MSU Has Sold 2,000 Tickets For Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl

By: Michigan State University
By: Michigan State University

Michigan State has sold approximately 2,000 tickets to its Dec. 29 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl game against TCU, according to figures from the Spartan Ticket Office. MSU received an allotment of 11,000 tickets to the bowl game in Tempe, Ariz.

“As anticipated, bowl ticket sales have been slow through the Spartan Ticket Office,” MSU Athletics Director Mark Hollis said. “Over the years, fans have become more creative in identifying ways to purchase the best seat locations at the best prices.

“We remain hopeful and optimistic that there will be many fans wearing Green and White at the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl. Bowl officials tell us that there is a great deal of buzz in the local community about the game.

“We understand the importance of selling as much of our allotment as possible because these sales are measured and taken into consideration by bowl committees in the future. We will continue to encourage MSU alumni and fans, not only in mid-Michigan but throughout the Southwest and Southern California, to purchase tickets through the Spartan Ticket Office.”

Ticket prices for the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl range from $25-$125 each. Fans may order Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl tickets online at msuspartans.com (click "tickets" and proceed to the Spartan Online Ticket Office) or by calling the Spartan Ticket Office (open weekdays from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.), locally at 355-1610 or outside the Lansing area at 1-800-GO-STATE.


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