July 11, 2012
IOWA CITY, Iowa - A limited supply of single-game tickets to the home games of the 2012 University of Iowa football team will go on sale the week of July 23, with fans of the Hawkeyes who are also members of the National I-Club being provided the first opportunity to make a purchase.
Because of the record-setting demand for season tickets to the seven home games Kirk Ferentz's squad will play inside historic Kinnick Stadium in 2012, the number of tickets available for purchase on a single-game basis is small in total number. In fact, it is likely that only "singles" - individual seat locations scattered throughout Kinnick - will be available for Iowa's home games against Iowa State and Minnesota.
The UI Athletics Ticket Office will accept orders for single-game tickets online at hawkeyesports.com beginning at 6 a.m. Orders placed over the phone (1-800 IA-HAWKS) or over the counter at the UI Athletics Ticket Office in Carver-Hawkeye Arena will be accepted from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
The schedule for single-game ticket sales is as follows:
Monday, July 23 - Kinnick Society and Champion Hawk
Tuesday, July 24 - Golden Hawk
Wednesday, July 25 - All other donor levels
Thursday, July 26 - Non-donor season ticket holders and mini season ticketholders
Friday, July 27 - General public
The UI Athletics Ticket Office will place a limit on the number of single-game tickets fans can order for each game. The limit will be based on their membership status in the National I-Club:
Iowa State, Minnesota, Penn State and Nebraska Games
Kinnick Society and Champion Club - Limit six (6) tickets per order per game
Golden Hawks - Limit four (4) tickets per order per game
All other levels of giving - Limit two (2) tickets per order per game
Northern Iowa, Central Michigan and Purdue Games
Kinnick Society and Champion Club - Limit eight (8) tickets per order per game
Golden Hawks - Limit six (6) tickets per order per game
All other levels of giving - Limit four (4) tickets per order per game
Ticket prices range from $70 for games against Iowa State and Nebraska to $55 for Central Michigan. A $25 ticket for use by boys and girls high school age and younger is also available for the games against Northern Iowa and Central Michigan.
As in the past, Hawkeye Village is the best solution for fans of the Hawkeyes looking to entertain groups in sizes from two or four to 20, 40 or 200. For details about Hawkeye Village ticket and game-day hospitality packages, fans should call Bravo Sports Marketing at (319) 626-8286 or go online to bravosportsmarketing.com.