EUGENE, Ore. — More than 40,000 Duck football fans bought season tickets this year, making it the 11th year in a row.
But even if you aren’t a season ticket holder, you’ll be able to get tickets to Oregon’s seven home games on Monday.
They’ll cost you between $396 and $486 for seats in regular reserved and end zone reserved seats.
Many fans thought this wasn’t something that happened too often, but athletic department managers say it’s not unusual at all.
“The greatest difference this year is probably there are tickets available that do not require a donation. So it increases the opportunity. It’s a great chance for those who haven’t had season tickets before,” said Assistant Athletic Director for Media Services Dave Williford.
The Ducks will open the season September 1 against Arkansas State.