Affordable entertainment this fall can be found at H.A. Chapman Stadium on the campus of The University of Tulsa. The Golden Hurricane football team ranked as one of the nation’s best offensive teams last year, scoring over 37 points and averaging more than 500 yards per game, and in the second year under Head Coach Philip Montgomery, those numbers have the great potential to get even higher.
The price of admission to Tulsa football pales to the entertainment value and excitement created on the field, the best value in the state of Oklahoma.
Season ticket prices range from $78 to $210 for the six-game home schedule. By purchasing a season ticket, fans can save $7 per game over a single-game cost.
The $78 end zone seat averages to only $13 per game for the 2016 season. Blue Zone season tickets (bench seats on east and west side) are priced at $150, and Gold Zone season packages (chair back east and west side), are priced at $210.
Can’t make all six games, the 3-Game Pick‘em Plan allows fans the opportunity to purchase tickets to any three games. Prices for the 3-Game Pick‘em Plan are $45 for end zone seats, $84 for the Blue Zone and $114 for the Gold Zone.
Families can purchase the Mazzio’s Family Fun Zone Ticket Plan, including two adults and two children, for only $195, which amounts to just $48.75 per family member for the six-game schedule.
Tickets can be purchased online at TulsaHurricane.com, by calling 918.631.GoTU (4688) or by stopping by the Reynolds Center Athletic Ticket Office, Mon-Fri., 8:30-5 p.m., on the TU campus.
Tulsa kicks off the 2016 season at home against the San Jose State Spartans, on Saturday, Sept. 3.
Tulsa also hosts North Carolina A&T (Sept. 17), and begins American Athletic Conference competition on Friday, October 7 against the SMU Mustangs. The Hurricane also hosts American opponents Tulane (Oct. 22), East Carolina (Nov. 5) and Cincinnati (Nov. 25).