The reservation process continues for two weeks through various levels of season-ticket holders before it opens to the public Dec. 11, if tickets are still available on that date.
Tickets cost $150.
The 10th-ranked Broncos (12-0) are expected to play the Big 12 champion in the Fiesta Bowl on Jan. 1 in Glendale, Ariz. However, the official invitation won't come until Sunday.
Here are answers to some common questions Monday:
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• If you and your friends have different levels of season tickets and want to sit together, buy your tickets together on the day assigned to the person with the lowest priority.
• Seat assignments will be made by BSU after the bowl invitation becomes official and the school has a seating map.
• Parking will be free in the east Bronco Stadium lot during the sales process. The Athletic Ticket Office is open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Also, BSU is pre-selling Fiesta Bowl parking passes ($30 for cars, $95 for RVs) and tailgate party tickets ($20 including meal).
Here's the schedule for ticket orders:
Today: Presidents Club, University Club, Football Lifetime and Football Coaches' Club members can reserve tickets.
Wednesday-Thursday: Wrangler level season-ticket holders.
Friday: Roughrider level season-ticket holders.
Monday: Buckaroo level season-ticket holders.
Dec. 5-6: Bronco level season-ticket holders.
Dec. 7-8: Non-priority season-ticket holders (including family plans and end zones).
Dec. 9: BSU students and staff.
Dec. 11 and thereafter: General public.Season-ticket holders can reserve as many bowl tickets as they have season tickets. They also can reserve additional tickets, but those requests will be filled only after all season-ticket holders and students have had a chance to purchase tickets.
BSU sold 19,467 season tickets this season. The school has 17,500 bowl tickets to sell.
All orders must be placed at the ticket office or by phone (426-4737). Only Visa, MasterCard and cash will be accepted.