Seminole Boosters

Membership Benefits

In addition to the satisfaction of providing life-changing opportunities for student-athletes, Seminole Booster members are rewarded with:

  • Ticket and Parking Priority
  • Home, away, neutral site, and post-season ticket priority (football and basketball) – Booster Ticket Membership
  • Away, neutral site, and post-season ticket priority (football and basketball) – Booster Ticket & Athletic Excellence Memberships
  • Invitations to exclusive events throughout the year
  • Booster Member Gifts
  • Subscription to Unconquered Magazine
  • Opportunity to request motorhome parking (Tomahawk level and above, home football game weekends, fulfilled based on availability and priority)
  • 10% in-store discount with 2019 membership card at the following partner locations:
    • Alumni Hall
    • Barefoot Outfitters at CollegeTown
    • Bill's Bookstore
    • Brooklyn Bagel
    • Centrale**
    • Coosh’s Bayou Rouge** (in CollegeTown location only)
    • FSU Bookstore
    • Garnet & Gold*
    • Gypsea Boutique
    • Madison Social**
    • Magda's
    • Recess – Half off cover until midnight
    • Seminole Sportshop
    • Tin Lizzy's**
    • Township**
    • Vale**

    * Excludes sale/clearance merchandise and gift cards. In-store only.
    ** Valid for food purchases only. Alcohol and catering excluded.

Priority Point Totals

The method for calculating total priority points has been updated effective 2018 membership season.

  1. Total consecutive years as a ticket holder – 5 pts per year (no limit)
  2. Total consecutive years as a Booster member – 5 pts per year (no limit)
  3. Lifetime Booster giving – 1 pt per $100
  4. FSU Faculty/Staff – 5 pts
  5. FSU Varsity Letter winner – 5 pts
  6. FSU Varsity Club member – 5 pts
  7. FSU Varsity Club member – 5 pts
  8. FSU Alumni Assoc. member (current year or lifetime) – 5 pts
  9. President’s Club honoree – 10 pts

2019 Football Ticket Allocation

Home, away, neutral site, and post-season ticket priority (football and basketball) – Booster Ticket Membership
Away, neutral site, and post-season ticket priority (football and basketball) – Booster Ticket & Athletic Excellence Memberships
Group I – Legacy Chief and Platinum Chief are allocated first in total priority point order within the group.
Group II – Golden Chiefs and Silver Chiefs are allocated next in priority point order within the group.
Group III – Tomahawks and Warriors are allocated by priority point order within the group.
Group IV – Renegade, Brave and Iron Arrow level members are allocated (based on availability) in priority order within the group.

Away Game:
The best seats at away game stadiums are determined by closest to the field and closest to mid-field. Rarely is FSU provided with "good" seats while playing on the road. Just like when visiting teams come to Doak, they are allocated corner/end zone tickets so our loyal season tickets holders have access to the mid-field seats. What is considered the best of the away stadium allotment are assigned by group then by total points within the group. The first tickets allocated will be closest to the field, closest to mid-field, then working outward and upward until the allotment is filled.

Neutral site game:
Of the FSU allotment of seats, assignments will be made started with the highest priority seating area and or mid-field, and closest to the field then working outward and upward. Legacy and Platinum Chiefs will be seated first, by total points, then Golden Chiefs and Silver Chiefs, by points, then all other members.

Bowl Game/Playoff/Conference Championship:
Of the FSU allotment of seats, assignments will be made starting with the highest priority seating area and/or mid-field, and closest to the field then working outward and upward. Legacy and Platinum Chiefs will be seated first, by total points within the group, then Golden Chiefs and Silver Chiefs, by points within the group, then all other members.

Levels

Both Athletic Excellence Fund and Booster Ticket Memberships come with the following benefits:

  • Invitations to exclusive events throughout the year
  • Booster Member Gifts
  • Subscription to Unconquered Magazine
  • Motorhome parking – First Priority
  • 10% in-store discount with 2019 membership card at the following partner locations:
    • Alumni Hall
    • Barefoot Outfitters at CollegeTown
    • Bill's Bookstore
    • Brooklyn Bagel
    • Centrale**
    • Coosh’s Bayou Rouge** (in CollegeTown locations only)
    • FSU Bookstore
    • Garnet & Gold*
    • Gypsea Boutique
    • Madison Social**
    • Magda's
    • Recess – Half off cover until midnight
    • Seminole Sportshop
    • Tin Lizzy's**
    • Township**
    • Vale**

    * Excludes sale/clearance merchandise and gift cards. In-store only.
    ** Valid for food purchases only. Alcohol and catering excluded.

