STORRS, Conn. -
Season tickets for the 2017 UConn football season are now on sale and there is no increase in the per game season ticket cost for the upcoming season. Complete information, including the ability to purchase and order, can be found at uconn.football
For renewals, please CLICK HERE and for those who did not order in 2016, please CLICK HERE. There are many fan-friendly ticket options for the six-game home schedule at Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field.
Club Level season tickets are priced at $360 (plus a $900 donation) and feature a comfortable, climate-controlled indoor seating area with a complimentary game day meal and one Gold lot parking pass for each pair bought.
Lower Chairback season tickets are priced at $300 (plus a $500 donation) while Mezzanine Chairbacks are $240 (plus $400 donation) and Upper Chairbacks are $210 (plus $225 donation). Patrons receive one Blue lot parking pass for each pair bought.
Preferred Sideline season tickets are $180 apiece (plus a $100 donation) with a Blue or Gray lot parking pass for each pair ordered based on priority points, availability and order date.
Reserved Endzone season tickets are priced at $150 per seat (no donation) with either a Gray or Red parking pass for each pair ordered based on priority points, availability and order date.
There is a special Family Plan with lower-level seating in a non-alcohol section with tickets priced at $150 for adults and $108 for youth. There are no donations for these seats. There is also a Young Alumni season ticket for members of the Classes of 2012-16 with a 36% discount on Reserved Endzone season tickets.
UConn Football season ticket holders receive a variety of special benefits, which are highlighted on the website. Among the benefits is priority access to tickets for the November 18 game vs. Boston College at Fenway Park.
Fans now have the opportunity to pay for their season ticket package over four easy installments. After selecting the seat type, customers can opt to divide their ticket cost up into four even installments and only pay their first ticket installment during checkout. All donations must be paid in full at the time of purchasing as payment plans are for tickets only.
Beginning in 2017, UConn Athletics will be instituting a new per-ticket “F.I.T.” fee across all ticketed sports. Coupled with the millions raised through private donations already, this fee will help reach our goal of constructing facilities that truly represent UConn’s commitment to excellence and success in the sports of soccer, baseball and softball.
UConn opens the season under new head coach Randy Edsall on Thursday, August 31 when it plays host to Holy Cross.