When announcing plans earlier this year to move forward with the expected north end zone renovation, Arkansas announced a portion of the revenue would come from adjusting ticket prices across the stadium.
Today, we found out exactly what they meant.
Lower level seats in Fayetteville will cost $85 apiece for SEC games this fall. UA is touting this as the best home schedule in program history, and they’re putting a pretty significant increase on the majority of seats in the stadium to take advantage of it. The same seats last year cost $55 per for the SEC games against Mississippi State and Missouri (the Democrat-Gazette reports Auburn tickets were $65.) From $55 to $85 is a 55% increase.
However, Arkansas also announced they would be lowering ticket prices for upper-level tickets, and they are - for the non-conference games. There are only two non-conference games in Fayetteville this year, but you can get an upper-level ticket to the Louisiana Tech and/or Texas State games for $35.
UA has also lowered some tickets for the Alcorn State game in Little Rock. End zone seats at War Memorial are also only $35. All other seats are $45. In previous years, Arkansas has made War Memorial tickets more expensive than Fayetteville tickets to help make up for the cost of playing games in Little Rock.
Alabama and LSU tickets are reportedly already sold out. As of now, single tickets for all the other games remain.
Single game tickets are now on sale. Fans may order single game tickets at any time by logging on to ArkansasRazorbacks.com. Single game tickets may also be purchased by calling 1-800-982-HOGS (4647) or by visiting the Razorback Ticket Center on weekdays between 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.