1. The KillerFrogs

New 2020 Football Ticket Policy Released

Discussion in 'Scott & Wes Frog Fan Forum' started by tcumaniac, Aug 12, 2020.

  1. ATO, could you comment on the delivery option for tickets. Someone on another site said they would be delivered only to a Google or Apple Pay account. Will there be other options like email if someone doesn't use one of those services?
     
  2. All tickets will be shipped electronically to your email account. The Apple Wallet or Google Pay is a quicker way to download the tickets to be stored and accessed upon arrival.

    If you don’t use those options, you can always save the email to access the tickets on your phone. Link below might help answer more questions.

    https://gofrogs.com/sports/2020/7/1/mobile-tickets.aspx

    Please let us know if you have any other questions.

    Go Frogs!
     
  3. Hey, @atofrog, have you seen my phone? One of my kids ran off with it and I’ve been searching for hours. Thanks.
     
  4. I’ll swing by after I finish this beer, pizza and questions @CountryFrog house. We can retrace your kids steps to @tcumaniac house.

    Go Frogs!
     
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  5. If i hadn't lost my job, I'd be glad to carry my season tickets over. I don't understa d why anyone would look down on someone for wanting their money back.
     
  6. atofrog

    First thanks for your patience answering all these questions.

    So one question and it might have been addressed earlier.

    I have two tickets but would like to just get one ticket this season because it might help someone else get into a game.

    Is it possible to request just one ticket and get a refund on the second ticket?

    Thanks in advance.
     
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  7. Yes. Give us a call or email to let know how you want the second on refunded.

    Go Frogs!
     
  8. @atofrog Thanks. What about the Touchdown Club? Open or no?
     
  9. Yes, open but with limited capacity and social distance seating.

    Go Frogs!
     
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  10. @atofrog
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  11. The IRS tax code is simpler than this.

    My old frat buddies get a big allotment of tickets and a bunch of us buy them. Great seats, had them for years. We all sit together with our wives and live or die with the Frogs on fall Saturdays. Great fun. As we get older some of us can't make the walk from the parking lot or can't take the heat of September games at 11AM. My wife doesn't accompany me anymore for those and other reasons, not the least of which is I can turn into Mr. Hyde on gameday depending on traffic to the stadium, game outcome etc. So at almost 70 I am down to one season ticket. Haven't missed two games in the last 50 years or so. How the hell am I gonna figure out if my ticket is good before I get in my car to haul my wore out ass from Rockwall to the game? Like I have done for 50 years? I guess it's finally time to hang 'em up and watch it on the big screen. Dang this is hard to take.
     
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  12. I sent an email and never got a reply. I'll call today. I doubt I habe enough priority points to get a shot at one ticket but it can't hurt to try.
    Thanks for the reply. Have a great weekend.
     
  13. Uh TCU has a $90,000,000.00 shortfall.

    Pretty big issue if everyone asks for their money back.
     
  14. why? you are presuming those who were going to buy those tickets haven't had a similar reduction in their income.
     
  15. So the opposing teams rich alumni can still get seats in the west side club?

    Asking for a friend.
     
  16. Objection, respondent assumes a fact not supported by the admissible evidence.

    Sustained!

    $90m is a lot of money for any university.

    My only request was to let it ride if you could afford to do so.
     
  17. roughly 16%

    guess they will need to do what the rest of us are doing and make do.
     
  18. Objection your honor, counselor pulled that $90M figure right out of his patooty. .
     
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  19. TCU also has a multi-billion dollar endowment that can be called upon in times of extreme duress.

    Whatever the current situation, we're better off than many who are absolutely unprepared for a crisis like this.
     
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  20. https://endowment.tcu.edu/about/#:~:text=Overview,in terms of asset value.

    "The endowment’s assets under management totaled $1.7 billion as of June 30, 2019, ranking 64th in the nation in terms of asset value."

    I think TCU will be able to weather the storm.
     

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