Florida State announced that it has sold out of their allotted 31,900 tickets given for the season opener against Ole Miss to be played in Orlando. Camping World Stadium, the stadium where the game will be played, has a capacity of 70,000 seats and was the host of 49,913 fans for FSU's spring game in April.
Here is the full press release from the school:
FSU Announces Sell Out Of Camping World Kickoff Ticket Allotment
The Seminoles have sold 31,900 tickets for the season opener in Orlando versus Ole Miss.
Tallahassee, Fla. -- Florida State announced Thursday that the school has sold out of its allotment of tickets for the Camping World Kickoff. The 2016 season opener in Orlando versus Ole Miss is scheduled for September 5 and will be one of the marquee match-ups of the opening weekend of the college football season.
Although Florida State sold its 31,900 tickets to the game, tickets are still available to members of Florida Citrus Sports. For information go to www.floridacitrussports.com.
"The demand for this game was extremely high and we are thrilled our fans made it a priority to be in the stands supporting the Seminoles for the season opener," said Athletic Director Stan Wilcox. "We had a great experience in Camping World Stadium for our spring game and I believe our fans are even more excited to see the Monday night primetime game versus Ole Miss."
Seminole fans who already have tickets to the game can now buy both parking passes and tickets to the Camping World Kickoff FanFest via the Florida Citrus Sports website. Tickets for FSU's home games versus Charleston Southern, North Carolina, Wake Forest and Boston College are currently available on-line at Seminoles.com and by calling the Seminole Athletic Ticket office at 888-FSU-Nole. The Clemson game is only available to current Seminole Booster members. Anyone wishing to join Seminole Boosters in order to gain access to the Clemson game may do so by calling the Athletics Ticket Office at 888-FSU-NOLE.