Each individual season-ticket package costs $40 and includes games vs. Concordia College (Aug. 31), crosstown rival McMurry (Sept. 7), New Mexico Highlands (Sept. 14) and Homecoming opponent Incarnate Word (Oct. 19)7
Season-ticket holders will save $20 over the single-game price, which will be $15 for adults and $10 for kids 18 and under/seniors 65 and older.
ACU’s game vs. Tarleton State at FC Dallas Stadium on Sept. 28 is not included in the season-ticket package. Tickets for the game between the former Lone Conference rivals are priced at $15 for adults, $10 for students 18 and under, seniors 65 and over, plus all ACU and Tarleton State students.
There is also a $30 ticket for club-level access. Limited suites are available to purchase for $2,500, which includes a $750 food and beverage credit.
All ACU faculty and staff will receive an all-sports pass in the campus mail in July, which can be used for free admission to all Wildcat sporting events. All dependents and spouses will be charged for an all-sports pass – $60 for spouses or dependents 18 and older, $20 for kids 18 and younger as well as spouses 65 and older.
All-sports passes for ACU students will be given out during the first week of school at the Campus Center between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Information for this story provided by ACU Athletics.