Ball State athletics is unveiling its "Bandwagon Plan" - an opportunity for its fans to purchase tickets to the remaining four home football games featuring the most entertaining team in the Mid-American Conference.
Fans can purchase the mini-plan ticket package by calling the Ball State athletics ticket office at 888-BSU-TICKET or by stopping by the Worthen Arena offices and telling the tickets representative, "I'd like to get on the Ball State Bandwagon."
Reserved seats to each of the final four home football games are $80, which is a discount of $5 per game off the single-game ticket price. Adult general admission mini-plan tickets are available for $48, a discount off the single-game price by $4 per game for each of the last four home contests. The youth general admission mini-plan for the last four games is available for $28, a discount of $2 per contest.
The Cardinals are home Saturday vs. Toledo, Sat., Oct. 12 vs. Kent State, Wed., Nov. 6 vs. Central Michigan and Fri., Nov. 29 vs. Miami University.
Ball State is off to a 3-1 start for the third straight season and for each of head coach Pete Lembo's three years at the helm. The 3-1 start for a third straight season marks only the second time in school history a football team has started three straight years with at least a 3-1 record.
The Cardinals have won six straight Mid-American Conference games dating back to the 2012 campaign, and have scored a school record 169 points through the first four games of the season. Ball State's offense is averaging a league best 42.2 points per game, while leading the MAC with 336.0 passing yards per tilt.
Saturday's home game is also Family Weekend at Ball State, while the Oct. 12 contest is Homecoming for the Cardinals. The game vs. Central Michigan is a RED OUT and fans are encouraged to wear red, while the final home game of the season is a BLACK OUT and fans are encouraged to wear black.
Tickets to the remaining four Insider Luncheons featuring Lembo, football student-athletes and athletics director Bill Scholl, are also on sale through the Ball State ticket office. For $15 or a table of eight for $100, lunch will be served prior to a program featuring an X-and-O session and question-and-answer period with Lembo. The Luncheons occur at the Ball State Alumni Center with doors opening at 11:30 and the program beginning at noon. Dates for the remaining luncheons are this Thursday, Fri., Oct. 11, Tues., Nov. 5 and Tues., Nov. 26.