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RE: Football Season Tickets
(03-02-2018 03:38 PM)HuskieFootball Addict Wrote:  Got my renewal packet for season tickets in today's mail.

Tickets for Iowa game $50 - you must be a season ticket holder AND a HAF donor to buy tickets.

FSU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder to buy tickets.

BYU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder.

Jeez. I was hoping to go to Iowa game. These are really sh*tty conditions. Won't that limit attendance by NIU fans - especially those who live outside the area? What genius came up with that idea. 03-banghead

It's a Big Ten school against a MAC school. I am willing to bet that Iowa shorted NIU in their ticket allotment, especially after the beating we gave them in 2013.

Anyways, I am willing to bet that you will be able to find tickets for cheaper than $50.
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RE: Football Season Tickets
(03-02-2018 03:38 PM)HuskieFootball Addict Wrote:  Got my renewal packet for season tickets in today's mail.

Tickets for Iowa game $50 - you must be a season ticket holder AND a HAF donor to buy tickets.

FSU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder to buy tickets.

BYU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder.

Jeez. I was hoping to go to Iowa game. These are really sh*tty conditions. Won't that limit attendance by NIU fans - especially those who live outside the area? What genius came up with that idea. 03-banghead

A bit of a slap in the face to out of state Huskie fans who might like to attend these games and sit with Huskie students and alums.
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(03-02-2018 04:08 PM)bikechuck Wrote:  
(03-02-2018 03:38 PM)HuskieFootball Addict Wrote:  Got my renewal packet for season tickets in today's mail.

Tickets for Iowa game $50 - you must be a season ticket holder AND a HAF donor to buy tickets.

FSU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder to buy tickets.

BYU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder.

Jeez. I was hoping to go to Iowa game. These are really sh*tty conditions. Won't that limit attendance by NIU fans - especially those who live outside the area? What genius came up with that idea. 03-banghead

A bit of a slap in the face to out of state Huskie fans who might like to attend these games and sit with Huskie students and alums.

Yes exactly what I thought.
We have Huskies all over - MileHigh is out west that way ...he may have been planning to go to the BYU game. Now he & his family can't sit with other Huskie fans.

I just don't get their thinking with this....
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(03-02-2018 06:31 PM)HuskieFootball Addict Wrote:  
(03-02-2018 04:08 PM)bikechuck Wrote:  
(03-02-2018 03:38 PM)HuskieFootball Addict Wrote:  Got my renewal packet for season tickets in today's mail.

Tickets for Iowa game $50 - you must be a season ticket holder AND a HAF donor to buy tickets.

FSU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder to buy tickets.

BYU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder.

Jeez. I was hoping to go to Iowa game. These are really sh*tty conditions. Won't that limit attendance by NIU fans - especially those who live outside the area? What genius came up with that idea. 03-banghead

A bit of a slap in the face to out of state Huskie fans who might like to attend these games and sit with Huskie students and alums.

Yes exactly what I thought.
We have Huskies all over - MileHigh is out west that way ...he may have been planning to go to the BYU game. Now he & his family can't sit with other Huskie fans.

I just don't get their thinking with this....

Check with the Alumni Association. I bought tickets from the Alumni Association after they stopped accepting orders for the SDSU game last year through Athletic Department.
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Does anyone here have passes to the Coaches Club? If so, is it worth it (as to food, amenities, etc.)? A friend of mine who has season tickets is considering buying the passes. He asked me, but I don't know since I've never been in there. Also, where is it located? Thanks.
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It’s located in the middle of the west side ramps next to one of the small restrooms. It’s a smaller version of the Huskie pregame tent. Generally I would say it’s not “worth “ it but if you’re going to be donating at least the cost of a pass($700 per) then I view it as an allocation of your donation. If you’re thinking of donating just to get in the room then no it’s not worth it.
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(03-03-2018 01:46 AM)NIUSAE Wrote:  It’s located in the middle of the west side ramps next to one of the small restrooms. It’s a smaller version of the Huskie pregame tent. Generally I would say it’s not “worth “ it but if you’re going to be donating at least the cost of a pass($700 per) then I view it as an allocation of your donation. If you’re thinking of donating just to get in the room then no it’s not worth it.


Thanks. I told him I didn't think it was worth it.
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I like the coaches club. Tell your "friend" if he likes a quick accesible restroom or he likes get out of the cold for a few minutes and have a drink it is worth it. They also have food throughout the game.
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RE: Football Season Tickets
(03-02-2018 06:45 PM)HuskieJoe Wrote:  
(03-02-2018 06:31 PM)HuskieFootball Addict Wrote:  
(03-02-2018 04:08 PM)bikechuck Wrote:  
(03-02-2018 03:38 PM)HuskieFootball Addict Wrote:  Got my renewal packet for season tickets in today's mail.

