Fans can purchase tickets at www.thefriscobowl.com/tickets
Frisco, TX (September 5, 2018) – A limited number of tickets for the 2018 DXL Frisco Bowl will go on sale today at 10 a.m. CT.
In its second year at Toyota Stadium, the 2018 DXL Frisco Bowl will showcase a team from the American Athletic Conference and an at-large team on Wednesday, December 19 at 7 p.m.
Ticket prices are $49 for sideline sections and $65 for midfield sections. This year’s game also features three new package options available for purchase.
Tickets can be purchased at www.thefriscobowl.com/tickets or via telephone at (855) 492-8053. Phone orders may be placed Monday-Saturday (9AM – 9PM) and Sunday (10AM – 6PM).
For group ticket orders above the maximum online limit of eight (8), fans can call (469) 365-0027.
A maximum of eight (8) tickets may be purchased per person. Please be advised that any person exceeding the published ticket limit may have some or all of their orders cancelled at the discretion of the DXL Frisco Bowl without notification. Multiple orders associated with the same name, account number, credit card, email address, telephone number and/or mailing address may be considered to be exceeding the ticket limit for this event. Ticket limits may be raised after the initial public on sale.
Every person, two-years of age and older, must have a ticket to enter the facility. Entry will be at the venue’s discretion, unless proof of age is provided. Those under two must be accompanied by a person with a valid admission ticket and sit on their parent or guardian’s lap.
Tickets will be delivered digitally via Flash Seats. Flash Seats is a paperless, ID based ticket. These digital tickets may also be transferred to other guests or sold via the Flash Seats Marketplace which will open on Thursday, September 14. You will receive an email after your purchase and again prior to the event with additional instructions on using Flash Seats.
For more information regarding the DXL Frisco Bowl, please visit www.thefriscobowl.com.
The bowl game will air on ESPN on Wednesday, Dec. 19, live from Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas.
Toyota Stadium is the home of FC Dallas of Major League Soccer, the National Soccer Hall of Fame and host to the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) Championship Game since 2010. It has a football capacity of 20,500.
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