Football Bowl Deposits Now Being Accepted
CLICK HERE TO RESERVE YOUR BOWL TICKETS
With the Ball State football team’s victory over Kent State, the Cardinals are bowl eligible for a third straight season.
All interested fans can reserve bowl game tickets by making a $10 deposit per order by calling the Ball State ticket office at 888.BSU.TICKET. In addition, the Worthen Arena Ticket Office is open Monday thru Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This deposit reserves your tickets if Ball State is invited to a bowl game. Once Ball State is invited to a bowl game and ticket prices are released, your $10 deposit will be used toward the overall price of the tickets you purchase. You may reserve as many tickets as you like while making only the $10 deposit. If, after making the deposit, you realize you cannot attend the bowl game, your $10 deposit may be refunded upon request, or it could be considered a donation to Ball State Athletics.
“Our fans participation in the bowl game ticket deposit program helps our bowl selection process,” Ball State athletics director Bill Scholl says. “Bowl game committees use several factors to determine which teams to invite to their games. Our 6-1 start, and the fact we feature one of the most exciting and entertaining teams in the country, will certainly help our argument to many bowl committees. However, another important factor is the strength of a team’s fan base. Bowl deposits, such as these, can play a role in demonstrating the commitment of our fan base. The ability to show a strong response from our fan base in bowl game ticket deposits will only enhance our attractiveness to bowl committees.”
Ball State is 6-1 overall and 3-0 in the Mid-American Conference and will play a road game at Western Michigan Saturday. The Cardinals host Central Michigan in a nationally televised game at 8 p.m. Wed., Nov. 6, and wrap up the season with Senior Day vs. Miami University at 1 p.m. Fri., Nov. 29, at Scheumann Stadium.