As it looks to adapt amidst the coronavirus, Wake Forest will exclusively offer single-game ticketing options for home games during the 2020 football season.
Current season-ticket holders who plan to attend games at newly-named Truist Field will be able to obtain tickets on a game-by-game basis.
However, there are three options for season-ticket holder who don’t plan to attend games. The measures look very similar to the options North Carolina present season-ticket holders with, too.
- Donate season ticket purchases to the athletics scholarship fund
- Roll over season ticket purchases to a 2021 season ticket order
- Receive a full refund on season ticket purchases
According to a report from Conor O’Neill at the Winston-Salem Journal, Wake Forest will require facial masks and social distancing at Truist Field.
Story form on Wake Forest moving to single-game ticketing only for football season — and the in lieu of that, the options for season ticket holders now: https://t.co/7qDuLPHRFJ
— Conor O'Neill (@ConorONeillWSJ) August 4, 2020
- Notre Dame
- Virginia Tech
Wake Forest and Appalachian State were initially scheduled to play one another during the 2020 season. On Tuesday, the Sun Belt Conference announced an eight-game league schedule, with the flexibility for teams to add up to four non-conference games.
The 2020 Sun Belt Conference football season will be comprised of an eight-conference game schedule with an option for each member to add as many as four non-conference opponents, beginning with Week 0.
So, they're going to try for something close to their regular season.
— Nicole Auerbach 😷 (@NicoleAuerbach) August 4, 2020
Assuming that App State is willing to comply for ACC-regulated procedures for out-of-conference games, then this matchup could potentially be a go, again. Considering the short distance between the two campuses, it works in that regard, too.