July 23, 2013
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Single-game tickets for the 2013 Purdue football season are now on sale.
Earlier this month, the athletics department announced that dynamic pricing will be in effect for single-game tickets. Dynamic pricing is the continuous adjustment of ticket prices based on such factors as available inventory, opponent, team performance and weather. Prices will be adjusted in $5 increments and will not increase more than five times on any given day. Prices will not drop from their initial level, so fans are encouraged to purchase early.
The bottom line: Season tickets will always be the best option for Boilermaker fans. For example, this year they represent a savings of nearly 40 percent over current single-game prices, plus they are for the best seats in Ross-Ade Stadium. Season ticket prices are the same as last season for nearly 80 percent of the seats in the stadium.
This season's home schedule is arguably the best in school history. It includes 2012 national champion runner-up and intrastate rival Notre Dame (Sept. 14), Orange Bowl participant Northern Illinois (Sept. 28) and Big Ten Conference powers Nebraska (Oct. 12) and Ohio State (Nov. 2).
For those fans that can't make all seven home games, 4-game mini plan ticket packages provide an attractive alternative.
The easiest way to order tickets is to simply click here.
For fans that want to order 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.
Premium seating in the Shively and Buchanan clubs is still available for the 2013 season. Contact the John Purdue Club at 800-213-2239 or click here for more information. Dynamic pricing will not affect premium seating.