Season tickets for the University of Oregon’s 2013 home football schedule will go on sale to the general public beginning at 9 a.m. Monday, June 17. Season tickets may be purchased online through the school’s official athletics department website, www.goducks.com/tickets, by phone (541-346-4461 or 1-800-WEBFOOT) or in person at the Moshofsky Center Athletic Ticket Office.
Both Regular Reserved Seats and End Zone Reserved Seats for the Ducks' seven-game regular-season home schedule are expected to be available, ranging from $411 to $504, with tickets available in both non-donation and donated-required sections.
Season-ticket packages started at just $333 and during season ticket-holder reallocation, these tickets have been sold.
The season-ticket pricing represents a savings of approximately 15-30 percent compared with the purchase of single-game tickets for all seven home games. The cost of a single-game reserved seat purchased on a game-by-game basis for all seven home contests would be $594.
The Ducks open the season at home Aug. 31 vs. Nicholls (LA) State, with the schedule including a first-time visit from SEC foe Tennessee (Sept. 14), Pac-12 North Division rivals California (Sept. 28), Washington State (Oct. 19) and Oregon State (Nov. 29), as well as conference South Division contender UCLA (Oct. 26) and Utah (Nov. 16).
Games times for three of Oregon’s seven home games have been set for 1 p.m. PDT for the Nicholls State game, 12:30 p.m. for Tennessee and 4 p.m. for Oregon State.
The majority of available seats that do not require an additional per-seat contribution are located in Sections 1-3, 17-25, and 37-40. A seating diagram of Autzen Stadium is available online on the Ducks’ official website, http://www.goducks.com/fls/500/pages/ticketoffice/fb/Autzen.2013.jpg?DB_OEM_ID=500&hq_e=el&hq_m=484096&hq_l=14&hq_v=820725514b. End Zone Reserved seating is located in Sections 20, 21 and 22 in the east end zone, and Sections 40, 1 and 2 in the west end zone.
The Ducks enter the year boasting a string of 89 consecutive sellouts after accumulating three consecutive 12-win seasons.
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