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Auburn season tickets sold out

AUBURN (WXTX) -  If you want Auburn Football season tickets you're out of luck. The University has already sold out.

"We traditionally sell out the majority of our season tickets sold out a little earlier this year than in years past," said Assistant Athletic Director of External Affairs Scott Carr. "Our thought was it'd be sometime around July based on last and knowing the excitement level everybody had." 

Last season the ticket office still had season packs in early September but it's not a surprise that coming off last year's Championship, tickets are already gone.   

Fans could become a part of Tigers Unlimited to donate to the athletic office in early December. Those fans who are Tigers Unlimited members have a more expensive season ticket because of the donation but they also get first priority to order them. 

"We actually put season tickets on sale to those Tigers Unlimited members in April so we started seeing those ticket numbers go up and they actually go on sale to the general public June 1st so we saw that excitement from the general public," Carr said.

Just 43 days later 62,000 fans showed their support. Season tickets are only $5 more than last year, $450 for a lower level ticket to all seven homes games. StubHub is currently selling AU season tickets for anywhere from $750 to $2,000. 

The Auburn Ticket office does have mini packs available. The mini pack includes every home game except the Iron Bowl.

Auburn has 77,000 season tickets available every year, 14,500 of those go to students at $120 for all seven games. Through the online system seniors get first priority, then juniors then sophomores. Freshman tickets become available July 26th. Last year the freshmen snapped up the allotted tickets in less than five minutes. Carr said he believes they'll sell out even faster this year.  

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