While Syracuse football individual football tickets don't technically go on sale until Wednesday, they actually went on sale today. Just depends how much you want to get to them.
Right now you're like Marcus Sales. You've got a car full of drugs, you've got open alcohol containers in the car and you left your drivers license at home...but if you run this red light then you can get the Syracuse football individual game tickets you want. However, if you stop at the red light, you might miss out. So in that sense, I think we can all agree that we want to be like Marcus Sales.
If you're already a Syracuse football season ticket holder, you can buy individual game tickets today. Head to the Dome Box Office, call 888-DOMETIX (366-3849), option "0", to purchase, or purchase online via your MyCuse account (SUAthletics.com, quicklinks on the upper right of page).
If you're an alumni, you can purchase Syracuse football individual game tickets tomorrow. Between 10 AM to 5 PM EDT, go to Ticketmaster and make sure you enter the code SUFBALUMNI. I suppose you don't even have to be an alumni now that I think about it.
Finally, if none of that works for you, just wait until Wednesday when everyone can buy Syracuse football individual game tickets.
SU has a couple package options for you as well that you might want to check out:
Time Warner Triple Play Pack - one ticket each to any three games of your choice from our seven home games. Save $12 off single game prices. If your going with this package, might I recommend Wake Forest, Rutgers and West Virginia. You get the season opener and home games against our most despised of conference rivals. No offense, UConn.
SU Kick-Off Pack - one ticket each to the home opener (Wake Forest) and Big East opener (Rutgers). Save $6 over single game prices. Pretty good option if you ask me.
Tops Family Single Game Pack (STH pre-sale only, general public on August 3, at 10:00 am) - You want padded seats and an alcohol-free zone! You got it! You also get 2 adult tix, 2 kid tix, a parking pass and a $5 concessions coupon, which should get you approx. seven peanuts. You get all that for $75. Not too shabby.