APSU Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – On the heels of Monday’s unveiling of Austin Peay State University’s new partnership with Glitnir Ticketing and with the regular season right around the corner, a limited number of 2018 football season single-game tickets remain available for Governor fans to purchase.
Single-game tickets, Tailgate Alley spots remain for teh 2018 APSU Football campaign.
Due to the successful nature of Austin Peay’s 2017 campaign and the first-class fan experience at every Austin Peay home game, demand for tickets has never been higher, especially for Fortera Stadium’s higher-end accommodations.
As such, both ECHO Power Club Level and reserved chairback tickets are sold out for the 2018 season; however, reserved tickets (the upper half of sections A-C and F-G) and general admission tickets are available for $25.00 and $15.00, respectively, and are available online or by calling the ticket office at 931.221.PEAY (7329).
The uptick in demand has not been limited to in-stadium amenities; Tailgate Alley has become a more popular destination than ever, and already limited spots remain for all five home dates. Fans are encouraged to secure one of the remaining spots as soon as possible by visiting www.letsgopeay.com/buytickets
Reserved Tailgate Alley spots are available for $10.00, while tailgating in the reserved donor parking lot for Monocle Level Governors Club members and suiteholders can be done with a valid game-day parking pass.
Fans with questions regarding tickets or tailgating should be directed to the Austin Peay ticket office by calling 931.221.PEAY or via email at email@example.com
About APSU Sports Information
Austin Peay State University Sports Information provides the latest news and updates on the Athletic endeavors of the student-athletes at APSU. Under the direction of Brad Kirtley, the APSU SID’s office consists of Cody Bush, and Colby Wilson. To contact the APSU Sports Information office, contact, 931.221.7561.
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