Ticketing Info for 10/9
All Marching Tiger families,
It was brought to my attention at 1:00pm that OHSAA will be handling the online ticketing for Friday's game. Please do not attempt to buy tickets for Friday on our Hometown Ticketing website; you will not find them.
Here is what you need to know regarding ticketing:
- Tickets are $12, the surcharge will be included in your ticket price.
- Seats are general admission. Parents will be asked to sit on a numbered seat in the stadium.
- Codes will NOT be student id numbers. They will be emailed to you via the booster email address.
- All codes are for two tickets. We are hoping to get this corrected though OHSAA for round 2 of the playoffs.
Because the passcodes allow the parent access to obtain two tickets, we will initially send all Senior parents a passcode for their family. These passcodes will go 'live' at 9:00am tomorrow morning. Senior parents: we ask that you buy your tickets ASAP tomorrow morning.
All underclassmen families will be sent a google form to fill out in order to declare interest in purchasing two tickets. We will then issue passcodes to underclassmen families on a first come first serve basis. We will issue codes until our allotment for band tickets are sold out. All passcodes will be for two tickets. We will start the process of issuing passcodes to underclassmen families using the prescribed process starting tomorrow afternoon.
I realize this isn't ideal and we had to essentially change the "ticketing game". However, given the situation handed to us from OHSAA, ALL of Pickerington is scrambling to provide our community with the opportunity to attend this week's playoff games.
I would like to make it clear this is not an issue created by the PHSC Band Boosters or the PLSD school district. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.
Best wishes and please email me directly with any further questions.
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Mr. Stowe is Director of Bands at Pickerington High School Central. He's in his 9th year of teaching in Pickerington and 17th year of his career. Mr. Stowe holds two Bachelors degrees in Music Education and Performance from Capital University and a Masters of Music from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.