game hens also selling tickets at Costco. It just means more. Lol

Where did you see that? I was at Costco yesterday in West Ashley—practically every isle—and didn't see tickets. In Cola I assume?





After Louisville jumped into the mix in early July, starting to sell ticket packages and Costco’s around the state, the Gamecocks have followed suit. We’ve seen college programs around the country look for different ways sell to sell tickets and a few schools have found an innovative way. If you have a family strolling through the cereal section and come across an advertisement for Gamecock football, they might jump at the chance to buy up a pair.

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We are looking at a growing problem with a number of teams around the country where the non-conference game is not going to sell as well as a conference game. We’re also seeing that fans don’t want to waste money to travel to as many games now than they once did. I noticed numerous times last season where even schools like Alabama, Tennessee, Florida, Arkansas and others had a number of open seats, sometimes due to visitor allotments not being bought up.

This is where South Carolina has joined Louisville in using the retail giant to push tickets, hoping that the average family jumps at the opportunity to checkout a game for a low price. Included in the package you will get two parking passes, along with two all-you-can-eat concession vouchers, for a price around $89. Fans have to pick between five games to attend, which include Tennessee, Missouri and Texas A&M, along with two non-conference games.
 

XXL TideFan

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along with two all-you-can-eat concession vouchers, for a price around $89. Fans have to pick between five games to attend, which include Tennessee, Missouri and Texas A&M, along with two non-conference games.
One of the guys in our trio that went in ‘93 ate 12 hotdogs, 3 nachos and a half dozen sodas. Then made us run through the Taco Bell drive through on the way back to Boaz. That is a loss leader.
 

BamaFan334

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After Louisville jumped into the mix in early July, starting to sell ticket packages and Costco’s around the state, the Gamecocks have followed suit. We’ve seen college programs around the country look for different ways sell to sell tickets and a few schools have found an innovative way. If you have a family strolling through the cereal section and come across an advertisement for Gamecock football, they might jump at the chance to buy up a pair.

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We are looking at a growing problem with a number of teams around the country where the non-conference game is not going to sell as well as a conference game. We’re also seeing that fans don’t want to waste money to travel to as many games now than they once did. I noticed numerous times last season where even schools like Alabama, Tennessee, Florida, Arkansas and others had a number of open seats, sometimes due to visitor allotments not being bought up.

This is where South Carolina has joined Louisville in using the retail giant to push tickets, hoping that the average family jumps at the opportunity to checkout a game for a low price. Included in the package you will get two parking passes, along with two all-you-can-eat concession vouchers, for a price around $89. Fans have to pick between five games to attend, which include Tennessee, Missouri and Texas A&M, along with two non-conference games.

So these are not season tickets? These are just two tickets to one game? Either way it's a good deal with the all you can eat, but this makes it seem like all home games. Georgia coming to Columbia too.
 

252BAMA

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"According to one of Eisberg’s photos of the Gamecocks promotion, the tickets are valid for any regular-season home game — so Georgia State, Charlotte, South Carolina State, Texas A&M, Missouri and Tennessee — except for Georgia on September 17. Per Costco’s website, Rutgers’ blackout game for this deal is the Scarlet Knights’ home opener against FCS team Wagner, while the Cardinals and Bulldogs don’t seem to have any exempt games."

 

TerryP

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Sign in SC says, "2022 Regular Season Home Games". Which is the exact same wording as the Rutgers signs.
It looks like Rutgers is for one game. I thought, after seeing comments on the original Rutgers tweet, like the others in that thread that it was a season ticket package. Looking over Costco.com and the Rutgers offer it says "a select home game."

Begs the question on value, eh?

$99 for a Rutgers game vs $89 for a game like UofSC vs Tennessee?

Funny ... I wish I'd have read your post last night. I saw Scotty about an hour after you posted: could have asked him for more specific detail.
 

c5vetman

Extra Point Club
It’s Rutgers. Watching Michigan trounce Rutgers isn’t appealing to me.

Georgia Tech has cheap season tickets, too. When the UGA-Tech game is at GATech, Georgia fans buys Tech season tickets, then sells all tickets week-by-week, recoups their cost and basically gets paid to attend the UGA-Tech game.
a few years ago, Georgia Tech had a promotion that if you bought a Coke, you got a free football ticket... LOL
 
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