Many Notre Dame faculty and staff will see a decrease in their 2017 and 2018 football ticket costs under a new tiered pricing model announced recently.
Tiered pricing for home game football tickets will create greater access and affordability for many fans, while increasing prices for the most desirable seats. Notre Dame previously charged the same price for all tickets to football games, with fans in the end zones paying the same as those on the 50 yard line. Variable pricing by opponent, in place since 2012, will continue.
Faculty and staff season tickets members typically sit in the end zones of Notre Dame Stadium. Beginning in 2017, season ticket prices in the end zones will decrease to $400 in the upper level and $550 in the lower level.
In the coming days, faculty, staff and retirees who are season ticket members will receive individualized information on the cost of their current seats going forward and opportunities to change their seat locations, if desired.
As a part of the University’s benefits package, faculty and staff have the opportunity to purchase two season tickets for football games. (See the University’s Athletic Tickets Policy on the HR website.) Faculty and staff are exempt from paying the annual gift required to gain access to season tickets.
Faculty, staff and retirees who wish to purchase new season tickets for the upcoming season will be contacted via email with that opportunity in April. Season tickets are the surest way to guarantee access to every game. Single-game football tickets will go on sale in July, and availability will be based on demand.
For more information about the University’s announcement, including an FAQ and seating chart, visit www.und.com/tickets/season-tix-info-17.html.