Iowa State football season tickets sold out
AMES — The “sold out” sign has been hung for 2013 season football tickets at Iowa State.
More than 43,000 football season ticket packages have been sold. The season ticket sellout is unprecedented in Cyclone history — despite the fact that the team was picked to finish ninth in the Big 12.
“We are completely sold out of our season ticket inventory. The only remaining tickets are single-game tickets (except for the Iowa game which sold out late last week) and an end-of-the-year mini-pack from unused inventory of visiting team allotments,” Director of Athletics Jamie Pollard said. “We fully anticipate that our first four home games will all completely sell out and that is unprecedented for our program.”
Pollard noted that Junior Cyclone Club memberships are still available, but those supplies are quickly dwindling, too.
“We never expected to get to the spot where we would have to cutoff sales to the Junior Cyclone Club but we are close to reaching that level,” Pollard said.
Coach Paul Rhoads celebrated the enthusiasm of the Cyclone fan base at his media day Sunday, too.
“For the third straight year, we’ve set season ticket marks,” Rhoads said. “The loyal Cyclone fan base is becoming recognized around the country for the support they give us at Jack Trice Stadium.”
Iowa State 2013 single-game tickets (except for the game against Iowa) will go on sale Wednesday at 8 a.m.
A three-game mini-pack featuring Oklahoma State, TCU and Kansas also goes on sale Wednesday.