Travel Packages To The BCS National Championship Game

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By: Emily Johnson
December 9, 2013

Tallahassee, FL - Unconquered and unblemished may sum up the FSU football season thus far. All that's left is a trip to the holy grail of college football, the Rose Bowl stadium for the BCS National Championship Game in Pasadena, California, against Auburn University January 6, 2014.

"First time we've ever played in the Rose Bowl and so I think people realize this is an once in a lifetime opportunity. They're really getting on board and so it's going to be very exciting," said Scott Atwell, FSU Alumni Association President. FSU students definitely agree. "I believe we're really pumped about it, we have a lot of school spirit here regardless of our football season and this just kind of amplifies it. It's crazy here," said FSU student Jordyn Ghanem.

For travel agencies in town the calls have been flooding in with people asking about travel packages to Pasadena. Triple A started booking travel packages last week. "Well their biggest concern is tickets of course, second concern is hotels and the third concern would be transportation to and from Tallahassee," said Don Schwartz, Field Manager at Triple A.

Here is a list of some of the amenities included in travel packages in town. For a more detailed list please contact the travel agency themselves.

Triple A's travel package is $2400 per person. It includes 3 nights in a hotel, transfer to/from the Rose Bowl stadium and a BCS Championship ticket with ungraded seats upon request. Air fare is separate. For more information you can reach them at 850-907-1000

Sun World Travel's travel package is $1899 per person based on double occupancy. It includes 3 nights in hotel, transfer to/from Rose Bowl stadium and end zone location tickets. Air fare is separate.
For information on the travel package you can reach them at 850-681-9076.

The Seminole Boosters are also getting a travel package together. For information on their travel package you can visit the website

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