Booster Ticket Memberships come with these additional benefits:

  1. Football Tickets – Priority for 14 Tickets at Doak
  2. Football Parking – 2 reserved spaces in stadium paved lot, 2 first come first served space in nearby campus lot
  3. Football Tickets – Away, neutral site and Bowl game Priority – Group I Seating
  4. Basketball Tickets – Priority for 12 Tickets at the Tuck
  5. Basketball Parking – 1 main lot season parking pass (for those who are also basketball season ticket holders)
  6. Invitation to Pillars of Champions event series (1-2 annually)
  7. Access to the University Center Club on home football weekends
  8. Invitation to a pregame on field experience (one game per year)
  9. Invitation to the annual football team banquet
  10. Invitation to VIP event during the annual spring tour
  11. Priority Access to 51 on Madison
  12. Plus:
    1. Invitations to exclusive events throughout the year
    2. Membership packet with FSU car tag and decal
    3. Subscription to Unconquered Magazine
    4. 10% in-store discount at FSU Bookstore/Seminole Sport Shop/Bill’s Bookstore/Alumni Hall/Garnet & Gold (with membership card)
    5. Tax deduction and financial planning opportunities for accounts without season tickets
    6. Motorhome parking – Group I Priority
  1. Football Tickets – Priority for 12 Tickets at Doak
  2. Football Parking – 1 reserved space in stadium paved lot, 1 first come first served space in nearby campus lot
  3. Football Tickets – Away, neutral site and Bowl game Priority – Group II Seating
  4. Basketball Tickets – Priority for 12 Tickets at the Tuck
  5. Basketball Parking – 1 main lot season parking pass (for those who are also basketball season ticket holders)
  6. Invitation to Pillars of Champions event series (1-2 annually)
  7. Access to the University Center Club on home football weekends
  8. Invitation to VIP event during the annual spring tour
  9. Priority Access to 51 on Madison
  10. Plus:
    1. Invitations to exclusive events throughout the year
    2. Membership packet with FSU car tag and decal
    3. Subscription to Unconquered Magazine
    4. 10% in-store discount at FSU Bookstore/Seminole Sport Shop/Bill’s Bookstore/Alumni Hall/Garnet & Gold (with membership card)
    5. Tax deduction and financial planning opportunities for accounts without season tickets
    6. Motorhome parking – Group II Priority
  1. Football Tickets – Priority for 10 Tickets at Doak
  2. Football Parking – 1 first come-first served space in nearby campus lot
  3. Football Tickets – Away, neutral site and Bowl game Priority – Group II Seating
  4. Basketball Tickets – Priority for 10 Tickets at the Tuck
  5. Basketball Parking – 1 main lot season parking pass (for those who are also basketball season ticket holders)
  6. Invitation to VIP event during the annual spring tour
  7. Priority Access to 51 on Madison
  8. Plus:
    1. Invitations to exclusive events throughout the year
    2. Membership packet with FSU car tag and decal
    3. Subscription to Unconquered Magazine
    4. 10% in-store discount at FSU Bookstore/Seminole Sportshop/Bill’s Bookstore/Alumni Hall/Garnet & Gold (with membership card)
    5. Tax deduction and financial planning opportunities for accounts without season tickets
    6. Motorhome parking – Group II Priority
  1. Football Tickets – Priority for 8 Tickets at Doak
  2. Football Parking – 1 first come-first served space in nearby campus lot
  3. Football Tickets – Away, neutral site and Bowl game Priority – Group III Seating
  4. Basketball Tickets – Priority for 8 Tickets at the Tuck
  5. Priority Access to 51 on Madison
  6. Plus:
    1. Invitations to exclusive events throughout the year
    2. Membership packet with FSU car tag and decal
    3. Subscription to Unconquered Magazine
    4. 10% in-store discount at FSU Bookstore/Seminole Sportshop/Bill’s Bookstore/Alumni Hall/Garnet & Gold (with membership card)
    5. Tax deduction and financial planning opportunities for accounts without season tickets
    6. Motorhome parking – Group III Priority
  1. Football Tickets – Priority for 6 Tickets at Doak
  2. Football Parking – 1 first come-first served space in nearby campus lot or parking garage
  3. Football Tickets – Away, neutral site and Bowl game Priority – Group III Seating
  4. Basketball Tickets – Priority for 6 Tickets at the Tuck
  5. Access to 51 on Madison in CollegeTown
  6. Plus:
    1. Invitations to exclusive events throughout the year
    2. Membership packet with FSU car tag and decal
    3. Subscription to Unconquered Magazine
    4. 10% in-store discount at FSU Bookstore/Seminole Sportshop/Bill’s Bookstore/Alumni Hall/Garnet & Gold (with membership card)
    5. Tax deduction and financial planning opportunities
  1. Football Tickets – Priority for 3 Tickets at Doak
  2. Football Parking – 2 Shuttle passes (Spirit Express operated by City of Tallahassee on game day)
  3. Football Tickets – Away, neutral site and Bowl game Priority – Group IV Seating
  4. Basketball Tickets – Priority for 4 Tickets at the Tuck (Priority II Sections)
  5. Access to 51 on Madison
  6. Plus:
    1. Invitations to exclusive events throughout the year
    2. Membership packet with FSU car tag and decal
    3. Subscription to Unconquered Magazine
    4. 10% in-store discount at FSU Bookstore/Seminole Sportshop/Bill’s Bookstore/Alumni Hall/Garnet & Gold (with membership card)
    5. Tax deduction and financial planning opportunities for accounts without season tickets
  1. Football Tickets – Lower End Zone Ticket Priority at Doak
  2. Football Tickets – Away, neutral site and Bowl game Priority – Group IV Seating
  3. Plus:
    1. Invitations to exclusive events throughout the year
    2. Membership packet with FSU car tag and decal
    3. Subscription to Unconquered Magazine
    4. 10% in-store discount at FSU Bookstore/Seminole Sportshop/Bill’s Bookstore/Alumni Hall/Garnet & Gold (with membership card)
    5. Tax deduction and financial planning opportunities for accounts without season tickets
  1. Football Tickets – Lower End Zone Ticket Priority at Doak
  2. Football Tickets – Away, neutral site and Bowl game Priority – Group IV Seating
  3. Plus:
    1. Invitations to exclusive events throughout the year
    2. Membership packet with FSU car tag and decal
    3. Subscription to Unconquered Magazine
    4. 10% in-store discount at FSU Bookstore/Seminole Sportshop/Bill’s Bookstore/Alumni Hall/Garnet & Gold (with membership card)
    5. Tax deduction and financial planning opportunities

