Select Your Seat Set for May 9
May 1, 2018

BOISE, Idaho – Boise State Athletics will host a Select Your Seat Open House at Albertsons Stadium May 9 (Wednesday), an opportunity for non-season ticket holders to select, view and purchase season tickets for 2018 while testing the view from available locations.

The event will run from 4-6 p.m., and attendants will be on hand to help fans choose their seats and immediately purchase their tickets for the upcoming season.

Individuals are asked to enter Albertsons Stadium through the Allen Noble Hall of Fame Gallery, located at the southwest corner of the stadium. Parking is free in the West Stadium Lot.

Current season ticket holders will receive an invitation based on priority point ranking for an earlier opportunity to view, change or add seats at Albertsons Stadium.

The Blue will be open to those who attend the event.

The 2018 home schedule includes games against:

Connecticut (Saturday, Sept. 8)
San Diego State (Saturday, Oct. 6)
Colorado State (Friday, Oct. 19)
BYU (Saturday, Nov. 3)
Fresno State (Friday, Nov. 9)
Utah State (Saturday, Nov. 24)

Kickoff times for Colorado State (7 p.m.) and Fresno State (8:15 p.m.) have already been announced. The kick time for Connecticut is anticipated by mid-June, whereas determinations for the San Diego State, BYU and Utah State games will be made during the course of the regular season, generally within a 12-day window.

Season ticket prices have been reduced throughout Albertsons Stadium, and payment plans are available. To purchase, visit BroncoSports.com/tickets, or call the Athletic Ticket Office at (208) 426-4737.

The Broncos enter 2018 as the defending Mountain West Champions, returning 14 of their 19 all-conference honorees. Last season’s conference championship was the team's 13th since joining what is now the Football Bowl Subdivision in 1996, more than any school in the country. During that time the Broncos have also won 10-or-more games 15 times, a mark that ranks second nationally only to Ohio State (17).

Boise State is also 108-7 at Albertsons Stadium since 2000, the nation's highest home winning percentage (.939).


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