Try contacting your local parents club. Usually they buy a block of seats together.Oh, I might need a ticket for the Navy-Air Force Game...but will have a cadet not a Mid...how does that work?
Oh, I might need a ticket for the Navy-Air Force Game...but will have a cadet not a Mid...how does that work?
Ask any AFA parent to pm you? We don't want you to be cheering the wrong team from the wrong side!Oh, I might need a ticket for the Navy-Air Force Game...but will have a cadet not a Mid...how does that work?
Roughly speaking, season ticket holders have first dibs when they are offered a renewal chance, then mids, then general public.
@BDHuff09, you forgot you did not need your bridge coat in Philly two years ago already? It was in the 70's that day!
Honestly, we get our tickets through the West Point Parents Club of Michigan, because our son is at WP, and the seats we got were nosebleeds on the corner, but it was cool being with all the other families of Cadets, and I know it would be the same for the families of midshipmen. The March On looked very cool, and we could almost grab the Apache helicopters as the flew by. I would rather sit in the rafters with the group of families of Cadets/mids than be at 50 yard line tenth row with anyone else.Last year, plebe parents were offered the chance to buy Army-Navy tickets the first week of June, if I remember correctly. I think we received an email with further info closer to that time. You can buy 4 tickets, but be warned: they are nosebleed seats. You can call the ticket office if you want more information. They are nice folks and always willing to answer questions.
Oh I don't hate Navy. Love those kids too. Those kids are outstanding in all respects, and God bless them. But come on, my kid is at West Point. All ain't equal when it comes to Army/Navy. And if if were, Army would be way way more equal than Navy.Sheesh brovol. Nothing like football tix going on sale to bring out the Navy haters. Sad!