[Vandal] UPDATE: Fans Can Attend ALL Of Idaho's Home Football Games
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Thu Feb 18 14:26:34 PST 2021
UC Davis has changed its Covid protocols and will now allow fans to attend its game at Idaho on March 6th. Tickets are now available for all three Idaho home football games.
PRIORITY TICKET AVAILABILITY: A limited number of tickets will be made available and will be rolled out beginning Feb. 16 at 9 a.m. Those who purchased season tickets for the previously scheduled 2020 season will have priority access, based on VSF standing. Individuals with priority access will be receiving an email from the Idaho Ticket Office with purchasing details. GENERAL TICKET SALES: Ticket sales will be open to the public following the priority access period, on Monday, Feb. 22 at 9 a.m. Stadium tickets will be sold in sets of four for $32 per ticket. Individuals are allowed to purchase up to eight tickets per game, in two separate groups of four. All seats will be reserved. Should you wish to purchase a number of tickets other than four but fewer than eight, please reach out to the Idaho Ticket Office at (208) 885-6466.
>From The Lewiston TribuneLewiston, IdahoSaturday, February 13, 2021
Fans Can Attend Two Of Idaho's Home Football Games
The University of Idaho announced kickoff times Friday for its three home football games thisspring, and revealed a limited number of fans can attend two of those games.
The Vandals’ opener against Eastern Washington will begin at 3 p.m. Feb. 27. Idaho hosts UCDavis at noon on March 6, and entertains Southern Utah at noon on March 27. There will be nofans allowed for the March 6 game because of UC Davis’ current COVID protocols.
Per the State of Idaho’s recently announced 40 percent capacity limitation, 6,400 fans will bepermitted, but the school did not confirm that number.
Season tickets and parking permits purchased for the fall 2020 season will be transferred to thefall 2021 campaign.
Season ticket-holders will have priority access to tickets, which will begin to roll out at 9 a.m.Feb. 16th. Sales to the general public will start at 9 a.m. Feb. 22nd.
Tickets will be sold in sets of four for $32 per ticket. Individuals are allowed to purchase up toeight tickets per game. All seats will be reserved. Student seating also will be reserved.
Fans must enter through a thermal scanner. In the Kibbie Dome, they are asked to wear facecoverings and practice physical distancing.
The University also asks that fans limit outdoor social gatherings before and after the games.Tailgating will not be sponsored, and RV parking will not be permitted.
Basketball games at Memorial Gym still will be held without fans. Soccer attendance plans willbe released at a later date.
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