Questions about ticket priority? Chat now with a Ticket Office Representative 

Collegiate athletics programs like Florida State depend upon private donations to help balance their athletic budget. Like many other programs that use ticket priority as an incentive for donations, FSU has established a ticket priority policy to allocate football and basketball tickets as fairly as possible.

Doak Campbell Stadium and the Tucker Center are divided into priority sections. Tickets in the priority sections are reserved for those fans that help fund the athletics budget by supporting the Annual Fund.

The goal of the FSU Ticket Priority policy is to reward the loyalty of our long-time supporters while at the same time incentivizing new and increased giving while distributing season tickets equitably in terms of quantity and location.

Donor Rank & Calculating Your Points

Per Seat Contribution Information

Per Seat Contribution FAQ

The Florida State Priority Policy was established in 1979 to create benefits for Seminole fans wanting to help fund a nationally competitive athletics program and to provide an objective method for allocating highly-desired tickets and parking. The policy, which is administered by the FSU Athletics’ Board, rewards supporters who purchase season tickets and make private donations to Seminole Boosters, Inc., the fundraising arm of Florida State University Athletics.

Since athletics programs in Florida may receive no money from the State of Florida or from the University, operations must be funded with revenues earned or contributed. There are more than 17,000 Seminole Booster members who make annual contributions to provide Florida State Athletics with winning-edge funding for all 20 men’s and women’s sports

These Seminole Booster members purchase more than 40,000 season football tickets and enjoy ticket and parking priority.

