OSU Mails Football Season Ticket Application Renewals
Jan. 17, 2003
CORVALLIS- Applications for renewal of Oregon State University football season tickets will go in the mail Friday for the 2003 season and the price will remain the same.
For the second straight year, the Beavers will play seven home games at Reser Stadium. The price of an individual season ticket will remain the same, $195.00. Deadline for renewing season tickets is Monday, March 17.
The Beavers seven home games in 2003 include Sacramento State (Aug. 30); New Mexico State (Sept. 13); Boise State (Sept. 20); Arizona State (Sept. 27); Washington (Oct. 18); Arizona (Nov. 1) and Stanford (Nov. 15.).
Oregon State has sold out its entire 23,000 season ticket allotment for the past two years.
While the regular season ticket price will not change in 2003, individual game tickets will all reflect a $5.00 per game stadium investment fee, which goes toward the Raising Reser Project. As a result of the $5.00 stadium investment fee, individual game tickets will be priced at $33.00 apiece, except for the Washington game, which is priced at $55.00 each.
All seats along the sideline in Reser Stadium require a donation to the BASF (Beaver Athletic Student Fund), with the exception of the first three rows on each side. One result of the donation policy is the number of donors among season ticket holders continues to grow.
During the 2001 season, OSU's first sellout season, the number of season ticket accounts that were non-donors numbered 1,839. That number dwindled to 863 during the 2002 season.
In addition to the regular season ticket plan, the Beavers will still continue with their other season ticket plans. The faculty/staff season ticket package is $156.00 per ticket. The under age 30, Varsity 'O' and Senior Citizen season ticket is priced at $136.00. There is also an end zone adult family plan ticket at $90.00, plus an end zone child family plan for $78.00. Both family plan packages do not include the Washington game.
The following season ticket plans are available to Oregon State fans:
|Season Ticket Prices for 7 Home Games||(Discounted Savings)|
|Regular Season||$195.00||($25 per game/$45 Washington)|
|End Zone||$195.00||($25 per game/$45 Washington)|
|Faculty/Staff||$156.00||($19.33 per game/$40 Washington)|
|Under 30, Varsity 'O', Senior Citizen||$136.00||($16.00 per game/$40 Washington)|
|Family Plan Adult (Washington not included)||$ 90.00*||($15 per game)|
|Family Plan Child (Washington not included)||$ 78.00*||($13 per game)|
*Family Plan ticket prices reflect a $5.00 per game stadium investment fee
Individual Game Tickets (All reflect a $5.00 per game stadium investment fee)
|New Mexico State||$33.00|
Oregon State's four non-conference opponents in 2003 combined for a 33-18 record in 2002, led by Boise State at 12-1 and winner of the Humanitarian Bowl. Fresno State finished 9-5 and won the Silicon Valley Bowl. New Mexico State finished 7-5 and Sacramento State was 5-7 in 2002.
Oregon State's 2003 schedule follows:
2003 OREGON STATE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
|Aug. 30||SACRAMENTO STATE||CORVALLIS||TBA|
|Sept. 6||at Fresno State||Fresno, CA||TBA|
|Sept. 13||NEW MEXICO STATE||CORVALLIS||TBA|
|Sept. 20||BOISE STATE||CORVALLIS||TBA|
|Sept. 27||ARIZONA STATE||CORVALLIS||TBA|
|Oct. 4||at California||Berkeley, CA||TBA|
|Oct. 25||at Washington State||Pullman, WA||TBA|
|Nov. 1||ARIZONA (Homecoming)||CORVALLIS||TBA|
|Nov. 8||at USC||Los Angeles, CA||TBA|
|Nov. 22||at Oregon||Eugene, OR||TBA|