Nebraska Athletics has announced there will be no change in season football ticket prices for the 2017 season. For the third straight year the price of a football season ticket will be $57 per game which is more than a 30 percent savings as compared to single-game ticket prices.
The Huskers will host seven games at Memorial Stadium in 2017. The home schedule features five Big Ten home games, including back-to-back home October matchups against College Football playoff participant Ohio State and West Division champion and Cotton Bowl participant Wisconsin.
Nebraska will also play host to Big Ten West Division foes Iowa and Northwestern, and take on Rutgers in a Big Ten cross-division matchup. The season will open on Sept. 2 against Sun Belt champion Arkansas State and the non-conference schedule also includes a visit from Northern Illinois.
Additionally, Husker season football ticket holders are being provided with new and more flexible payment options for tickets and parking.
Husker season ticket holders can now renew their season tickets for the 2017 season and choose a six-month payment plan option. The new plan is designed to help ticket holders get an early start on renewing their season tickets and spread out the payments over multiple months. Season ticket holders may use Visa, MasterCard or Discover when selecting the payment plan option.
Nebraska will enter the 2017 season with an NCAA-record 354 consecutive sellouts.