Doak CampbellClick image to enlarge.

Recent FSU graduates from the last four years are eligible for the Torch Program. Torch is a customizable mobile ticketing program that also includes a membership with Seminole Boosters.
2019 Booster Level Giving Amount Priority Limits Club Seat Limits
Legacy Chief $25,000 14 sideline 16 seats
Platinum Chief $13,000 - $24,999 14 sideline 12 seats
Golden Chief $6,500 - $12,999 12 sideline 8 seats
Silver Chief $3,250 - $6,499 10 sideline 6 seats
Tomahawk $1,300 - $3,249 8 sideline 4 seats
Warrior $650 - $1,299 6 sideline 2 seats
Renegade $330 - $649 3 sideline n/a
Brave $140 - $329 n/a n/a
Iron Arrow $70 - $139 n/a n/a

Football Priority Policy

Minimum Contribution Requirement

The policy now sets a per-seat contribution requirement for each section. Seats on the West side of the stadium, which are in highest demand, have a higher per seat requirement than seats in equivalent sections on the East side of the stadium. Similarly, sections closest to the 50 yard line have a higher per-seat requirement than seats in sections farther from the 50 yard line. View the Doak Campbell seating chart for per seat requirements for each section of Doak Campbell Stadium.

Calculating per-seat requirement

A season ticketholder’s minimum contribution requirement will be determined by multiplying the number of seats purchased in a section(s) by the per-seat contribution requirement for that section.

Example: Bob and Mary have four seats in Section 30 with a minimum per-seat requirement of $325. Their membership requirement for those West side seats would be $1300 (4 x $325) which is at the Tomahawk level ($1300 to $3249) level.
Bob and Mary could choose to increase to a Silver Chief ($3250), Golden Chief ($6500) or Platinum Chief ($13,000) and enjoy the benefits and points at one of those levels.

Equity example: Larry and Betty choose four seats right across the stadium from Bob and Mary in section 13 on the east side. That section has a $200 per-seat requirement so their contribution would need to be $800 for those four seats which is in the Warrior range of membership ($650 to $1299). Larry and Betty could enjoy Warrior benefits or choose to contribute at the Tomahawk ($1300) or higher level but they are not required to.

Civic CenterClick image to enlarge.

Booster Level Giving Amount Priority Limits
Renegade $330 - $649 4 seats in Priority II
Warrior $650 - $1,299 6 Priority seats, up to 2 in PI
Tomahawk $1,300 - $3,249 8 Priority seats, up to 4 in PI
Silver Chief $3,250 - $6,499 10 Priority seats, up to 4 in PI
Golden, Platinum, and Legacy Chief $6,500 or more 12 Priority seats, up to 6 in PI

Football Parking Information

  • Parking lot permits are for the entire season. A map with travel directions and the location of the lot is on the back of the permit.
  • Cooking devices and tents must not interfere with neighbors, adjacent parking, or thoroughfare. The lot will be monitored and we reserve the right to terminate parking privileges for misconduct towards fellow boosters or parking personnel or misuse of the permit, or abuse during tailgating.
  • Permits must hang from your rear-view mirror as you approach the stadium and must be displayed the entire time you are in your designated lot. If the permit is not properly displayed, the vehicle may be towed.
  • Parking lots open five hours prior to kick off. There are exceptions during certain home games, and these will be announced ahead of time.
  • Lost permits, stolen permits, permits left at home or accidentally thrown away cannot be replaced.
  • Numbered Priority Lots: Your permit for a numbered priority lot gains access to a specific lot, within which you may select a space on a first-come first-serve basis. See chart below.
  • Assigned Spaces in Numbered Priority Lots: Your permit assigns both a priority lot and a reserved space number within that lot. (Golden Chiefs Lots: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
  • Parking assignments are as follows: Donors who renew at the same level are assigned the same lot as the previous year (Unless otherwise requested via e-mail or phone). New assignments (anyone changing membership levels) are based on spaces available in lots at that level.
  • Motorhome parking assignments will be posted by 5pm each Wednesday of a home game.
  • Vehicles over 20 feet in length will not be permitted to park in the regular Booster lots as they will not fit in the defined parking/tailgating areas.  Golden, Platinum and Legacy Chief members with an oversized vehicle will be directed to Lot A to park in designated grass spots that are adjacent to the paved, reserved area.  Warrior, Tomahawk, and Silver Chief members with an oversized vehicle will be directed to park in the Master Craftsman lot on Gaines Street.  A valid, current year Seminole Booster parking permit must be presented when arriving at the lot entrance and must remain displayed in the rearview mirror for the entire time you are in the lot.  Parking in these lots is available on a first come, first served basis.

