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Texas A&M vs. Vanderbilt Football Ticket Information

From Texas A&M Athletic's Department:

Texas A&M vs. Vanderbilt Football Ticket Information

COLLEGE STATION - As classification pull for the Texas A&M vs. Vanderbilt football game comes to an end on Thursday, a number of tickets remain within the student allotment. These tickets will be issued on a first come, first served basis to students with sports options who have not pulled for this game, students without a football option valid for this game (walkups), and to students who have already pulled who wish to pull guest tickets. Valid student IDs are required for all transactions. Tickets will be issued beginning Friday, October 25, at 8 a.m. at Windows 7-12 on the Zone Plaza at Kyle Field.

Since classification pull ends on Thursday, any fan may also purchase these tickets online at 12thManFoundation.com through Saturday morning. The ticket office will remain open on Friday until 9 p.m. NOTE: These seats are located within the student section and will require the buyer to stand with the 12th Man. Tickets in public areas remain available for those who do not wish to stand.

Walkup tickets will only be issued to Texas A&M students who present their ID in person at Windows 7-12 and do not have a football option valid for this week's game. Walkup tickets are $35. Guest tickets are $70. Guest labels may be purchased at any time by presenting a valid student ticket at a ticket window. Guest labels are $35. Tickets previously pulled may not be exchanged. 

Guest tickets will be offered during classification pull for the Vanderbilt ($70), UTEP ($60), and Mississippi State ($80) games. Guest tickets are subject to availability and may not be available through the entirety of classification pull during those pull weeks. Students with a valid football option are guaranteed a ticket through the conclusion of Freshman Day and are encouraged to pull their tickets during classification pull.

 As a reminder: The resale policy for student tickets is indicated on http://mysportspass.tamu.edu. "Resale of student tickets/sports options for profit is prohibited. Student sports options are heavily subsidized by season ticket holders. Former Students and Aggie fans have long been committed to maintaining the quality and size of the student allotment at Kyle Field. In return, Texas A&M students, the 12th Man, are expected to honor this commitment by not reselling for profit their student tickets. These tickets, home and away, are for student use ONLY. Texas A&M students are prohibited from reselling sports options/student tickets (home or road) for profit. Students found to be in violation of this policy will be penalized. Penalties include the cancellation of sports options, cancellation of tickets already pulled, and the loss of sports option privileges for the duration of their Texas A&M career." Student rates are one-half of the guest ticket price ($35 Vanderbilt, $30 UTEP, and $40 Mississippi State) and may be resold for an amount up to those rates. Converted tickets may be resold for up to the guest rate ($70 Vanderbilt, $60 UTEP, and $80 Mississippi State). 

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