TTU football season tickets available as low as $25 a month - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

TTU football season tickets available as low as $25 a month

Provided by Texas Tech Athletics 

Texas Tech Football fans can purchase season tickets for as low as $25 per month as part of a seven-month payment plan that begins today with the start of season ticket sales for the 2014 season.

"We are excited about the 2014 football season and look forward to setting yet another attendance record at Jones AT&T Stadium," Athletics Director Kirby Hocutt said. "Season ticket sales are the lifeblood of our athletics program and we encourage all Red Raider fans to act early and take advantage of the payment plans being offered. Great things are ahead for this program and we don't the best fans in college football to miss a single moment."

With the best home schedule in school history, Red Raider fans won't want to be miss any of the action in 2014 and can renew or purchase new season tickets beginning today through the athletics ticket office (806-742-8324; West Stadium Building lobby, M-F: 8:30-5 p.m.) or online at texastech.com.

Fans that make the season commitment today through Feb. 28 can take advantage of a seven-month payment plan that makes the price of a season ticket as low as $25 per month, per season ticket.

With individual game prices for Arkansas and Texas starting at $85 and $95, respectively, fans can purchase a full six-game season ticket for less than the price of the Arkansas and Texas games combined.

Season ticket prices for 2014 reflect a $5 increase per game in all bowl sections and start at $179.

Texas Tech opens the 2014 season at Jones AT&T Stadium against Central Arkansas on Aug. 30 and concludes non-conference play at home against the Arkansas Razorbacks on Sept. 13. Tech's home Big 12 schedule features West Virginia (Oct. 11), Kansas (Oct. 18), Texas (Nov. 1) and Oklahoma (Nov. 15).

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