STANFORD, Calif. – Stanford football fans will be able to purchase a limited-offering of season mini-plan tickets starting July 15.
- Buy Mini Plans Now
Only a limited number of three-game mini-plans will be available, consisting of three games and allowing customers to pick one game from each month of the season (San Jose State or Arizona State in September, Washington or UCLA in October and Oregon, Cal or Notre Dame in November).
Mini plan pricing is $159 for corner/end zone, $179 for sunny sideline, and $199 for shady goal. The corner/end zone price level is unavailable for the UCLA game and limited tickets exist for the Notre Dame game. Mini plan seating is determined by the Athletic Ticket Office and can be directly purchased here.
Group ticket plans also go on sale July 15.
Single game tickets will go on sale to the general public starting August 1, inventory permitting. However, all indications point to extreme inventory limitations this year with a record number (nearly 33,000) season tickets having already been purchased to see the reigning Pac-12 champion Cardinal.
Included in that figure are sold out family and young alumni plans. Coupled with a season ticket holder presale for individual game tickets (now through July 31) and required allotments for visiting schools, Stanford Stadium’s 50,000 seat capacity is filling fast.
The only way to guarantee the best available seats for each of our marquee games is to buy season tickets, and even those will likely sell out soon.
The Cardinal plays seven home games this season and has posted an 18-1 mark at Stanford Stadium over the past three seasons with a 24-2 mark over the last four.
Stanford's season opens Sept. 7 with an 8 p.m. (PT) home game against a San Jose State team that won 11 games a year ago. The game will be televised nationally on Pac-12 Networks.
Fans are encouraged to visit GoStanford.com to buy season tickets.