Season tickets for Boise State football have increased by $10 for adults, $5 for juniors and $20 for family plans this year, according to prices announced by the school Monday.
Some fans will pay larger increases because of changes to the Bronco Athletic Association's priority seating program.
The prices in that program are largely unchanged. But in the past fans in higher-end membership categories were allowed to buy tickets in lower-priority categories at a per-ticket price less than that paid by members in those categories. That loophole has been removed.
Season tickets in the main core of the stadium will cost $390 this year. That includes tickets to six home games and the 2014 Spring Game.
The core of the stadium requires BAA memberships, which are now priced per seat. The membership prices are $475 Wrangler, $325 Roughrider, $240 Buckaroo (an increase of $2.50) and $75 Bronco.
Prices in non-priority sections are:
$330 for the southeast and southwest corners.
$283 adults and $204 juniors for the south end zone (reserved).
$230 adults and $160 juniors for the north end zone (general admission).
$786 for family plans (two adults, two juniors). Additional junior tickets are $83.
The deadline for fans to renew their tickets is May 10. Fans wanting to upgrade will be able to attend Select-Your-Seat Days at the stadium June 18-20. Fans on the reservation list and the general public can attend June 21.
Season-ticket holders get first crack at tickets to road games, including the Aug. 31 opener at Washington. Requests for those games will be accepted June 4-14 and filled based on a new priority points system. Boise State has about 3,000 tickets for the Washington game (they'll cost nearly $100).
Individual-game tickets will go on sale in late August or early September.
Boise State's opponents have been announced for this season but dates and times have not been determined by the Mountain West and its TV partners. The home opponents are Tennessee Martin (Sept. 7), Southern Miss (Sept. 28), Air Force, Nevada, New Mexico and Wyoming.
Chadd Cripe: 377-6398, Twitter: @IDS_BroncoBeat