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LTsatch
08-17-2014, 08:18 AM
Just paid $13 a game for my blue line seats, there may be a $15 seat at Ingalls. I was wondering what other D-1 schools are charging per game (including exhibitions) for season tickets. Thanks.

Sean Pickett
08-17-2014, 10:51 AM
This season BU is charging $379 for 16 regular season games, plus 3 exhibition games (the game vs the U.S. World Junior Team is at Walter Brown Arena, but is included if you request it). That comes to $19.95/game.

Handyman
08-17-2014, 11:18 AM
Man you are all gonna feel great when you see what Gopher fans pay :eek:

Bonin21
08-17-2014, 11:23 AM
$750-$1,050 per ticket in the main bowl ($1,250 or $1,550 in the club)
18 games at Mariucci
2 games at the Xcel for the MN tourney
2 exhibition games
If you treat those all as a full game, $34.09-$47.73 per ticket in the main bowl.

TheRevengeance
08-17-2014, 11:36 AM
$205 for 15 games and an exhibition. So $14 or so.

Laker Dude
08-17-2014, 11:48 AM
At LSSU it is 162 for 14 regular season games, and the 3 playoff games, if necessary. So about 10 dollars per game.

beaverhockey
08-17-2014, 12:30 PM
Bemidji State starts at $275 ($16 per game)...goes up to $675 (just shy of $40 per game) for a seat. The $675 is in the Club level with a full bar. Suites are more...don't know how much more though. There are 17 home games this year. Parking is free, and with a season ticket purchase, you get free admission to the BSU Women's games. Single game tickets start at $25...go up to $50 per game for the premium games.

Fighting Sioux 23
08-17-2014, 12:36 PM
From what I remember about North Dakota:

Center Ice - Lower Bowl: ~$3500-$12,500 ($390/ticket + at least Directors Club membership ($3000+) (or Emerald Club ($6,000+) or Diamond Club ($12,000+)))
Blueline to Endline - Lower Bowl: ~$1700 ($390/ticket + at least Coaches Club membership ($1250+))
Behind the Nets - Lower Bowl: ~$1150 ($390/ticket + at least Captains Club membership ($750+))
Center Ice - Upper Bowl: ~$750 ($390/ticket + at least Varsity Club membership ($360+))
Corners - Upper Bowl: ~$550 ($390/ticket + at least Century Club membership ($120+))

Also, having (for example) Directors Club membership does not guarantee you tickets at center ice. There is a points system used to determine how good of seats you have. So, if there are enough Diamond and Emerald Club members for the center ice seats, then the Directors Club members get pushed out (and the process continues from there). Also, just because you are a member of a club, does not guarantee season tickets...simply it guarantees you a spot on the waiting list and you start to accumulate points. Needless to say, it's not a cheap ticket at North Dakota :p:D:D

rdf8585
08-17-2014, 12:56 PM
Union is $179 for adults, $99 for youth. That includes an exhibition game, 15 regular season games and the off-site/non-conference "Mayor's Cup" vs RPI.

gochiefs
08-18-2014, 02:08 PM
UMass Lowell prices are $125 (12 and under), $175 (alumni) and $235 (adult). There are also Pavilion packages that are either $525 or $675.

cetihcra
08-18-2014, 07:42 PM
DU season tix range from $374 to $572 for "22 games", that includes their exhibition, and 2 playoff games. $22-$26/game if they host a first round series. The top 3 tiers must also "donate" $55 per seat (not incl in the above #s)

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kwik
08-18-2014, 11:53 PM
Colgate has a bunch of options, but if I'm doing the math right, it looks like it would actually cost MORE to buy a season ticket then to just buy each game individually:

Chairback Seating: $190 for a season ticket, $183 if you buy them individually
Bleachers: $120 for the season vs. $103 individually

It does work out that you save a little bit if you qualify for the "community" ticket (anyone within 50 miles of Hamilton), but it's not a huge amount. Playoff games aren't included, but there is a discount. Basically the only sell is a guaranteed seat for the Cornell game.

mmf
08-19-2014, 12:42 AM
Alaska Fairbanks 2014-15 adult season ticket prices:

Reserved Mezzanine = $375 each ($18.75 per game)
General Admission Balcony = $235 each ($11.75 per game)

Package includes:
Brice Alaska Goal Rush 2 UAF games + 2 UAA games
Exhibition 1 game
Regular Season 14 games
WCHA playoff * 3 games
20 games

*unused per ticket price credited to next year

mar7967
08-19-2014, 10:41 AM
RIT - these are regular adult tickets. Factuly/Staff/Alum/Students get discounts.

