Tier 3 Season Tickets Sold Out
Aug. 28, 2010
Kansas Athletics introduced a new tiered pricing structure for the 2010 football season as a way to give Jayhawk fans more options when purchasing tickets.
This week Kansas Athletics announced the $199 Tier 3 season ticket is sold out for the season. A limited amount of single game tickets are available at the Tier 3 level.
The $350 Tier 1, $299 Tier 2 season tickets and $499 family plan, which includes two adult and two youth season tickets, are still available.
Single game tickets went on sale to the public on August 16. The September 11 game against #16 Georgia Tech, October 14 Dillons Sunflower Showdown against Kansas State and October 23 Homecoming matchup against Texas A&M are all nearing capacity and fans are encouraged to buy tickets early.
On August 16 Kansas Athletics also announced the following ticket packages and promotions.
General Admission Family Four-Pack: For just $99, fans can receive two adult and two youth general admission tickets (located in section 12-16) for any home game. This is the first time Kansas Athletics has offered a single-game package in the Family Zone.
Saturdays in September Four-Packs (Tier 2 Reserved Seating): Fans can purchase four Tier 2 tickets to the North Dakota State and New Mexico State home games for just $160 (a savings of $80). For the September 11 game against Georgia Tech fans can purchase a four-pack for $200 (a savings of $80).
Big 12 Pack: A new mini-plan. For just $199 fans can receive a ticket to all four Big 12 home games. Earlier this year, Kansas Athletics introduced the Rock and Chalk Mini Plans for just $175. The Rock package includes Georgia Tech, New Mexico State, Kansas State and Oklahoma State. The Chalk Package included North Dakota State, Kansas State, Texas A&M, and Colorado. All three mini-plan packages include the Kansas State game.
Kansas opens the season next Saturday versus North Dakota State. Kickoff is scheduled for 6 p.m.
Fans can purchase tickets online at kuathletics.com, by calling 800-34-HAWKS, or in-person at the Allen Fieldhouse Ticket Office.