May 20, 2014
FORT COLLINS, Colo. - Single-game tickets to all of Colorado State's home football games and the Rocky Mountain Showdown went on sale to the general public Tuesday at 10 a.m. Fans can purchase online at CSURams.com/tickets, the Ram Zone bookstore, which is located at 172 N. College Ave., or by calling (970) 491-7267.
Rocky Mountain Showdown individual tickets
Tickets for the Rams' season opener at Sports Authority Field at Mile High against in-state rival Colorado on Friday, Aug. 29, start as low as $25. Club and suite seating is also available, with club seats for the 86th renewal of the longstanding rivalry selling for $110.
Tickets for the season-opener will be mailed up to five days prior to the game. Fans choosing to pick up their tickets at Will Call can pick them up at the CSU ticket office or the ticket office at Sports Authority Field at Mile High the day of the game.
Single-game tickets for six home games
Individual game tickets for CSU's six-game home schedule (UC Davis, Tulsa, Utah State, Wyoming, Hawai'i and New Mexico) can be purchased for as low as $22. Ram fans can purchase seats in the north end zone and sections in the southwest and northwest corners for $22. The remaining west sideline sections range in price from $35-$70.
There is a $2 processing fee attached to each ticket. Fans will not be charged for printing at home, mobile delivery or picking up from the CSU ticket office. Tickets that are mailed to fans include with a $5 fee.
Once again, fans have the opportunity to choose from three mini-plan packages. Each mini-plan features tickets to the Aug. 29 Rocky Mountain Showdown, and they start as low as $20.
Mini-Plan 1: Colorado, Utah State, New Mexico
Mini-Plan 2: Colorado, UC Davis, Wyoming
Mini-Plan 3: Colorado, Tulsa, Hawai'i
Oct. 4 vs. Tulsa (Ag Day/Orange Out)
Oct. 18 vs. Utah State (Homecoming)
Oct. 25 vs. Wyoming (Border War/Pink Out)
Nov. 8 vs. Hawai'i (Military Day)
Nov. 22 vs. New Mexico (Senior Day)
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