Ticket Info: UA vs. Oklahoma - Sugar Bowl

Ticket Info: UA vs. Oklahoma - Sugar Bowl

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All Sugar Bowl ticket requests will be taken by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 10, and will be evaluated according to established priorities (TIDE PRIDE, Faculty/Staff, and Lettermen) relative to the total allotment received by the University. 

The Athletics Ticket Office will send notification via email no later than Wednesday, Dec. 11, confirming if requests can or cannot be filled. The information below outlines the established allocation priorities for TIDE PRIDE, Faculty/Staff, and Lettermen. The ability to request tickets does not guarantee you will receive tickets. 

Each category below will be fulfilled upon the following: 

I. TIDE PRIDE
Requests will be fulfilled and allocated based on Tide Totals priority points.

II. Faculty/Staff
If requests received exceed the Faculty/Staff allotment, requests will be filled based on years of service.

III. Lettermen
If requests received exceed the Lettermen allotment, requests will be filled based on last year lettered. 

If any inventory remains after the priority deadline, the Athletics Ticket Office will conduct a public sale on Wednesday, Dec. 11, beginning at 8 a.m. central time.

Information Source: University of Alabama Athletics Dept.

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