Football Season Tickets On Sale

PURDUESPORTSDOTCOM The Boilermakers, under second-year head coach Darrell Hazell, are in the West Division of the Big Ten.
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The Boilermakers, under second-year head coach Darrell Hazell, are in the West Division of the Big Ten.
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Feb. 3, 2014

2014 Purdue Football Schedule
2014 Purdue Football Ticket Information

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Season tickets for Purdue football go on sale Tuesday at 9 a.m. ET.

The Boilermakers, under second-year head coach Darrell Hazell, are in the West Division of the Big Ten and will have home conference games against Iowa (Sept. 27 - Homecoming/Varsity P Club Weekend), Rose Bowl champion Michigan State (Oct. 11 - Hammer Down Cancer Game), Wisconsin (Nov. 8 - Military Appreciation Day) and Northwestern (Nov. 22), plus non-conference contests against Western Michigan (Aug. 30), Central Michigan (Sept. 6 - Band Day/Family Day) and Southern Illinois (Sept. 20).

The easiest way to renew or order is online, and fans that do will save $10. In addition, fans that renew online by April 12 will receive two free tickets to the home opener vs. Western Michigan and earn a chance to have their photo be part of the helmet sticker for the Boilermakers' Social Media Game.

To renew season tickets, click here, and to purchase new season tickets, click here.

For fans who want to renew or order season tickets in-person or via phone, the Athletics Ticket Office in Mackey Arena is open Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Phone: 765-494-3194 or 800-49-SPORT.

 

 

The priority deadline to renew tickets is April 30, and all John Purdue Club members who do so by that date will earn JPC bonus points (one point for every $100 in season-ticket purchases, limited to 24 season tickets).

In addition, all fans who renew or purchase season tickets by June 30 will receive a collectible Purdue pin, along with a Buy One, Get One single-game ticket offer for each season ticket purchased and Team Store and Ross-Ade concessions discounts.

Prices are the same as last season for every seat in Ross-Ade. Those prices are as follows: $273 for Prime, Sideline and Touchdown; $175 for North End Zone; $98 for South End Zone; and $119 for students. Seats in the Prime and Sideline areas require additional per-seat donation amounts to The Legacy Fund (Prime - $250 annual seat donation and Sideline - $100 annual seat donation).

Season tickets reflect a savings of up to 56 percent on projected single-game prices and are the best seats in the stadium.

Seats are allocated using the John Purdue Club priority point system. By joining the John Purdue Club, you can improve your seat location. Click here to learn more about "The Team Behind The Teams."

Premium seating in the Shively and Buchanan clubs also is available for the 2014 season. Contact the John Purdue Club at 800-213-2239 or click here for more information.