Florida State offering free tickets to Wake Forest game for Florida residents displaced by Hurricane Ian
Florida State is making a nice gesture to those impacted by Hurricane Ian.
On Thursday, the athletic department announced it is offering 4 free tickets to Florida residents who were impacted by Hurricane Ian this week.
Floridians can claim tickets on Saturday by showing their state of Florida ID. Here’s the announcement and a statement from FSU athletic director Michael Alford:
“We are making tickets available to Saturday’s football game to Floridians displaced by Hurricane Ian,” the statement reads in-part. “Floridians can claim up to four tickets courtesy of Florida State Athletics by showing their state of Florida ID at the Dick Howser Ticket Office (baseball stadium) on Saturday beginning at 11:30 a.m.”
— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) September 29, 2022
Several Florida State players, including quarterback Jordan Travis, have also set up a fund to help the victims of Hurricane Ian.
Florida State also announced on Thursday that the student section for this game has been sold out:
— FSU Ticket Office (@FSUTickets) September 29, 2022
Kickoff is at 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday afternoon.