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I have a family member who's in a wheelchair and wants to attend the ND game. Are there special disabled seating tickets one has to buy from the ticketing office or can you enter with any ticket and then sit in a designated handicap seating section? I'm assuming the disabled seating area allows a companion to sit as well?
Anyone know? TIA
Yes, they have special seating...although, this is a big game, might not have any left. My friend's dad is in a chair and has awesome seats (allowed 2, one for caregiver). He's an alum though, and long standing season ticket holder....don't know if that makes a difference.
Call the ticket office and explain.
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"Here are provided seats of meditative joy, where shall rise again the destined reign of Troy." Virgil
Thanks. I'll call the ticket office and see if they have any tickets left. Big game but not sure if many people will show up given our record.
If our own fickle fans dump on our team and sell out...there will be a huge Irish representation in the Coliseum. Sad, but true.
Yes start with the ticket office.
If you have a "regular" ticket you can't sit in the handicap section, but you can exchange it at will call before the game but only if available.
Also they can be found on the online ticket sites - they will have the section as WC# (# = sec number).
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