Club Seating $450 (includes "better" seats, full buffet and cash bar)
Reserved Seating $235
GA $185

Includes 16 games at the new Gene Polisseni Center, plus 1 exhbition, and 1 game downtown at the Blue Cross Arena (against BC)

blackswampboy
08-20-2014, 01:18 AM
BGSU Falcons pricing:

General admission: $152
Bench reserved: $195
Prime chairback reserved: $282

18 regular season games plus exhibition vs. Simon Fraser, and including the Winterfest outdoor game at Fifth Third Field in Toledo.

<img src="http://bgsufalcons.com/images/2014/8/9/rp_primary_WInterFest_Flyer3.jpg">

WeAreNDHockey
08-20-2014, 08:02 AM
I paid $345 for mine at Notre Dame, including the potential Hockey East playoff tickets, as well as being forced to buy the two-day package for the NCAA regional. Obviously I'll be there regardless of Notre Dame's iffy chances of joining me, but I'm betting if the Irish miss the NCAAs in 2015, 75% of the season ticket holders will not be there. If Notre Dame hosts a Hockey East series and makes the NCAAs, that ticket price is a great deal IMO. No more than $15 per game and less on a per game average if Notre Dame plays one or two NCAA tournament games.

mcfarljd
08-20-2014, 12:30 PM
Can't remember this years price for tickets at Miami, but last year was $310 for 18 games, ~$17.22/game.

This year the new season ticket pricing plans were implemented, including a minimum $125 for each ticket.

As well as a $500 fee every 3 years if you want to keep your same seat, otherwise you are put back into the pool and have to go through a re-seating process.

Considering there are 18 games again this year (16 regular 2 exhibition), I will use the $310 again, but I'd guess closer to $350.

So $435 for 1 ticket if you want a random seat. $24.17/game.

601.67 (spreading out the 500 over the 3 years even though it was due in a lump sum), if you want to keep your same ticket, or $33.43/game.

RPI fan 4 life
08-22-2014, 06:27 PM
RPI ticket prices:

General Public: $255, Faculty Staff and Alumni: $213, Children 3-12 and RPI Grads 3 yrs + $175.
Parking is $65 per season and there is a VIP Season Ticket package for $500 which gives you everything except for a guaranteed RPI win.
Tickets include 16 regular season and 1 exhibition game plus the Union Mayors Cup game and 3 possible playoff games. Comes out to about $13 a game for the General Public (about the same as Yale).

And that 3-year fee at Miami is a ripoff.

FlagDUDE08
08-23-2014, 07:44 AM
Colgate has a bunch of options, but if I'm doing the math right, it looks like it would actually cost MORE to buy a season ticket then to just buy each game individually:

Chairback Seating: $190 for a season ticket, $183 if you buy them individually
Bleachers: $120 for the season vs. $103 individually

It does work out that you save a little bit if you qualify for the "community" ticket (anyone within 50 miles of Hamilton), but it's not a huge amount. Playoff games aren't included, but there is a discount. Basically the only sell is a guaranteed seat for the Cornell game.

Does the "community" ticket only apply for season tickets, or for individual games? Oddly enough, I actually qualify.

kdiff77
08-24-2014, 01:53 PM
Brown season tickets are usually $90, and there are 13 home games this year. So about $6 a game? Unless they raise the prices this year due to the extra home game (usually only have 12).

They also haven't sent out the information yet, so this is purely speculative and based on past precedence.

The benefits of following a historically bad team with no fanbase! :)