In order to attend all seven home games at Kinnick Stadium during the 2019 Iowa Hawkeye football season, season ticket holders will need to shell out $405. That’s not too bad when you compare it to other Big Ten schools like Ohio State ($895) and Michigan ($950). But it’s still a lot of money for many fans, especially those who have other things like rent or mortgage payments to make.
So how do Iowa Hawkeye football season ticket prices compare to the rest of the country?According to a recent study by Business Insider, Iowa has the 18th most expensive season tickets in college football. This is based on the average price of a season ticket ($410) and the cost of living in Iowa City.
When you factor in things like inflation and seat location, it’s actually cheaper to be an Iowa Hawkeye season ticket holder than it was 10 years ago.
Iowa Hawkeye football season tickets are some of the most affordable in the country. For just $99, fans can get access to all seven home games, including marquee matchups against Big Ten foes Wisconsin, Nebraska and Iowa State. That’s less than $15 per game!
And with student ticket prices starting at just $25 per game, it’s easy to see why Kinnick Stadium is consistently ranked as one of the best values in college football.
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How Much Do Iowa Hawkeye Football Season Tickets Cost
Iowa Hawkeye football season tickets cost $70 for adults and $35 for children ages 2-18. There is a $5 per ticket processing fee for all orders.
Iowa Hawkeye football season tickets are some of the most affordable in the country. For just $399, fans can get a season ticket to all seven home games. That works out to be less than $60 per game.