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    Q.  How do I purchase tickets to a baseball game?
    A.  A customer can purchase tickets online at, by calling the office at 919-865-1510, or by coming to the office located at 5400 Trinity Road.

    Q.  Are tickets available to all games?
    A.  Yes, however some games are limited to Wolfpack Club members only. These limited availability games are determined by the ticket office.

    Q.  Is the Frank Weedon Suite available for all games?
      No. The ticket office predetermines the availability. Call the ticket office at 919-865-1510 to find out if it is available for the game in which you are interested.

    Q.  What is the cost of the Frank Weedon Suite?
    A.  The Frank Weedon Suite is $240 per game and it accommodates up to 15 people. Please call the ticket office at 919-865-1510 to learn more about the suite options.

    Q.  Can I receive a refund if a game is rained out?
      No. The ticket will still be accepted for the time when the game is rescheduled.

    Q.  How early do the gates open?
    A.  The gates at Doak Field at Dail Park open 1 hour prior to the first pitch for non-conference games and 90 minutes prior to first pitch for conference games, as well as other select games. 

    Q.  Will I be able to watch batting practice before the game?
    A.  Select individuals will be allowed to watch batting practice prior to the game. Any person who is a Season Ticket Holder, a Recruit, Player & Coaches Guests, or a Scout will be allowed early entry to watch batting practice.

    Q.  Are children allowed on the grass at Doak Field at Dail Park?
      No. Children are not allowed on the grass hill.  The grass hill is reserved for NC State Student Seating.

    Q.  Are children required to be accompanied by an adult inside the stadium?
      Yes.  All children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult inside the stadium at all times.

    Q.  Are fans allowed to retrieve foul balls that land outside of the baseball stadium?
    A.  No. If a fan chooses to leave the baseball stadium to retrieve a foul ball they will not be allowed to re-enter the stadium.

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