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(Mon) November 14, 2016

HHSAA state football championship tickets on sale this week

Tickets for the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Football State Championships are on sale beginning Monday, Nov. 14, at the Aloha Stadium box office and all Oahu First Hawaiian Bank branch locations.

Title sponsor First Hawaiian Bank is once again helping to alleviate long lines at the box office by selling special discounted general admission tickets for $10 during their business hours through game day, while supplies last.  FHB conveniently 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 or on the GoFan app on any smart phone.

GoFan, is free to download on both the Apple and Android stores. Once in the app, fans can search for HHSAA, select the event and quantity of tickets, purchase tickets using a credit card, then tickets can be redeemed at the admission gate for entry. It is a mobile only system, so fans must have a smart phone with Internet access at the gate to redeem their ticket. Entry for digital tickets will be at Aloha Stadium Gate 4 only.

The Aloha Stadium box office accepts cash only and are open Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.  On game day, the box office opens at 5:30 p.m. through halftime of the last game. 

Ticket prices at the stadium box office and GoFan are $14 general admission, and $6 for students grades K-12 and seniors ages 62 and over. There is a convenience fee added per ticket on the GoFan app.

“The HHSAA would like to thank First Hawaiian Bank for providing this outstanding service to our football supporters,” said Chris Chun, executive director of the HHSAA.  “We experience a high volume of game-day ticket purchases, so those that take advantage of this special offer will have the convenience of walking directly to the admission gates. The HHSAA is grateful for First Hawaiian Bank’s long standing support of Hawaii high school athletics.”