Duke students won't have to pay for bowl tickets

By Tom Fornelli | College Football Writer

That sign would cost a Duke student more than a bowl ticket
That sign would cost a Duke student more than a bowl ticket. (USATSI)

Are you a Duke student that recently became aware of the fact your school also has a football team? Were you hoping to go see that football team in Atlanta for the Chick-fil-A Bowl against Texas A&M on New Year's Eve?

If so, there's good news for you. Those tickets won't cost you a penny.

According to The Chronicle, thanks to alumni donations, Duke students can get free tickets to the game. All they have to do is head to the ticket office at Cameron Indoor Stadium on Tuesday or Wednesday to pick them up.

Of course, travel expenses will need to be paid by the student, but it's still a pretty good deal. The tickets for the game cost $90 apiece.

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