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The Vanderbilt Commodores have qualified for their first-ever NCAA College World Series. The CWS is scheduled to take place from June 18 – June 29 in Omaha, Neb., at TD Ameritrade Park. The number of tickets allotted to Vanderbilt is extremely limited and will be assigned on a priority basis. Below is the timeline for fans that are interested in ordering tickets for the College World Series. Tickets purchased through the Vanderbilt Ticket Office will only be for the games that the Commodores are participating in, and by purchasing the Vanderbilt package, fans are committing to buying tickets to every game that the Commodores play.
Cost of tickets is $31 for each game (which includes processing fees). Fans who qualify for the Vanderbilt package will be charged initially for the first two games for a total of $62 per seat. All subsequent games will be automatically charged on their credit card before the Commodores play.
Save time on gameday and pick up your tickets at the hotel. An early will call will be in the Hilton Garden Inn lobby from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday. You will need your ID to pick up your tickets. Will call tickets will then be available after 11 a.m. Friday at the stadium, adjacent to Gate 2.
If you are unable to use your tickets for any remaining College World Series games, please send an e-mail to the person you are authorizing to pick up your tickets. Have that person print your authorization e-mail and bring it to will call when they pick up the tickets.
To place your request for College World Series tickets, please follow the timeline above and call the Vanderbilt Ticket Office at 615-322-GOLD (4653) or visit the Vanderbilt Ticket Office at the McGugin Center, located at 2601 Jess Neely Drive. All times are central.
Fans that do not qualify for tickets in the Vanderbilt package are encouraged to visit the NCAA website to attempt to order additional tickets.
A portion of the Vanderbilt block of tickets have been earmarked for students who are interested in cheering on the Commodores in Omaha. Students should contact the Vanderbilt Ticket Office at 615-322-GOLD to put in their ticket request. Tickets are not guaranteed for students and are subject to the same charges as described above.
Vanderbilt Athletics is working with Anthony Travel to provide fans with full-service personal travel options. Visit their website or call (888) 632-6951 for more information during your ticket ordering time (listed above). Because the College World Series stretches over 12 days, there will be no group travel package.
Hotel Deco, which opened June 1, 2011, is now offering a preferred rate for Vanderbilt fans coming to the College World Series. The rate is $235 and includes a complimentary shuttle to TD Ameritrade Park.
1504 Harney Street
Omaha, NE 68102
402-991-4981 EX: 2251 (o)
First, do not panic. If you’ve followed the news recently, you are likely aware that the Missouri River, which borders Nebraska and Iowa, is flooding. The flooding in the area should not prevent you from driving to Omaha, but it will be important to monitor the situation in case there are future road closings.
TD Ameritrade Park has not been affected by the flooding.
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