Football Priority Parking

Lot Directions
Lot Donation
Civic Center, shuttle passes for the Spirit Express* Minimum Renegade donation of $330
12, 13, 17, 19, 25 - 29 Minimum Warrior donation of $650
7, 9, 10, 11, 14, 16, 21, 22, 23 Minimum Tomahawk donation of $1,300
5, 8, 15 Minimum Silver Chief donation of $3,250
1 - 6 Minimum Golden Chief donation of $6,500

2019 Football Parking Map

Football Parking MapClick image to enlarge.

Parking Contacts

General Information
Booster Member, Motorhome & Charter Bus Parking
SeminoleBoosters@fsu.edu

Game Day Disabled Parking

Seminole Boosters can not issue or distribute Disabled Parking permits. If you have questions or need an application to apply for disabled game day parking please contact Transportation and Parking Services.

Also please note, if you are issued a game day parking permit through the ADA’s office, you will not be issued a Seminole Booster parking permit.

Transportation and Parking Services
104 N. Woodward Avenue
Tallahassee, FL 32306
Phone: (850) 644-5278
Fax: (850) 644-4999
Email: taps-dpp@fsu.edu

Motorhome Parking

Seminole Boosters who drive fully self-contained motorhomes to the home football games and who contribute at the Platinum Chief, Legacy Chief, Golden Chief, Silver Chief or Tomahawk levels are eligible to park their motorhome in the designated lots the weekend of home football games. Motorhome assignments will be sent via email to the same email address used during the registration process on Wednesday evening of each home game.

Game Date of Game Registration Opens Registration Closes
Syracuse 10/26/19 Monday – 10/21 at 9am Tuesday – 10/22 at noon
Miami 11/02/19 Monday – 10/28 at 9am Tuesday – 10/29 at noon
Alabama State 11/16/19 Monday – 11/11 at 9am Tuesday – 11/12 at noon

Motorhome Information & Policies (Updated: 04/19)

Motorhome Parking Map

Register for Motorhome Parking

Charter Bus Parking

The Charter Bus fee is $150.00 per bus, per game. Charter buses may park beginning 4 hours before kickoff. Buses must depart within 1 hour of the conclusion of the game. View parking directions below.

Charter Bus Parking Directions
From Tennessee Street, turn south onto Stadium Drive. Turning left on Call Street traveling east, turn right, travel south onto Chieftan Way. There, a Parking Attendant will check registration and issue permits. Buses will be direted to park on Chieftan Way, next to track, north of the intersection of Spirit Way.

Exit: All buses must exit east of the stadium on Pensacola St. Attendants will guide.

Charter Bus Parking Application

 

Basketball Parking Priority

Platinum, Golden and Silver Chiefs who are basketball season ticket holders will receive complimentary parking in the main lot of the Civic Center. Passes will be mailed to season ticket holders towards the end of October.

Coaches Clubs members who donate $300 or more to the men’s basketball program will receive a parking pass for the entire season as a part of their membership benefits.

If you would like more information about receiving a parking pass by joining the Coaches Clubs and supporting the Florida State Men’s Basketball, click on the link below and proceed with the online donation process for men’s basketball.

Join the Basketball Coaches Club

 

Baseball Parking Priority

Reserved parking for FSU Baseball games is available for Baseball Coaches Clubs members at the Bronze Level ($600) and above.

The parking spaces are located in Lot 11, just behind the baseball scoreboard in left field. There are no assigned parking spaces; parking is first come first serve. Reserved parking spots within the lot are available for Baseball Coaches Clubs members at the Gold Level ($3,000) and above. Parking passes are valid only for the regular season and not for NCAA Tournament play.

General Baseball Parking is available in other lots surrounding Dick Howser Stadium.

Join the Baseball Coaches Club