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A breakdown of Iowa’s football ticket price change

[ 0 ] January 9, 2014 |

The University of Iowa announced a modest price increase for 2014 football tickets.

It amounts to $1 per game, bumping a season-ticket package of $388 to $395. The cost of single-game tickets range from $55 to $70.

Here are the single-game prices:

Northern Iowa (Aug. 30)               $60

Ball State (Sept. 6)                           $55

Iowa State (Sept. 13)                      $70

Indiana (Oct. 11)                               $65

Northwestern (Nov. 1)                  $65

Wisconsin (Nov. 22)                        $70

Nebraska (Nov. 28)                         $70

So, what does that mean in the big picture?

With all the varying factors – such as donation requirements – comparisons can be tricky.

An article by Forbes Magazine, publish last August, placed the Hawkeyes average ticket price at No. 9.

Here’s what the folks at Forbes wrote:

“The data concerning average home game ticket pricing was compiled by secondary market ticket aggregator TiqIQ…”

The full Top 25:

  1. Notre Dame ($294)
  2. Ohio Stae ($246)
  3. Michigan ($230)
  4. Nebraska ($210)
  5. Texas A&M ($204)
  6. Georgia ($188)
  7. LSU ($181)
  8. Alabama ($179)
  9. Iowa ($166)
  10. Oklahoma ($161)
  11. Oregon ($160)
  12. Florida ($159)
  13. Washington ($151)
  14. Texas ($150)
  15. Mississippi State ($146)
  16. South Carolina ($146)
  17. Tennessee ($134)
  18. Penn State ($133)
  19. USC ($130)
  20. Boise State ($125)
  21. Oklahoma State ($122)
  22. NC State ($118)
  23. West Virginia ($116)
  24. Syracuse ($114)
  25. Kansas State ($114)

Category: Iowa Hawkeyes Football

About Andrew Logue: Andrew has been with the Des Moines Register for 19 years, covering everything from preps to Hawkeye and Cyclone sports, as well as the Drake Relays. View author profile.

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