Football ticket prices increase by 37 percent


Taylor Newquist

EWU’s ticket booth located in the front side of Roos Field. Prices are expected to increase 35 percent this year according to Nicole Guerra, EWU director of ticketing and marketing.

By Taylor Newquist, Sports Editor

Football season ticket renewals opened on Wednesday, Feb. 20 at 10 a.m., and following the program’s second ever trip to the FCS national championship in Frisco, Texas, ticket prices are expected to increase according to EWU director of ticketing and marketing Nicole Guerra.

“We’re saying about 35 percent across the board,” Guerra said.

That price range was confirmed in the EWU board of trustees meeting on Feb. 21, during a presentation about the National Championship impact. The official increase was listed at 37 percent.

The listed season ticket prices range from $99 for East Side seating to $300 for Loge seating. All season ticket except East Side seating are paired with a donation fee ranging from $25 for Endzone seating to $500 for Loge.

The grand total of most season tickets is between $200-300.

There is no posted information for single-game tickets.

Guerra said there would be added perks for season ticket holders, including priority on away game tickets and red seat backs on season ticket holders’ seats.

The upcoming football season features road games at Washington, Montana and Idaho that will be prominent away game destinations for EWU fans.