2002 Football Single Game Ticket Information • There are no changes in the single game ticket prices from the 2001 season. • There will be two (2) “premium” games, Homecoming and Air Force, where there are no discount or group tickets sold. The base ticket prices for premium games are $28 in the stadium and $35 in the loge, compared to $24 and $30 for the other 4 games of the season. • The price of the 2002 Army-Navy game ticket, to be played at Giants Stadium on 7 December 2002, will be $40. This figure was established by the NJSEA, after consultation and negotiation with the AAA and the NAAA. • 4) Please note that construction of Hoffman Press Box will reduce the capacity of Michie Stadium by approximately 1,700 seats, and will require the relocation of some season ticket holders in section U-12.
2002 Football Season Ticket Information • Price increases in each category reflect a 6-game home schedule, compared to 5 games in 2001. • The “Field Goal Plan” ($76) consists of 3 games – Holy Cross, the 2nd home game of the year (C-USA opponent) and Air Force. This package will be featured in a direct mail campaign to non-subscriber USMA grads who live within a 3-hour radius. “Field Goal Plan” subscribers get reserved parking (H-Lot) and an option to buy the same number of Navy tickets as well. Excellent choice for cadet parents. • The “Fun Zone” price (2,657 tickets sold in ’01) has been adjusted from • $75 to $96. This package includes 4 end zone tickets for 3 home games, excluding Air Force and Homecoming and is marketed to families due to its relative cost efficiency. This package does not include reserved parking, but does feature the option to buy the same number of Navy tickets.
HOW CADET PARENTS CAN ACCESS ARMY-NAVY 2002 TICKETS 1) By becoming an Army football season ticket holder, you may purchase as many Army-Navy tickets as you do season tickets. 2) By joining the Army “A” Club (minimum annual contribution of $50), you may purchase as many Army-Navy tickets as your level of giving permits. For example, a $50 donor may purchase up to 4 tickets (priority section, by giving level) – subject to availability. 3) Each Cadet is entitled to purchase up to 4 tickets in the Cadet guest area which is adjacent to the Corps in the lower deck, and above the Corps in the upper deck – subject to availability. 4) Group purchases for individual parents clubs are only possible if the club makes an “A” Club contribution, or places orders as individual “A” Club donors along with a “sit together” request. 5) All tickets for this year’s game are $40 each, and the order deadline is 14 June. BUY NOW – THE GAME MAY SELL OUT EARLY!
Army “A” Club Data – Fund Year 2001 Thanks to the support of various key USMA constituents (including cadet parents), the Army “A” Club reached a new high in annual contributions during the 2001 fund year. Improving private giving annually is a key to the achievement of the Army Athletic Association’s mission. Nearly 80% of AAA operating funds are derived from various external sources, including contributions. CategoryFund Year 2000Fund Year 2001 “A” Club Donation Income $ 1,165,336 $ 1,599,686 “A” Club Donors 2,586 7,235 AAA Membership Income $ 162,680 Not Applicable “A” Club Donations by Former Not Applicable $ 433,962 AAA Members “A” Club Donations by Lifetime Not Applicable $ 114,868 AAA Members Donation Income Increased By---------------------------------------------------$ 271,970 17%