Season Tickets Still Remain for 2010 Boise State Football Season

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BOISE, Idaho -- With the 2010 college football season starting today (Sept. 2) and continuing throughout weekend, Boise State University is still in the unique position of having season tickets available during the month of September. 

The Broncos home opener isn't till September 25th (Saturday), and individual game tickets don't go on sale to the public until September 15th (Wednesday).  This means an extra window for fans that have not purchased season tickets to take advantage of the opportunity.

Seating is still available throughout Bronco Stadium, with pricing starting for north end zone general admission at $201 for adults and $138 for juniors.  One of the new season ticket options this year is reserved seating in the south end zone, meaning fans will not have to wait in line for first come first serve general admission seats.  Prices are $249 for adults and $178 for juniors. 

Tickets also remain in the main core of the stadium for $346 and require a membership to the Bronco Athletic Association depending on the location.  A family plan in the curved areas of Bronco Stadium is $704 (2 adults and 2 junior tickets).

Season tickets are the only way to guarantee a seat for the home opener against Oregon State on September 25th.  Season ticketholders also have priority in purchasing additional individual game tickets, road tickets and bowl game tickets.

The Athletic Ticket Office is located at the base of the Stueckle Sky Center, next to the Bronco Shop.  Stop by Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or call 426-4737.