The glory of watching your school compete in a title game may be priceless, but let’s face it, college football fans – being on hand to watch it live can put a serious burden on your wallet. While a general onsale provides thousands of fans with access to tickets, thousands more are left scrambling to lock down seats on the secondary market as recipients of huge price premiums.
Enter ShooWin.com, a company dedicated to giving fans access to primary tickets for some of the biggest college football games this season. ShooWin uses a reservation fee that fans purchase to give them complete access to tickets to the Allstate Sugar Bowl, Big Ten Championship Game and, perhaps most importantly, the 2017 National Championship Game in Tampa once they go on sale.
The buying process is simple. After picking their team and game, fans will then be prompted to select a seating zone for that particular game and then pay the reservation fee (starting from as low as $10 depending on team and game). If that team qualifies for the selected game later in the season, then fans will automatically be charged for the price of a ticket in the seating zone they selected when placing their reservation. An email will follow containing all fulfillment details.
So how does ShooWin get ahold of tickets to those three games? According to the company’s official website, ShooWin partners with teams, leagues and many other ticket industry leaders to secure inventory for promoted games. As long as the selected team makes it to the chosen game fans reserved, primary tickets are guaranteed to be available for purchase through ShooWin. Note that paying the reservation fee does not mean tickets are already bought; an additional fee will be charged for tickets if the selected team qualifies for that game chosen. An additional transaction fee applies to all checkouts.
Title season is still a few months away, but it’s never too early to start thinking about being there for the big game. With ShooWin, fans have the opportunity to lock down seats for their favorite team while saving a bundle at the box office in the process.