Iowa football sets ticket prices for 2018 season

Iowa football announced ticket prices for the 2018 season Tuesday.

The Hawkeyes, who play seven home games at Kinnick Stadium in 2018, listed season tickets for the general public at $415. Student season tickets are going for $150 with a $125 option to exclude Iowa’s regular season finale against Nebraska.

Here is more season ticket information from Iowa’s press release:

The season ticket renewal process is currently underway for general public and Faculty/Staff renewals, with the deadline set for March 31. Student ticket orders will be accepted beginning April 2. Fans who are not currently season ticket holders and are interested in purchasing season tickets can order online by visiting to be placed in the seat selection process.  Signing up immediately allows fans into the queue for the best locations as they become available. The process for choosing seats begins on or around May 18.

Iowa also announced ticket prices for individual home games in 2018. Home dates against Iowa State and Wisconsin are tied for the most-expense ticket in 2018 at $95. Here’s the set ticket price from Iowa for each 2018 home game:

  • Northern Illinois (Sept. 1) – $50
  • Iowa State (Sept. 8) – $95
  • Northern Iowa (Sept. 15) – $50
  • Wisconsin (Sept. 22) – $95
  • Maryland (Oct. 20) – $65
  • Northwestern (Nov. 10) – $65
  • Nebraska (Nov. 23) – $75

“We are excited about our 2018 home schedule and the opening of the new north end zone in Kinnick Stadium,” Iowa athletic director Gary Barta said in a press release. “Our pricing structure and ticket packages provide Hawkeye fans the opportunity to select the games they wish to attend through a number of options. We anticipate a high demand for the premium games on our schedule.”

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