Tickets for Iowa game $50 - you must be a season ticket holder AND a HAF donor to buy tickets.

FSU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder to buy tickets.

BYU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder.

Jeez. I was hoping to go to Iowa game. These are really sh*tty conditions. Won't that limit attendance by NIU fans - especially those who live outside the area? What genius came up with that idea. 03-banghead

A bit of a slap in the face to out of state Huskie fans who might like to attend these games and sit with Huskie students and alums.

Yes exactly what I thought.
We have Huskies all over - MileHigh is out west that way ...he may have been planning to go to the BYU game. Now he & his family can't sit with other Huskie fans.

I just don't get their thinking with this....

Check with the Alumni Association. I bought tickets from the Alumni Association after they stopped accepting orders for the SDSU game last year through Athletic Department.

Good suggestion for others - thanks.

I'm not an alum & not a member of Alumni Assoc. plus they are permanently on my "naughty" list for their blatant refusal to help with the Diesel Memorial in any way whatsoever. They were total jerks to us.
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RE: Football Season Tickets
(03-02-2018 03:38 PM)HuskieFootball Addict Wrote:  Got my renewal packet for season tickets in today's mail.

Tickets for Iowa game $50 - you must be a season ticket holder AND a HAF donor to buy tickets.

FSU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder to buy tickets.

BYU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder.

Jeez. I was hoping to go to Iowa game. These are really sh*tty conditions. Won't that limit attendance by NIU fans - especially those who live outside the area? What genius came up with that idea. 03-banghead

Why is this unreasonable? If there is a limited number of tickets, donors and season ticket holders should get preference. If you are a supporter, you can buy a season ticket to support the program. Donate it to a charity if you live far away. Season ticket holder numbers and donor numbers need to increase if we ever have aspirations to get out of the MAC. For "fans" of our programs many sure don't want to step up and actively support.
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RE: Football Season Tickets
(03-03-2018 01:22 PM)Dtownboys Wrote:  
(03-02-2018 03:38 PM)HuskieFootball Addict Wrote:  Got my renewal packet for season tickets in today's mail.

Tickets for Iowa game $50 - you must be a season ticket holder AND a HAF donor to buy tickets.

FSU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder to buy tickets.

BYU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder.

Jeez. I was hoping to go to Iowa game. These are really sh*tty conditions. Won't that limit attendance by NIU fans - especially those who live outside the area? What genius came up with that idea. 03-banghead

Why is this unreasonable? If there is a limited number of tickets, donors and season ticket holders should get preference. If you are a supporter, you can buy a season ticket to support the program. Donate it to a charity if you live far away. Season ticket holder numbers and donor numbers need to increase if we ever have aspirations to get out of the MAC. For "fans" of our programs many sure don't want to step up and actively support.

Why would I buy season tickets if I live in Florida?

GO HUSKIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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(03-03-2018 01:22 PM)Dtownboys Wrote:  
(03-02-2018 03:38 PM)HuskieFootball Addict Wrote:  Got my renewal packet for season tickets in today's mail.

Tickets for Iowa game $50 - you must be a season ticket holder AND a HAF donor to buy tickets.

FSU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder to buy tickets.

BYU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder.

Jeez. I was hoping to go to Iowa game. These are really sh*tty conditions. Won't that limit attendance by NIU fans - especially those who live outside the area? What genius came up with that idea. 03-banghead

Why is this unreasonable? If there is a limited number of tickets, donors and season ticket holders should get preference. If you are a supporter, you can buy a season ticket to support the program. Donate it to a charity if you live far away. Season ticket holder numbers and donor numbers need to increase if we ever have aspirations to get out of the MAC. For "fans" of our programs many sure don't want to step up and actively support.

+1

It really is ridiculous. Those prices are not even bad to see NIU play some big name teams. “You’re damned if you do, and damned if you don’t”
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I've been to enough Iowa games to know that you can find tickets cheap outside the stadium.
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(03-03-2018 01:36 PM)pantone1935 Wrote:  
(03-03-2018 01:22 PM)Dtownboys Wrote:  
(03-02-2018 03:38 PM)HuskieFootball Addict Wrote:  Got my renewal packet for season tickets in today's mail.

Tickets for Iowa game $50 - you must be a season ticket holder AND a HAF donor to buy tickets.

FSU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder to buy tickets.

BYU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder.

