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BSU 2020 season tickets now on sale

Posted: 11:40 AM, Nov 18, 2019
Updated: 2019-11-18 13:54:11-05

BOISE, Idaho — Season tickets for the BSU Broncos’ 2020 season, and the 50th Anniversary of Albertsons Stadium, went on sale Monday. And, according to Director of Athletics Curt Apsey, season ticket prices in the main stadium will not increase.

Some say the seven-game home schedule is perhaps the strongest home slate in the history of the Boise State football team.

The 2020 schedule includes nonconference games against Florida State (Sept. 19), BYU (Nov. 7) and Georgia Southern (Sept. 5), and conference games against Colorado State, San Jose State, UNLV and Utah State. Dates for the Broncos’ conference games have yet to be announced, and nonconference games are subject to shifting to Thursday or Friday for national television.

Season ticket holders will have priority for purchasing additional single-game and away game tickets.

“The early on-sale date for season tickets will allow for a six-month payment plan option, and gives fans the opportunity to give the gift of Bronco Football for Christmas,” said BSU Associate Athletic Director Joe Nickell.

“The only adjustments to last year’s pricing structure can be found in section 126, a main stadium location, where the Bronco Athletic Association per-seat contribution has been removed -- and the north end zone, which increased to $149. Additionally, a $9 fee per season ticket has been added for capital improvements. And the per-seat contribution for red and blue sections of the stadium has increased slightly,” Nickell explained.

New season ticket holders can purchase tickets at BroncoSports.com/tickets or by calling the Athletic Ticket Office at (208) 426-4737. They will have the opportunity to select their seat location.

Renewal information will be sent via e-mail to current season ticket holders.

Boise State, currently 9-1 and ranked Nos. 19 and 20 in the Coaches and Associated Press Polls, respectively, is in the midst of its 22nd-straight season with a winning record -- the longest active streak in the nation, the 15th-longest streak in NCAA history and the longest by a Group of Five school all-time.