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February 22, 2013

Auburn University: football season ticket prices will not increase for 2013

AUBURN, Ala. — Buy seven games, get one free.

That’s basically how it will work for Auburn football season-ticket holders, since the university announced Friday that ticket prices for the 2013 season will not increase from their 2012 figures. The Tigers host eight home games this coming fall, up one from last year, when Auburn opened its non-conference slate with a neutral-site clash with Clemson in Atlanta.

“We deeply appreciate the commitment that our loyal season ticket holders make to support our football program,” Auburn athletics director Jay Jacobs said in a statement. “Even though we have eight home games on our schedule compared to seven last year, we felt it was important to reward the loyalty of our fans by holding ticket prices at the 2012 level. This is the first time in our history that we will host Alabama and Georgia at Jordan-Hare Stadium in the same season, so it is a great opportunity for Tigers Unlimited members and all Auburn football fans to get even more value from their season ticket investment. It will be exciting to see the start of the Gus Malzahn era at Auburn this fall.”

General public season tickets remain at $450, faculty/staff costs $225 and student tickets are $140. Tigers Unlimited Fund donor priority tickets also retain their 2012 levels.

The renewal and new membership deadline is March 1, one week from today. Single-game admission ticket sales are expected to be sometime in June.

Fans may call (855) AUB-2010 ext. 2 or e-mail tuf@auburn.edu for more information.

The 2013 home schedule is as follows (SEC games in bold):

Aug. 31 | Washington State

Sept. 7 | Arkansas State

Sept. 14 | Mississippi State

Oct. 5 | Ole Miss

Oct. 12 | Western Carolina

Oct. 26 | Florida Atlantic

Nov. 16 | Georgia

Nov. 30 | Alabama

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