Limited Number of Football Season Tickets Still Available
June 19, 2003
EUGENE - Approximately 1,000 season tickets are all that remain for the University of Oregon's 2003 football season, marking the second-highest total sold in school history, according to the athletic department's Senior Associate Director of Athletics Dave Heeke.
The Ducks have sold in excess of 38,700 season tickets for their six home games, with the school forced to suspend sales of its all-session football ticket package prior to the start of the season each of the last four years. Oregon established a record 40,207 season tickets sold a year ago and has averaged more than the per-game Autzen Stadium capacity on a season basis for seven of the last eight years.
The school averaged 56,341 fans for each of eight games last season in the 54,000-seat stadium.
Season ticket-holders are also offerred the first right to purchase additional single-game tickets for all of Oregon's home games, making it unlikely that individual game tickets will be available to the Michigan (Sept. 20) and Oregon State (Nov. 22) games when all remaining single-game seats go on sale to the general public July 28.
Oregon opens its home schedule Sept. 6 vs. Nevada, followed by Michigan, Washington State (Sept. 27), Stanford (Oct. 25), California (Nov. 8) and Oregon State.
All reserved season tickets are available for $228, with adult general admission seats costing $122, children/senior citizen GA tickets selling for $68, and family plan packages (2 adults, 3 children) available for $305.
Tickets may be purchased in person from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays at the Casanova Center Ticket Office, and by phone by calling 346-4461 or 1-800-WEBFOOT.
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