FSU Football Season Ticket Sales Drop, Projected Football Ticket Revenue Decreases $8 Million: Report
By Ira Schoffel – WarChant.com // July 4, 2019
23,758 Season Tickets sold from the 40,000 available seats
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA (WARCHANT.com) – Florida State’s football season ticket sales, which have been declining every year since 2014, have slid into a free fall this offseason and will cost the Seminoles’ fiscally challenged athletics department several million dollars.
According to numbers obtained by Warchant.com through a public records request, FSU is in danger of selling less than 25,000 of a possible 40,000 “main bowl” season tickets for the 2019 season. (Those numbers do not include tickets sold in suites or the Champions Club — although those numbers appear to be tracking downward as well.)
If FSU finishes with 25,000 or less as expected, that would mean a drop of more than 7,000 season tickets — more than 20 percent — from last season’s total, which already was the worst in several years.
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Selling season tickets is a grind right now for college football programs across the country. For Florida State in 2019, it’s much more difficult than most: https://t.co/ZTakpbv4Ad
— Ira Schoffel (@IraSchoffel) July 1, 2019
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