Tips for fans going to FSU Seminoles games:
Take Interstate 75 North about 100 miles to Interstate 10 West. Follow I-10 another 88 miles. Exit at 209A for Mahan Drive. Follow Mahan into downtown Tallahassee. Turn left at Monroe St. Travel a half-mile, turn right onto Gaines St. Follow posted traffic signs toward stadium parking.
Game-day parking at FSU is managed by Seminole Boosters. All lots around the stadium require placards obtained with Seminole Boosters membership. There are some unofficial game-day spots on Pensacola Street and Jackson Bluff Road with fees of $15-$30, depending on the game. For more information, including tailgating policies, visit one.fsu.edu.
Season tickets are still available starting at $199 for recent FSU graduates and those requesting “family zone” tickets. All other season-ticket prices are $321. Single-game adult tickets for Murray State and Savannah State are $40 (children's tickets are $20 and $12, respectfully). Single-game for Wake Forest, Duke and Boston College start at $45 (kid's $25). All single-game tickets to Clemson are $70. Visit seminoles.com or contact the FSU ticket office at 850-644-1830.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun