For the fourth time in five years, Boise State football season ticket prices have remained the same. Season tickets went on sale Thursday.
Ticket prices start at $165 for individuals, while the Broncos’ family plan is $699, a decrease from $790 last year. That plan includes two adult tickets and two junior tickets. Additional junior tickets can be purchased for $95 for the season, and tickets can be upgraded from junior to adult on a per-game basis for $39.
Season ticket renewals are online at www.broncosports.com/tickets/season-ticket-renewals.html. New orders can be placed by calling the ticket office at 426-4737. New perks of owning season tickets include the opportunity to take family holiday photos on the Blue and an invitation to a spring event with the team. Those renewing tickets have until May 1 to do so, and doing it earlier earns more entries into sweepstakes that include prizes like facilities tours, pre-game sideline passes, and team-issued gear.
“In addition to leaving ticket prices where they’ve been, we have really tried to focus on ways that we can add value to those individuals purchasing season tickets,” Athletic Director Curt Apsey said in a statement. “Giving people behind-the-scenes access to our program and adding incentives throughout the year is one way we can do that.”
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Apsey also added that “We need our fans more now than we ever have” in his statement. Boise State sold 19,529 season tickets last year, the fewest since 2006, when Albertsons Stadium had a capacity of about 6,000 less than it holds today.
Click here for new season ticket information, with per-seat prices ranging from $165 to $390. Some seats, most closer to the 50-yard line, require a one-time contribution of $75-$475 to the Bronco Athletic Association.
BSU SEASON TICKET SALES
▪ 2016: 19,529
▪ 2015: 21,373
▪ 2014: 21,139
▪ 2013: 22,416
▪ 2012: 24,109
▪ 2011: 24,020
▪ 2010: 22,994
▪ 2009: 21,767
▪ 2008: 22,380
▪ 2007: 20,904
▪ 2006: 19,494