TALLAHASSEE — On Thursday afternoon it was announced that the game between Florida State and Boise State would move from TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Fla. to Doak S. Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee, Fla.
With a change of scenery just 48 hours before the game, that has led to many questions pertaining to the season-opener between the Seminoles and Broncos.
Here are the latest answers to the most commonly asked questions for the Florida State vs. Boise State game:
Location: Doak S. Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee, Fla.
Kickoff Time: Noon
Ticket Info:Tickets are $10, general admission, per FSU’s ticket ordering system here. There will be no reserved seating in the stadium. FSU and Boise State students with valid IDs will be admitted free of charge.
Tickets can be purchased at the Dick Howser Stadium box office at Doak Campbell on game day, but the price will increase to $15. Tickets ordered online on game day will remain at the $10 price.
Per FSU, Champions Club tickets are SOLD OUT.
More on tickets: All tickets previously sold for the game in Jacksonville will be refunded as soon as possible. Tickets purchased through the Seminole Ticket Office via credit card will be refunded starting today, August 28th. The refund process for purchases made via cash or check will also begin today, however these may take a few weeks to process. Tickets and Parking Passes purchased though TicketMaster (Gator Bowl) will be refunded via TicketMaster.
Parking Info: With the exception of parking lots 1-6, which are reserved for game staffing and Golden Chief Boosters, the parking lots that service Doak Campbell Stadium will be free of charge to the general public and will open at 7:00 a.m. A map showing available parking will be posted on Seminoles.com Friday morning.
Spirit Express: The Spirit Express bus service from the Tucker Civic Center WILL NOT be available for the game.
Doors open: Doak S. Campbell Stadium policy is that doors open two hours before scheduled kickoff.
This story will be updated as FSU confirms information.