Single-game Ticket Date
Aug. 2, 2016

BOISE, Idaho – Boise State football single-game tickets will go on sale to season ticket holders Aug. 22, and to the general public, Aug. 29. Season ticket holders will purchase by priority rank the week of Aug. 22, and any remaining seats will be available to the general public beginning on Aug. 29.

Tickets for the Broncos’ nonconference games – against Washington State (Sept. 10) and BYU (Oct. 20) – range from $49 in the north end zone (general admission) to $90 in the main stadium. For Mountain West games – against Utah State (Oct. 1), Colorado State (Oct. 15), San Jose State (Nov. 4) and UNLV (Nov. 18) – prices in the same sections range from $29 to $75, respectively.

Seating in the curves and south end zone is also available for $55 for conference games, and $65 for nonconference games.

A discounted rate is available for seniors and juniors, and a complete single-game pricing map for each game can be found HERE.

“We have a great home schedule in 2016, and we have a number of things in store throughout the season as we celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Blue and the 10th anniversary of our first Fiesta Bowl victory,” Director of Athletics Curt Apsey said. “Although single-game tickets are scheduled to go on sale later this month, the only way to guarantee a seat to a particular game is to either become a season ticket holder, or to purchase a mini plan.”

Season tickets, featuring the best seating options and a seat to all six home games, begin at $165.

Mini plans are available in select areas, beginning at $155. The Blue Plan includes Washington State, Colorado State and San Jose State, while the Orange Plan includes Utah State, BYU and UNLV.

To purchase season tickets or a mini plan before single-game tickets go on sale, visit BroncoSports.com/tickets or call (208) 426-4737.


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