Fans are asked to please familiarize themselves with several new rules changes for Kyle Field in 2012, as well as several points of emphasis.
Unlike in years past, there is no re-entry or pass outs once you leave Kyle Field (per SEC rules). If there is something emergency in nature requiring you to need to exit and re-enter Kyle Field, please ask to speak to a gate Supervisor and they will be able to accommodate you.
As in the past, all bags entering Kyle Field will be searched. Fans are encouraged to not bring bags for faster entry.
NO ARTIFICIAL NOISEMAKERS
Per SEC regulations, no artificial noisemakers will be allowed inside Kyle Field.
NO E-TICKETS (NOW FLASH SEATS)
The e-ticket system is no longer in place at Kyle Field. The ticket office is using a new system, Flash Seats, which allows gatemen to print seat locators for fans that have pre-purchased tickets. This also eliminates the need for the ticket holder to have a paper ticket in their possession, as they now claim tickets by scanning their credit card, valid Texas driver's license or by scanning a barcode on their smart phone.
Click here for more on Flash Seats.
All fans are encouraged to tune to 1690 AM for up-to-date traffic information. For four hours both before and after the game, 1690 AM will be running traffic info-including delays.
Familiarize yourself with this map to help facilitate your movement around town on gameday.
Tailgate Guys is now the exclusive provider of reserved tailgating at Texas A&M. Fans can take advantage of a full range of turn-key tailgating services to guests and large groups.
COOL ZONE AREAS
The "Cool Zone" areas for fans to beat the heat this year are located in the following areas:
- Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium
- Read Building gymnasiums (enter underneath 2nd and 3rd decks on east side)
- mister fans on the 2nd deck, east side and 3rd deck, east side
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