According to athletic director, Bill Popp ticket sales have been strong.
“Sales have gone very well, and we are still over three weeks away from our first home game,” Popp said. “We have sold over 90 percent of our chairback seating for the season, but we are hoping to reach that threshold of having the seats sold out before our first game of the year at Mercer next week.”
Reserved chairback seats sell at $75 for the season. Reinhardt’s four home games this season include a contest against Faulkner Sept. 20, which tied with the Eagles for first place in the Mid-South Conference West Division in 2013.
General-admission season tickets are on sale for $40, but there is no guarantee of a seat, unlike with the reserved chairback seats.
In addition, tickets for Reinhardt’s Olympic sports are available at prices of $5 for adults and $3 for ages 12-17. Ages 12 and under will receive free admission with the purchase of an adult ticket.
Admission will be charged for every home athletic event on campus this season. The Eagle Pass, a season-ticket card that provides for general admission to all Reinhardt home athletic events, with the exception of football, is available for $50.
“Most of our fall sports have 10 home games this season,” Popp said. “The Eagle Pass gives patrons the opportunity to pre-pay for their admission. Plus, if they want to come back and watch a basketball game or a softball game later on in the year, it would be good for that as well.”
For more information, visit www.reinhardteagles.com/tickets.