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The University of Nebraska announced on Thursday that they would be raising the football tickets by $2. The new printed face on the tickets will be $54 rather then $52. Not much of an increase so I’m not upset with it one bit. Sure we pay high donations for our season tickets but that is the case with most programs around the country.
One reason for the increase in ticket price is to pay for a $3 million upgrade that the university is doing inside the stadium. Improvements include two replay boards that will be added in the northwest and northeast towers. The screens are the same size as those on the south towers, measuring 21’ high and 24’ wide. The addition will give Memorial Stadium five replay boards and allow nearly every fan a clear view of a HuskerVision screen. All of the replay boards will also be upgraded to high defintion.
So everyone get ready to open up their checkbooks or grab their credit cards because starting Feb 23rd, we can renew our season tickets and also send in our donations if we have not yet.
Tickets to the 2009 Nebraska Football Spring Game will go on sale Feb 4th beginning at 8 a.m. CST the University announced on Monday. There are some changes to the event this year as almost the entire stadium will be reserved seating and tickets will cost $10.
Nebraska will once again conduct the Drug Free Pledge at halftime of this year’s game. Youth (eighth grade or younger) who take part in the Drug Free Pledge will be admitted for free to the game, but need to secure a ticket in advance of the contest. Parents or sponsors of the youth taking part in the Drug Free Pledge will need to buy a reserved ticket, but will be seated with the youth in a designated section.
NU faculty will be able to buy tickets for $5 each but they will have to show their university id at the gate when they are entering. Students can get into the game for free and will be seated in section 11, however they will still need to have a ticket in hand for admittance. The Athletic Ticket Office will e-mail students with more details on obtaining spring game tickets.
Kickoff will be at 1 p.m on April 18th
I just received an email from the Nebraska Athletic Department stating that you can now purchase Gator Bowl tickets from the ticket office. Season ticket holders with priority points will get priority but there are plenty of great seats available.
If you want to make sure you sit with other Nebraska fans, then order today befor they sell out! The game will be played on Jan. 1, 2009 (1 p.m. Eastern), at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium and the bowl announced on Wednesday that Clemson will represent the Atlantic Coast Conference in the game.
Nebraska’s allotment for the game is 12,750 tickets total. Tickets may be purchased on-line at Huskers.com or by calling the Nebraska Athletic Ticket Office at 1-800-8-BIG RED. Tickets for the 2009 Konica Minolta Gator Bowl are $50 each. The Nebraska Ticket Office accepts Visa, Mastercard and Discover.
Just a quick heads up that the university just announced that they have received some tickets for the San Jose St. and New Mexico St. games. Tickets were returned from the two universities as they were unable to sell the allotment of tickets.
Act fast at huskers.com or by calling 800-8-BIG RED if you are interested in picking up some Huskers Tickets at face value!Ã‚Â
The Nebraska Football game that will be played on April 19th, is completely sold out per huskers.com.Ã‚Â All 65,000 reserved, general admission, and obstructed-view seats have been sold out.Ã‚Â The remaining seats are given to people taking the drug free pledge, students, players families, former players, and people in the armed forces.
Talk about Husker fans really stepping up and buying the Husker Tickets up in a hurry.Ã‚Â How many other schools out there can say that they sold out their spring game?
Some students will not be able to sit as close to the football field like they are used to as Athletic Directory Tom Osborne has elected to not allow student seating in section 15 anymore.Ã‚Â Now, season tickets holders that were behind the student sections in sections 12-15 that complained they couldn’t see because the students always stood, are moving down closer to the field in section 15.Ã‚Â That is if they can afford the new donation amount level for those seats.
I know some students are upset over this deal, and it will take some noise away from Memorial Stadium there is no doubt about that. But was the student section really that loud to begin with for most games?Ã‚Â They are still getting sections 12-14 in the South Stadium, and the lower corner in the East Stadium.Ã‚Â There will still be plenty of seating, it is just getting moved around a bit so hopefully you students won’t be so upset about it.
We would like to hear students, alumni, and general fans thoughts on this.Ã‚Â Were you one that got a letter about possibly being moved down to section 15 closer to the field?Ã‚Â If so we are intersted in know if your donation levels are in deed going up for those seats.Ã‚Â Leave us a comment and let us know what your thinking!
Tickets for the 2008 Dr Pepper Big 12 Football Championship Game on Saturday, December 6, at Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium, go on sale Friday, February 15, at 10 a.m. (Central).
Tickets can be purchased through all Ticketmaster outlets, by phone at (800) 676-5488 or (816) 931-3330 in Kansas City, via the internet at www.ticketmaster.com, or at the Arrowhead Stadium ticket office.Ã‚Â Tickets will not be sold through the Big 12 Conference office.
I usually pick up some of these tickets just incase the Huskers do make it to the Big 12 Championship.Ã‚Â Nothing like having Husker Tickets for the big game and them making it!Ã‚Â If they don’t happen to make it, you can easily resell them on ebay or stubhub.
Tickets are priced at $85, $75, $65 and $55 each based upon location, plus applicable convenience and handling fee charges.
The Nebraska Football Spring game will be played on April 19th at 1 p.m. inside Memorial Stadium.Ã‚Â Tickets will go on sale Feb 6th via huskers.com and 1-800-8BIGRED starting at 8 a.m. central time.
This year there will be reserved seating in the East and West stadiums, and general seating in the North and South endzones.Ã‚Â Order your tickets quickly if you want reserved seating.Ã‚Â Reserved seating will cost you $10 per ticket, while general admission tickets will be $8.
I hope you were all lucky enough to get some Nebraska Volleyball Tickets this morning as they sold out quickly.Ã‚Â In fact, it only took 45 minutes for all the Huskers Tickets to be sold out.Ã‚Â Fans began camping out in front of the NU Ticket Office as early as Tuesday afternoon, 16 hours before tickets went on sale, and over a dozen people were in line at midnight, hoping to get the best of the limited number of reserved seats that were available.
Were you able to get Tickets?Ã‚Â Let us here your story by leaving a comment!
Husker Tickets for the Nebraska Volleyball team will go on sale August 1st at 8 a.m. according to the Atheletic Department.Ã‚Â Tickets sell out very fast, so we encourage you to be ready before 8 if you are interested in tickets.
Single-match ticket prices for the upcoming season are set at $16 (floor and limited view seats), $10 (adult general admission) and $8 (youth/seniors general admission). Fans are limited to two tickets per regular-season home match at the NU Coliseum.
Tickets can be purchased on the Internet at Huskers.com, in person at the Athletic Ticket Office, located across the street from Memorial Stadium beginning at 8 a.m. or by calling 1-800-8-BIGRED. Ticket Office hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.