FB Season Tickets on Sale Jan. 16
Jan. 12, 2018


2018 Purdue Football Schedule / Season-Ticket Information


WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Jeff Brohm regularly acknowledged the enthusiasm and support of Purdue fans at Ross-Ade Stadium during his remarkable first season as head football coach.

Now, in an effort to build on the momentum of the storybook 2017 campaign and grow the fan base, Purdue Athletics has composed an aggressive recalibration of season-ticket pricing.

For 2018, per-game ticket prices have been reduced for nearly 30 percent of the stadium - in the Prime and Sideline sections - while the majority of the remaining sections will have no increase in cost. All fans who purchase season tickets will save an average of 30 percent off single-game prices.

"Our goal is to sell out Ross-Ade seven times in 2018," Purdue vice president and athletics director Mike Bobinski said. "After a thorough review of our seating and pricing structure, we believe we have identified attractive options for all of our fans that also will enable us to maximize attendance and revenue."

Additionally, due to the significant increase in student attendance a year ago, an additional 800 seats have been allocated for students this season.

For complete information on 2018 season-ticket pricing, click here.

The Boilermakers, who finished with a 7-6 record last season, boast an attractive seven-game home schedule with Big Ten Conference West Division foes Iowa, Northwestern and Wisconsin; defending East Division champion Ohio State; and non-conference visits from Missouri of the Southeastern Conference, Boston College of the Atlantic Coast Conference and Eastern Michigan of the Mid-American Conference. Last season, their combined record was 62-30 (.674 winning percentage), and six squads played in bowl games.

Season tickets go on sale to new customers Tuesday, Jan. 16, online, by calling 494.3194 or 800.49.SPORT or by visiting the Athletics Ticket Office at Mackey Arena between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

In addition, three information tables will be set up in the Mackey concourse during the men's basketball game against Wisconsin on Tuesday (7 p.m. tipoff), with representatives who can answer questions and take orders.

Returning season-ticket holders may renew via phone or in-person between Jan. 16 and Feb. 1. They may do so on-line beginning Feb. 2. The priority deadline is April 30.

Fans who renew or order season tickets by Feb. 7 will receive a commemorative Foster Farms Bowl championship print autographed by Brohm. Other new benefits for season-ticket buyers include discounted rates at the Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex, a Leroy Keyes bobblehead and the opportunity to purchase various athletics tickets early, plus bonus benefits for renewing early online and more. For a complete list of season-ticket benefits, click here.

Purdue averaged 47,884 fans last season, its most since 2012 and an increase of 13,433 per game that was by far the greatest in the country.

"Our fans were incredible," Brohm said. "They arrived early, they were loud, they were into the game, and they were a difference-maker. We cannot thank them enough. We hope others will get on board and be part of the championship program we are building at Purdue and the tremendous gameday experience at Ross-Ade."
 

 

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