Jeez. I was hoping to go to Iowa game. These are really sh*tty conditions. Won't that limit attendance by NIU fans - especially those who live outside the area? What genius came up with that idea. 03-banghead

Why is this unreasonable? If there is a limited number of tickets, donors and season ticket holders should get preference. If you are a supporter, you can buy a season ticket to support the program. Donate it to a charity if you live far away. Season ticket holder numbers and donor numbers need to increase if we ever have aspirations to get out of the MAC. For "fans" of our programs many sure don't want to step up and actively support.

Why would I buy season tickets if I live in Florida?

GO HUSKIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Do whatever you want. My point is that more season ticket holders helps the program. I suggested donating them to a charity because they are cheap. The new season ticket holder helps the program and giving to charity is a good thing to do. If you have other ways to support the program while living in Florida, I'd love to hear them. As your post says "Go Huskies"
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(03-03-2018 02:45 PM)Dtownboys Wrote:  
(03-03-2018 01:36 PM)pantone1935 Wrote:  
(03-03-2018 01:22 PM)Dtownboys Wrote:  
(03-02-2018 03:38 PM)HuskieFootball Addict Wrote:  Got my renewal packet for season tickets in today's mail.

Tickets for Iowa game $50 - you must be a season ticket holder AND a HAF donor to buy tickets.

FSU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder to buy tickets.

BYU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder.

Jeez. I was hoping to go to Iowa game. These are really sh*tty conditions. Won't that limit attendance by NIU fans - especially those who live outside the area? What genius came up with that idea. 03-banghead

Why is this unreasonable? If there is a limited number of tickets, donors and season ticket holders should get preference. If you are a supporter, you can buy a season ticket to support the program. Donate it to a charity if you live far away. Season ticket holder numbers and donor numbers need to increase if we ever have aspirations to get out of the MAC. For "fans" of our programs many sure don't want to step up and actively support.

Why would I buy season tickets if I live in Florida?

GO HUSKIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Do whatever you want. My point is that more season ticket holders helps the program. I suggested donating them to a charity because they are cheap. The new season ticket holder helps the program and giving to charity is a good thing to do. If you have other ways to support the program while living in Florida, I'd love to hear them. As your post says "Go Huskies"

I go to as many games as possible within driving distance. In Florida I have been to Football, MBB, softball and baseball games and have traveled to Louisiana, Alabama and Tennessee for Football many times. I have donated money (only three figures) ever since Gerald O'dell, yes believe it or not visited me here in rural Florida. Also usually donate bowl tickets to military, etc. Certainly I am not big or mid donor but I try.

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(03-02-2018 03:38 PM)HuskieFootball Addict Wrote:  Got my renewal packet for season tickets in today's mail.

Tickets for Iowa game $50 - you must be a season ticket holder AND a HAF donor to buy tickets.

FSU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder to buy tickets.

BYU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder.

Jeez. I was hoping to go to Iowa game. These are really sh*tty conditions. Won't that limit attendance by NIU fans - especially those who live outside the area? What genius came up with that idea. 03-banghead

First of all I'm guessing that these tickets are very limited. For away games, they should considering changing this to be either a season ticket holder or HAF member. I can see where fans living in Florida don't buy season tickets but may donate to HAF. They should have the opportunity to buy the tickets. If they need to go to the point system due to a shortage of tickets than do it.

Any leftover tickets should go to the Alumni Association or other area.
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(03-03-2018 05:04 PM)HUSKIEFOOTBALLFAN Wrote:  
(03-02-2018 03:38 PM)HuskieFootball Addict Wrote:  Got my renewal packet for season tickets in today's mail.

Tickets for Iowa game $50 - you must be a season ticket holder AND a HAF donor to buy tickets.

FSU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder to buy tickets.

BYU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder.

Jeez. I was hoping to go to Iowa game. These are really sh*tty conditions. Won't that limit attendance by NIU fans - especially those who live outside the area? What genius came up with that idea. 03-banghead

First of all I'm guessing that tickets are very limited. For away games, they should considering changing this to be either a season ticket holder or HAF member. I can see where fans living in Florida don't buy season tickets may but donate to HAF. They should have the opportunity to buy the tickets. If they need to go to the point system due to a shortage of tickets than do it.

Any leftover tickets should go to the Alumni Association or other area.

This is a great suggestion. It's nice to see a solution offered and not just complaining.
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(03-03-2018 05:39 PM)Dtownboys Wrote:  
(03-03-2018 05:04 PM)HUSKIEFOOTBALLFAN Wrote:  
(03-02-2018 03:38 PM)HuskieFootball Addict Wrote:  Got my renewal packet for season tickets in today's mail.

Tickets for Iowa game $50 - you must be a season ticket holder AND a HAF donor to buy tickets.

FSU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder to buy tickets.

BYU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder.

