The season ticket renewal period for Colorado football games begins Feb. 14 and runs through March 10, CU’s ticket office announced Tuesday.
Season ticket prices will remain flat for the 2017 season. Included in the 2017 season ticket package are the six games at Folsom Field, plus a ticket to the Sept. 1 game against Colorado State at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
The Buffaloes are coming off a 10-4 season in which they went 6-0 at home and won the Pac-12 South division title. Colorado will host Washington (Sept. 23), Arizona (Oct. 7 — Family Weekend), California (Oct. 28, Homecoming) and USC (Nov. 11) in conference play.
Last season, attendance climbed by 18 percent from the 2015 per-game average (7,220 more fans per game), which was the second-largest increase among Power Five schools. That was CU’s largest improvement form one season to the next since 1988-89, when the average jumped by 9,764. The Buffaloes sold out their season home finale against Utah, Folsom Field’s first sellout since Oct. 4, 2008.
“Last season was a phenomenal year. Folsom Field was electric and the community rallied around the Buffaloes,” said Matt Biggers, CU’s chief marketing officer and associate athletic director for external affairs. “We are looking forward to another entertaining season at Folsom Field in college football’s most beautiful setting.”
As a season ticket holder, you can save up to 50 percent off the regular gate price depending on the game and price level. Limits apply and specific locations will be subject to availability. Season ticket holders also receive priority access to purchase single game tickets to home games and purchase them at the season ticket holder discounted price.
Once Pac-12 Conference game times are announced, season ticket holders have up until 48 hours before kickoff to exchange their tickets for another home game in 2017 to help accommodate the schedules of the fan base.
Season ticket holder notes
Season ticket holders will be invited to an exclusive telephone fan forum with head coach Mike MacIntyre, co-offensive coordinators Darrin Chiaverini and Brian Lindgren, and defensive coordinator D.J. Eliot that will be held at noon MT on Feb. 28. Fans will be able to ask the coaches questions that day in an exclusive opportunity for season ticket holders to get on the inside with the Buffalo football program.
Important annual season ticket holder dates
• February 14-March 10, Season ticket renewals
• Late April, Season ticket holder seat relocation and upgrade
• Early May, Single game presales for season ticket holders
• Mid May, Single game tickets on-sale to the public
• Early July, Season tickets mailed to fans