(BLOOMINGTON) – Enhancing what is already the most affordable gameday experience in the Big Ten, Hoosier fans will be able to take advantage of new tiered single-game ticket pricing for home football games at Memorial Stadium this fall.
The new single-game pricing structure includes four price points for each of IU’s six home football games this fall. Under the new plan, a single-game, a general public ticket is available for as little as $20. Single-game ticket prices increase based on opponent and tier selection.
In addition to the general public single-game rate, single-game student tickets are only $15, and single-game youth tickets are as little as $10.
“Memorial Stadium is already the most family-friendly and affordable place to attend a football game in the Big Ten. As we continue to listen to what our fans want, we believe this new tiered single-game pricing option will further that status and be well-received by our fans,” said IU Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Fred Glass. “This move provides greater flexibility for our fans to choose the tier and pricing option that best fits their needs.”
Fans can view the tiered Memorial Stadium seating map here. All home games include single-game pricing options in Tier I, Tier II, Tier III or Candy Stripe sections. Single-game ticket prices, meanwhile, can be viewed here.
Single-game tickets go on sale June 4 to current IU Varsity Club members and IU Football season ticket holders. Single-game tickets will go on sale to the general public on June 11.
For those looking to attend multiple IU home football games this fall, the purchase of a season ticket package continues to offer the best value, with a great combination of savings and premium seat location. Season tickets feature as much as a 50% savings off the single-game ticket prices. Season and mini-season ticket packages are currently available for purchase here.