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Hawkeye football update

This news story was published on January 22, 2013.
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logo_iowa_hawkeyesIOWA CITY, Iowa — Fans purchasing season or single game tickets for the seven home games to be played by the 2013 University of Iowa football team will pay the same per ticket and for game-day parking as they did in 2012, the UI Athletics Department announced today.

The cost of a season ticket for 2013 will be $388 for the general public, $318 for UI faculty and staff, and $175 for current UI students. Fans of the Hawkeyes who purchased general public or UI faculty/staff season tickets a year ago can place their 2013 season ticket order online beginning today by visiting the online ticket office inside, the official world wide web site of the Iowa Hawkeyes.

Single game tickets, if available, will cost $70 for Iowa’s games against Wisconsin and Michigan, $65 for the Hawkeyes’ games against Northern Illinois, Michigan State, and Northwestern, $60 for the game against Western Michigan, and $55 for the game against Missouri State. A $25 youth ticket will also be available on a limited basis for the games against Northern Illinois, Western Michigan and Missouri State.

The Hawkeyes’ schedule for games to be played inside Kinnick Stadium includes five teams that participated in 2012 bowl games: Northern Illinois, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Northwestern, and Michigan.

Sales of season tickets to current UI students will begin in late March. As in the past, students who will be freshmen in the fall of 2013 will have the opportunity to purchase their football and men’s basketball season tickets during their official summer orientation visit to the UI campus.

If available, single game tickets will go on sale in early July.

Game-day parking fees for the 2013 football season will be the same as in 2012: $20 per car, $50 per recreation vehicle, and $100 for over-the-road buses. Fans will also continue to have the option to park their vehicle in nearby Coralville and ride the Hawkeye Express to and from Kinnick. The cost of Hawkeye Express tickets will remain at $12 for adults and free for boys and girls 12-years-old and younger.


Aug. 31 Northern Illinois

Sept. 7 Missouri State

Sept. 14 at Iowa State (Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series)

Sept. 21 Western Michigan

Sept. 28 at Minnesota

Oct. 5 Michigan State (Homecoming)

Oct. 12 Bye

Oct. 19 at Ohio State

Oct. 26 Northwestern

Nov. 2 Wisconsin

Nov. 9 at Purdue

Nov. 16 Bye

Nov. 23 Michigan

Nov. 29/30 at Nebraska (Hy-Vee Heroes Game)

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