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You can get your 2018 Boise State football season tickets now — and some prices fell

Boise State cornerback Tyler Horton (14) celebrates with his teammates after the Broncos defeated Fresno State 17-14 in the Mountain West championship Dec. 2 at Albertsons Stadium in Boise.
Boise State cornerback Tyler Horton (14) celebrates with his teammates after the Broncos defeated Fresno State 17-14 in the Mountain West championship Dec. 2 at Albertsons Stadium in Boise. doswald@idahostatesman.com

The Boise State football team has plenty of talent in line to return next season, and the Broncos hope fans are eager to see what’s in store.

On Monday, season-ticket pricing for the 2018 campaign was announced, and in some areas, tickets are cheaper than 2017. Most prices remain the same.

North End Zone season tickets are $99 (they were $165 this season), while the family plan — two adult and two junior tickets — is available in the South End Zone and curves for $616, $83 less than in 2017.

Tickets in the main stadium remain the same, $390, for the fifth time in six seasons, with a per-seat contribution of $75 to $475 to the Bronco Athletic Association, depending on location. Click here for a pricing map.

New season-ticket purchases made until Dec. 22 will include a gift pack from the Bronco Shop valued at more than $75.

New season-ticket holders can purchase tickets at BroncoSports.com/tickets or by calling the Athletic Ticket Office at (208) 426-4737, and they will have the opportunity to select their seat location. Season-ticket holders will receive renewal information in January, and will have an opportunity to relocate seats.

On the home schedule for 2018 are UConn, BYU, Fresno State, Utah State, San Diego State and Colorado State. Four of Boise State’s starters are seniors, so barring injury or attrition, the Broncos will be among the most experienced teams in the nation.

Albertsons Stadium’s average attendance of 31,126 this season was the lowest since 2007 and the 17,633 season tickets sold was the lowest total since 2004.

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