May 8, 2014
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IOWA CITY, Iowa — Fans of the 2014 University of Iowa football team who weren’t a season ticket holder a year ago, but are interested in being one this season take note: The UI Athletics Ticket Office wants an e-mail from you.
The UI Athletics Ticket Office is currently entering the home stretch of a “re-seat” of historic Kinnick Stadium that provided all of last year’s season ticket customers the opportunity to select new seat locations inside Kinnick for the coming season and several more to follow.
When that process is completed later this month, fans of the Hawkeyes interesting in becoming new season ticket holders will have their chance to make their purchase and choose their seats in the 70,585-seat home of the Hawkeyes. To be provided a date and a time to make their selection, a fan of the Hawkeyes needs to send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Fans of the Iowa football team who weren’t season ticket holders a year ago, but want to become a season ticket holder for the 2014 season can email the UI Athletics Ticket Office today to be given a date and a time to select their seat locations inside historic Kinnick Stadium.
The 2014 Iowa Hawkeyes – ranked as high as 18th nationally by ESPN and considered by many a team capable of winning the West Division of the Big Ten Conference to advance to the 2014 Big Ten Conference Football Championship game – will play seven home games in Kinnick next fall, a slate that includes games against intrastate rivals Northern Iowa and Iowa State in addition to games against Indiana, Northwestern, Wisconsin, and Nebraska of the Big Ten.
Season tickets are priced at $395 each for members of the general public and $325 for UI faculty and staff.
If tickets are available, three-game ticket packages will go on sale in mid-June and single-game ticket sales will begin in July.
The UI is accepting orders for discount-priced tickets to select home games. To learn more about those options fans should call (319) 384-4299 and ask for Eric Heinkel. Fans interested in packages that include games tickets and pre-game entertainment and dining inside Hawkeye Village, the UI game-day corporate hospitality option, should call Bravo Sports Marketing at (319) 626-8286.