Season tickets for the Boise State football team’s 2019 home schedule are on sale now, and pricing for virtually all locations remains unchanged from last year, Bronco Athletics officials said Tuesday.
For the sixth time in seven seasons, ticket prices in the main stadium will not see an increase.
“Season ticket holders from this upcoming season will have the first opportunity to reserve their seat or upgrade in 2020 -- when a seven-game home schedule features nonconference games against BYU, Florida State and Georgia Southern, and MW match-ups with Colorado State, San Jose State, UNLV and Utah State,” said BSU Associate Athletic Director Joe Nickell in a news release.
“The only adjustments can be found in the north end zone, which increased from $99 to $125, and in the orange curves, which were expanded to include sections 102 and 129,” he added.
The Family Plan, which dropped by more than $80 this past season, also remains unchanged. Two adult and two junior tickets are available in the south end zone and curves for $616, a savings of nearly $175 from a few seasons ago, he said.
A single junior ticket (ages two through high school) in the south end zone is available for $149.
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 was sent to current season ticket holders this past week, and should have already hit their mail boxes,” Nickell said.
The 2019 schedule, announced Monday, includes three September home games.
The Broncos are coming off another ten-win season, the team’s 16th since joining what is now known as the Football Bowl Subdivision in 1996. The total is the second-highest in the country during that time (Ohio State, 18).
Boise State also concluded the 2018 season ranked in both the Associated Press (No. 23) and Coaches (No. 24) Polls.
Boise State is the winningest team in the country since 2000 (207-41; .835), and the Broncos’ record at home since 2000 is also the nation’s best (113-9; .926).