STANFORD, Calif. – Single-game tickets for all 2014 Stanford football home games go on sale July 22 with very limited inventory remaining for several games, including the Sept. 6 USC contest. The sale begins at 9 a.m. (PT) on GoStanford.com.
Stanford is the two-time defending Pac-12 champion and achieved 100 percent graduation rate during these championship seasons. All seven home games were sold out in 2013, as well as all season ticket and mini-plan packages.
Single game tickets for the USC game (Sept. 6, 12:30 p.m.) will be sold using a Predictable Dynamic Pricing structure, which was used throughout the 2013 season. While all games are expected to sell out, that contest is expected to sell out quickly, and the few remaining tickets for these games will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
@GoStanford social media followers will be tweeted a special promotion code at 9 a.m. PT July 21, providing earlier access to these sought-after single game tickets. The promotional code allows for early access to the inventory but no discount on the Predictable Dynamic Pricing program.
Predictable Dynamic Pricing is a variable ticket pricing plan that follows a predetermined and transparently announced pricing schedule. Prices start at a publicized price on July 22, and if any inventory remains, prices will decrease at 9 a.m. P.T. on July 25, July 29 and August 1. If tickets are not sold out, they will be subject to market-based pricing beginning on August 5, which could be higher.
Customers who choose to buy tickets at the initial price assure themselves the first selection of best-available seats in the largest contiguous groups. Customers who would rather pay a lower price have the option to wait for the price to decrease, but risk the chance of the game selling out before the price falls to their desired level. Predictable Dynamic Pricing is an orderly way of allocating a very limited number of remaining seats that are expected to be in high demand.
Tickets for games against UC Davis (Aug. 30, 1 p.m.) Army (Sept. 13, 2 p.m.), Washington State (Oct. 10, 6 p.m.), Oregon State (Oct. 25) and Utah (Nov. 15) start at $30 for Corner/Endzone admission and range up to $105 for East/Sunny Touchdown tickets.
Numerous seat locations are already sold out, while a limited quantity of season tickets remain available, starting at $249, for fans who wish to secure the best available value for a full season of home games. Additionally, ongoing mini-plan sales continue at a brisk pace with limited availability remaining. With those plans, fans choose three games with price ranges varying from $94 to $198 depending on seat location and game selection. Fans interested in purchasing season tickets or mini-plans should call 1-800-STANFORD (option 3) or visit GoStanford.com/tickets.
Stanford will again offer tickets using mobile delivery - the ability to deliver tickets to a mobile device and the ability to present that mobile device for entry at an event. The Mobile Delivery feature can be used to send tickets as PDF files that are formatted for viewing on a smart phone or Apple Passbook files that can be stored as tickets on select Apple devices. Tickets delivered via mobile delivery include a 2D barcode that can be scanned for entry at an event.
The two-time reigning Pac-12 champion Cardinal plays six home games this season and has posted a 26-1 mark at Stanford Stadium over the past four seasons with a 32-2 mark over the last five.
Stanford's season opens Aug. 30 with a 1 p.m. (PT) home game against UC Davis. The game will be televised nationally on Pac-12 Networks.