Jeez. I was hoping to go to Iowa game. These are really sh*tty conditions. Won't that limit attendance by NIU fans - especially those who live outside the area? What genius came up with that idea. 03-banghead

First of all I'm guessing that tickets are very limited. For away games, they should considering changing this to be either a season ticket holder or HAF member. I can see where fans living in Florida don't buy season tickets may but donate to HAF. They should have the opportunity to buy the tickets. If they need to go to the point system due to a shortage of tickets than do it.

Any leftover tickets should go to the Alumni Association or other area.

This is a great suggestion. It's nice to see a solution offered and not just complaining.

Well for one thing Dtownboys, I AM a season ticket holder & have been for something like 16 years now (lost count - I am getting old). I attend all Sat. home games & typically 1 home weeknight game. If all home games were on Sat. I would be at every one. I am getting older now & I don't know how much longer I can go to games. I would guess maybe 10 years possibly less, So I want to go to as many as I can.
Secondly, not everyone has a lot of extra $$$$ - me being one of them. While I am unable to donate money to HAF, I would like to go to away game that is within driving distance to see my Huskies play & sit with other Huskie fans - not in the middle of a bunch of Iowa fans. The stipulation that to buy tickets for BYU game or FSU game that you have to be a season ticket holder is ridiculous for people who live in FL or so far out of state. Come on. Suggesting they buy season tickets is kind of ridiculous.
Not everyone can afford to do that . If you can, that's great. But don't assume everyone can afford to do that - no matter how "cheap" you think season tickets may be. I actually have to save up to buy them so it's likely there are other fans who also have to save up for them.

It seems to me that having these conditions of being a season ticket holder excludes the fans who live out of state & wanted to see their team play and sit with other Huskie fans. I don't see a solution other than buying tickets on stubhub & sitting among the opposing teams fans. There probably is a shortage of Iowa tickets - those of us who wanted to go are disappointed. Surely you can understand that?
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those tix have a stipulation on them for now. If they don't sell all of them to the listed classes then they will be available to the public.
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(03-07-2018 12:50 PM)HuskieFootball Addict Wrote:  
(03-03-2018 05:39 PM)Dtownboys Wrote:  
(03-03-2018 05:04 PM)HUSKIEFOOTBALLFAN Wrote:  
(03-02-2018 03:38 PM)HuskieFootball Addict Wrote:  Got my renewal packet for season tickets in today's mail.

Tickets for Iowa game $50 - you must be a season ticket holder AND a HAF donor to buy tickets.

FSU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder to buy tickets.

BYU tickets $35 You must be a season ticket holder.

Jeez. I was hoping to go to Iowa game. These are really sh*tty conditions. Won't that limit attendance by NIU fans - especially those who live outside the area? What genius came up with that idea. 03-banghead

First of all I'm guessing that tickets are very limited. For away games, they should considering changing this to be either a season ticket holder or HAF member. I can see where fans living in Florida don't buy season tickets may but donate to HAF. They should have the opportunity to buy the tickets. If they need to go to the point system due to a shortage of tickets than do it.

Any leftover tickets should go to the Alumni Association or other area.

This is a great suggestion. It's nice to see a solution offered and not just complaining.

Well for one thing Dtownboys, I AM a season ticket holder & have been for something like 16 years now (lost count - I am getting old). I attend all Sat. home games & typically 1 home weeknight game. If all home games were on Sat. I would be at every one. I am getting older now & I don't know how much longer I can go to games. I would guess maybe 10 years possibly less, So I want to go to as many as I can.
Secondly, not everyone has a lot of extra $$$$ - me being one of them. While I am unable to donate money to HAF, I would like to go to away game that is within driving distance to see my Huskies play & sit with other Huskie fans - not in the middle of a bunch of Iowa fans. The stipulation that to buy tickets for BYU game or FSU game that you have to be a season ticket holder is ridiculous for people who live in FL or so far out of state. Come on. Suggesting they buy season tickets is kind of ridiculous.
Not everyone can afford to do that . If you can, that's great. But don't assume everyone can afford to do that - no matter how "cheap" you think season tickets may be. I actually have to save up to buy them so it's likely there are other fans who also have to save up for them.

It seems to me that having these conditions of being a season ticket holder excludes the fans who live out of state & wanted to see their team play and sit with other Huskie fans. I don't see a solution other than buying tickets on stubhub & sitting among the opposing teams fans. There probably is a shortage of Iowa tickets - those of us who wanted to go are disappointed. Surely you can understand that?


I feel for you, HFA. They should be taking care of dedicated, loyal fans like you. If I hadn't cancelled my season tickets this year, I would have bought the Iowa game tickets for you.
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