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4,000 spectators will attend NC State’s upcoming home football game against Duke

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NC State is allowed to fill Carter-Finley Stadium up to seven percent of the venue’s capacity, and the school is going to do just that for the Pack’s upcoming game against Duke. About 4,000 tickets will be distributed, but you’re gonna need to be a high up the Wolfpack Club pecking order to get your hands on one. (Unless you’re an undergrad.)

Half of the allotment will go to NC State students, while another 600 will be given to the players and football staff members for their families. That doesn’t leave a whole lot of opportunity for alums, and NCSU will be prioritizing season-ticket holders who donated to the Preserve the Pack fund:

2020 season ticket-holders who donated to Preserve the Pack will have the opportunity to request tickets based upon campaign tiers. Season ticket-holders will receive direct correspondence from the ticket office.

This setup applies only to the Duke game, since NC State won’t play another game at Carter-Finley until November, and by then attendance restrictions may have been loosened further. NC State will adjust accordingly.

The NCSU-Duke game is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. ET on Oct. 17. Alas, there is no tailgating allowed.