State football tickets on sale Monday

Fans who are expecting to pick up both adult and youth/student tickets for the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Football State Championships at First Hawaiian Bank will have to adjust their plans a bit.

Only adult tickets are being sold at FHB. Student tickets are available at schools or the stadium.

“It was too hard for them to sell two different denominations,” HHSAA Executive Director Chris Chun said. “The bank only sells the adult tickets. The student tickets we actually gave the schools to sell today (Tuesday). So they can either buy them at the school or the (Aloha Stadium) box office.”


The release from the HHSAA:

Tickets for the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Football State Championship doubleheader go on sale Monday, Nov. 16, at the Aloha Stadium box office and all Oahu First Hawaiian Bank branch locations.


The teams are set for the Friday, Nov. 20 finale at Aloha Stadium, and title sponsor First Hawaiian Bank is helping alleviate long lines by selling special discounted general admission tickets for $9 during their business hours through game day, while supplies last.

FHB accepts cash, checks, Visa Card, Master Card, and travelers checks.
Senior and student tickets will not be available at FHB branches, but may be purchased ahead of time at the Aloha Stadium main box office during their business hours (M-Th 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Friday 9:00 a.m. to halftime of Division I game).


Tickets at the Aloha Stadium box office are $12 general admission, and $5 for students grades K-12 and seniors ages 62 and over. Stadium transactions are cash only.
The Division II title game features OIA champion #2 Radford (12-0) and KIF champion #1 Kapaa (9-0), kicking off at 4:30 p.m., followed by the Division I championship between ILH champion #2 Saint Louis (9-1) and OIA champion #1 Kahuku (12-0) at 7:30 p.m.

“The HHSAA thanks First Hawaiian Bank for allowing their branches to sell general admission tickets at this special price,” said Chris Chun, executive director of the HHSAA. “The HHSAA appreciates First Hawaiian Bank’s long standing support of Hawaii high school athletics through their title sponsorship of our football and canoe paddling state championships.”

COMMENTS

  1. EwaEwa November 15, 2015 2:31 pm

    Can we get half off our tickets by using the keyword “STARADVERTISER” ?

    Because I have been emotionally effected over the entire High School football season with numerous one-sided articles posted by the star advertiser groupies praising and worshipping the Mililani Trojans, even giving them 1st place votes after losing a game. To the extent that I was expecting Mililani to be in the title game but now they are not.

    So can I get half off because I was lied too?

    LOL JK


  2. Lee Boy November 15, 2015 4:15 pm

    Oh look is bad comidian EwaEwa and he wants free tickets. Another bad joke, Lmao


  3. Realistic November 15, 2015 4:45 pm

    I say we party at GoodStory/GoBigRed’s 100GB download speed trailer park home! With all that extra $20-$30 he saved all year he should enough to buy 5 people a cup o noodle and maybe a passion orange drink. Everyone gotta bring their own folding chair since the trailer seats 3. And not forget the aluminum foil for them rabbit ears!


  4. 88 November 15, 2015 4:48 pm

    Hey, if it isn’t the Mckinley School for Adults Super Citizen. How you doing buddy?


  5. EwaEwa November 15, 2015 8:50 pm

    Lee boy are you “lmao” at my joke or your own joke? Cause only idiots laugh at their own jokes!


  6. Realistic November 15, 2015 9:16 pm

    How are you doing buddy, the guy who flunked out of both the Kalaheo and McKinley School for adults? How are your other pseudonyms doing? You know GoBigRed and Good Story.

    You know what is funny. I was talking to your mom the other night after I took her home. She told me that when you took your SAT, you never even got the free points for writing your name. She told me that no matter how hard you tried you couldn’t spell it. That’s why you came up with the Screen Name 88. She sad your favorite number was 100, but you couldn’t count that high so you picked 88. She also said one of your favorite players of all time, Itula Mili wore #88 during a few practices so since you couldn’t get on the field, you chose to adore him.

    This is the story of how 88 has come to be…


  7. 88 November 15, 2015 9:57 pm

    Isnt it funny that both our favorite number is 100. I like it cause its a number and you like it cause its the number of pumps Mr. Chang used to give you.


  8. 88 November 15, 2015 9:58 pm

    And thats the story of how REALISTIC came to be……..


  9. realistic November 16, 2015 11:06 am

    I have to admit 88, he did say I was better than you! He said you were “too loose” from all of your sessions with the Marys (boys).

    Just imagine if Cliff’s Notes made arithmetic for math? You would have been able to get out of the 1st grade and you wouldn’t need you use your fingers to count.

    #tiredofwinning


  10. Lee Boy November 16, 2015 11:46 am

    @EwaEwa- in that case you just admitting that your are an idiot. Just read your first post brah, do you even think before you make a comment


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