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IU announces tiered football ticket pricing

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Fans can now get single-game tickets for a more affordable price.

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Indiana football fans can check off another box from their wish list. On Wednesday, IU announced new tiered single-game football ticket pricing effective starting this season.

The change comes after a season that saw a number of fans complain about ticket prices. Now, the new system includes four price points for each individual home game, and the price for each game will vary based on section and opponent. Single-game tickets can be purchased for as little as $20, according to the release. Adult tickets to both the Michigan and Ohio State games can be purchased starting at $50. Check out all the prices here, and a map of the new tiered sections here.

After announcing in late April that Memorial Stadium will sell beer and wine this upcoming season, Athletic Director Fred Glass continues to make an effort to improve the gameday experience for the fans.

“Memorial Stadium is already the most family-friendly and affordable place to attend a football game in the Big Ten,” Glass said. “This move provides greater flexibility for our fans to choose the tier and pricing option that best fits their needs.”

Single-game tickets go on sale to the general public starting June 11.