Season Tickets on Sale for 2014 Memphis Football Slate

April 10, 2014

C.Harris

Order 2014 Season Tickets

Season tickets for the 2014 University of Memphis football season are now on sale.

Fans attending Friday night’s Blue-Gray Spring Game will have an opportunity to renew or purchase new season tickets prior to kickoff. The athletic ticket office will be set up to sell tickets outside Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium during the tailgate party which runs from 5 to 7 p.m. on Tiger Lane.

Season ticket holders who renew onsite prior to the game will receive exclusive field access in the north end zone during the game while new season ticket purchasers who buy packages of $500 or more will receive a football signed by Memphis head coach Justin Fuente while supplies last.

Fans may also renew or purchase new season tickets online at gotigersgo.com/tickets or by calling the athletic ticket office at (901) 678-2331.

Season ticket prices remain the same from the 2013 season:

  • Box (Chairback) seats - $250
  • Prime (Sideline) seats - $150
  • Fun Zone seats - $55

In addition to season tickets, the University of Memphis will offer a new Pick 3 Plan for the 2014 season. Fans can select any three games on the home schedule for a special price of $79. Pick 3 Plans will provide fans the same seat for three selected Prime location seats (Sideline).

The Memphis athletic ticket office also has group tickets available for purchase with prices starting at $5 per ticket.

Additionally, a limited number of Stadium club seats and suites are also currently available for purchase ahead of the 2014 season. Athletic staff members will be offering tours of the suites during Friday’s spring game. For more information about the premium seats, contact Stephen Green at (901) 678-3306 or smgreen2@memphis.edu.

The Tigers will open the 2014 season against Austin Peay on Aug. 30 and will play host to Middle Tennessee on Sept. 20 before opening the program’s second year in the American Athletic Conference.

Memphis’ home opener in conference play comes Oct. 11 when the Tigers play host to Houston. Memphis will also take on Tulsa in a Halloween Night game set for national television and close out the year with back-to-back games in Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium against

“The way it is designed – how it starts and where the bye weeks are located – make this the most comprehensive schedule we have had during my tenure at the University of Memphis,” Director of Athletics Tom Bowen has said of the 2014 sechedule.  “I am excited for Coach (Justin) Fuente, his staff and our student-athletes.”

Single-game tickets will go on sale this summer.


 

 

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