Promotion schedule released for 2022 Texas State football season – Corridor News


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SAN MARCOS — With less than 150 days to go until the home opener, Texas State Athletics announced the full slate of promotions for the 2022 Texas State football season, presented by HEB.

The promotional calendar is set to create something for everyone at every game as they cheer on the Bobcats in the 2022 season. This year, fans can expect t-shirt giveaways, themed events, free food for Texas State students, and special rates for groups such as healthcare workers, first responders, youth football teams, and more.

For all games, the Coca-Cola Fun Zone – featuring inflatables, face painting and poster making – as well as the Katzengarten presented by HEB will return and be available to all fans. The Katzengarten is a visual on-the-ground experience in the South Zone with unique food and beverage options, interactive and tailgate-style games and lounge space.

Texas State is also bringing back the postgame live music concert series with bands and dates to be announced later this summer.

A full breakdown of the six games with their promotions:

CRF – Home Opening and Black Out | friday september 9

  • Black Out – all fans are encouraged to wear black to “black out” Bobcat Stadium
  • All Texas State freshmen urged to ‘rush’ to the field before kickoff
  • Black Texas State T-Shirt Gift
  • Post-match fireworks
  • Free Pizza for Texas State Students

Houston Baptist – Youth Football Day | Saturday September 24

  • Special rates for young football players and teams
  • Bobcat Kids Club, presented by Acuity Eyecare, members are invited to the field for warm-ups
  • Texas State Koozies Gift
  • Scout Day and Badge Opportunity
  • Free Tacos for Texas State Students

Application Status – Family Weekend and Brown Clothes | Saturday October 8

  • Wear brown to fill the bleachers at Bobcat Stadium
  • Texas State Brown Rally Towels Gift
  • family weekend
  • Special Ticket for Healthcare Worker Appreciation Day
  • Free Hot Dogs for Texas State Students

Miss South – Reunion | Saturday October 22

  • Texas State Pompom Contest
  • Back home
  • comeback game
  • Free Fries for Texas State Students

Arkansas State – Spirit Day & White Out | Saturday November 19

  • White Out – all fans are encouraged to wear white to “whiten” Bobcat Stadium
  • Texas State White T-Shirt Discount
  • Young cheerleaders, dancers and band members perform on the field
  • Heroes and First Responders Day Special Ticket
  • Collection of preserves
  • Free Popcorn for Texas State Students

Louisiana – Senior Day & “T” Association Day | Saturday November 26

  • Texas State Thundersticks Gift
  • Senior Day – Pre-game ceremony for Texas State football seniors
  • Association “T” Day and Hall of Honor Recognitions
  • Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day
  • Holiday Toy Drive
  • Free Hot Chocolate for Texas State Students

Fans can take advantage of all promotions for the six-game home schedule by purchasing their season tickets today at Season tickets start at $80 for the general public and $70 for special groups, which include Texas State faculty and staff, recent Texas State alumni (’17 -’21), members of the Bobcat Club and members of the “T” Association.

Fans who purchase season tickets can also gain access to the new and improved priority reserved section on the west side of Bobcat Stadium (sections 101-105). Wider, more user-friendly fixed chairbacks keep Bobcat fans close to the action and behind the Texas State bench.

For past season ticket holders, the deadline to renew tickets and retain their seat preference is Friday, May 20. Renewals can be made over the phone through the Texas State Athletics box office by calling 512-245-2272.

Texas State students can attend all home football games for free with a valid Texas State University ID.

Mini-plans and single tickets will go on sale over the summer.

Texas State kicks off the season in Nevada on Saturday, September 3. Under fourth-year head coach Jake Spavital, the Bobcats return 15 starters, including nine on the offensive side.


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