Husker Football Season Tickets Go On Sale Next Week

Although the 2018 Husker football season may be over, so fans are looking to next season.

Current season ticket holders will have their first opportunity to renew their 2019 Nebraska football tickets beginning next week and the seven-game schedule will be one of the most attractive home schedules in recent years.

Invoices will be sent via e-mail to season ticket holders on Monday, December 10th, and the e-mail will include information on payment options, plans and renewal deadlines.

Nebraska fans who are not season ticket holders but are interested in the opportunity to purchase 2019 season tickets are encouraged to join the 2019 Football Season Ticket Request List. Individuals interested in adding their name to the request list here.

A public season ticket for the seven-game home schedule in 2019 will cost $420, an average of $60 per game. The increase of $3 per game is the first increase in season ticket prices since 2015. Additionally, season ticket prices rose just $1 per game between 2011 and 2018 ($56 from 2011-14; $57 from 2015-18).

Student ticket prices will be unchanged from the 2018 season, while Faculty/Staff tickets will be $56 per game ($392 total).

Nebraska’s home schedule will feature five Big Ten Conference games, beginning with a visit by defending Big Ten Champion Ohio State on September 28th. Nebraska will play host to 2018 Big Ten West champ Northwestern a week later on October 5th.

The Huskers will host Indiana on October 26th, marking the Hoosiers’ first visit to Lincoln since Nebraska joined the Big Ten in 2011. The Big Ten home schedule concludes with November visits by Big Ten West rivals Wisconsin and Iowa.

The Huskers’ open their home schedule with a pair of non-conference games, beginning with the August 31st season opener against South Alabama, and a September 14th contest against 2018 Mid-American Conference champion Northern Illinois. Nebraska will open the 2019 season with an NCAA-record 368 consecutive sellouts.


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