If the first six months of the Mark Stoops era and the Blue/White Spring Game are any indication, Commonwealth Stadium should be a popular place to be in the fall. And as always, buying season tickets remains the best and most cost-effective way to attend every game in 2013.
Season tickets cost $277 for sideline seats and $242 in the end zone. Paying single-game prices, you would spend $420 to attend all seven games, which translates to a savings of at least $143 per ticket plus getting to know where you will be sitting for every home game.
To purchase season tickets, visit UKfootballtix.com today.
Fans who buy season tickets before July 14 will receive them in new "All-In" books and those who buy before June 28 will have an exclusive first chance to select home and away single-game tickets by that date. Print this form to place your order.
If you're eager to see UK football in action as soon as possible, your first chance will be in Nashville, Tenn., on Saturday, August 31 when the Wildcats face Western Kentucky University. Tickets are $63 for club level, $43 for lower sideline, and $38 for lower end zone. Order tickets online or by calling (800) 928-2287. Seats will be assigned according to K Fund points after the June 28th priority deadline.