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Kentucky football releases 2016 ticket information

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One day after signing Mark Stoops’ favorite class since he’s been at Kentucky, the football program released information regarding tickets for the 2016 season for fans excited to get back in Commonwealth Stadium.

Season tickets throughout the seating bowl for the seven-game home schedule will be available for $280, continuing the same average per-game ticket price of $40 from a year ago. K-Fund donations will also remain the same, with the majority of seats in the 200-level requiring no donation to the K Fund.

Premium season tickets in the Suite Level, Loge Level, Woodford Reserve Club and Field Club will be priced at $320.

Other things to know:

— Public season ticket packages in Sections 201-203 and 209-211 can be purchased at a new and lower price of $210.

— More permanent bench backs will be installed existing bleachers in Sections 1-2, 10-22, and 30-31 for the upcoming year.

— 2015 season ticket holders may now renew online through their My UK Account. Paper invoices will be mailed to all season ticket holders in late February, with a renewal deadline of April 13.

— Season ticket holders will also have the opportunity to order single-game tickets at exclusive prices, in addition to other new benefits.

— Ticket holders will be able to renew the same parking permits they had during 2015. Season parking passes will be priced at $280 and will also require an annual K Fund donation, listed below:

– Glenn Hyundai Blue Lot — $300 K Fund donation
– Glenn Nissan Red Lot — $300 K Fund donation
– Glenn Infiniti of Lexington Green Lot — $300 K Fund donation
– Glenn Buick GMC Orange Lot — $200 K Fund donation
– Glenn Freedom Dodge Purple Lot — $100 K Fund donation
– Silver, White/Green, Yellow/Red, and Arboretum Lots — $100 K Fund donation

— Benefits and rewards offered for earlier renewal and deposits. There are four benchmark commitment dates with various incentives, ranging from weekly drawings to a New CWS charcoal print and two complimentary tickets to a basketball game.

For a whole lot more information and details on all of this, check out the entire release on UKAthletics.com.

 

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

7 Comments for Kentucky football releases 2016 ticket information



  1. lvillesucks
    1:00 pm February 4, 2016 Permalink

    Parking passes are sold out. How does one tailgate without a parking pass? I’d like to buy season tickets tailgate, but I’ve never done it before.



  2. katsrock
    1:34 pm February 4, 2016 Permalink

    Barnhart just picked up a check from the SEC meetings 6 months ago for $31.2 million dollars. He’ll get even more this year.

    The greedy bastards are now charging a mandatory K Fund donation for the ‘privilege’ of buying the overpriced parking passes?!?!?!

    UK’s mission is clear – screw the long suffering football fans for every nickel we can get.



    • jahanc2uky
      1:37 pm February 4, 2016 Permalink

      This is 2016, we get an automatic deposit for that money.



    • UK Big Board Update
      4:49 pm February 4, 2016 Permalink

      But I thought you fans wanted the University to put more money into the program?



  3. The Rest of the story
    2:22 pm February 4, 2016 Permalink

    Should be plenty of tickets to buy this year since there will certainly be plenty of seats available.



    • UK Big Board Update
      4:04 pm February 4, 2016 Permalink

      This can finally be your chance to go!!!



  4. bradinmississippi
    5:54 pm February 4, 2016 Permalink

    Season tickets to Ole Miss are $400 and you pay $100 to have the privilege of being put on a waiting list for parking. You pay the $400 and wait a month to be told where you will sit. Kentucky is much more reasonable.