Jan. 29, 2014
BOISE, Idaho - Boise State football season tickets for 2014 will go on sale Monday (Feb. 3), and for the first time in more than a decade, ticket prices will not increase.
Ticket prices for each section are unchanged from 2013, with the exception of the North End Zone, which dropped to $155 (from $230).
Each of Boise State's six home opponents competed in a bowl game at the conclusion of the 2013 season, and each won more than eight games. Louisiana (Sept. 20) and BYU (Oct. 25) will play nonconference games in Boise in 2014, and Colorado State, Fresno State, San Diego State and Utah State will all make appearances at Bronco Stadium during Mountain West play.
Pricing options for season tickets can be found below, and in the seating chart HERE.
Non-Priority North End Zone General Admission - $155
Non-Priority South End Zone Reserved - $283
Non-Priority Reserved - $330
Priority Sections - $390
Family plans are also available for $786, which includes tickets for two adults and two children. Additional junior tickets can be added for $83.
For priority sections, a Bronco Athletic Association Per-Seat Contribution is required, though that will also remain unchanged for 2014-15.
Season ticket holders save nearly 15 percent off the single-game ticket price, and those who purchase now will have priority to upgrade their seats in May.
Renewals for current season ticket holders will be mailed in February, and renewals will also be available online.