May 8, 2013
BUY SEASON TICKETS | 2013 SCHEDULE
CINCINNATI – Season tickets for the 2013 University of Cincinnati football campaign, are on sale to the general public, the department of athletics announced Wednesday.
University of Cincinnati football is presented by Fifth Third Bank.
Football season tickets are one of the best values in town with packages starting at $125 for seats in the Coaches Corner with no UCATS donation required. The Bearcats will play all six home games inside Nippert Stadium with matchups scheduled against Connecticut, Louisville, Purdue, Northwestern State, SMU and Temple.
UC, the only NCAA FBS AQ school in the country to win or share its conference title in four of the past five years, enters a new era in 2013, with head coach Tommy Tuberville taking the reins of the program. Tuberville, a 17-year head coaching veteran, was named UC's head coach in mid-December.
SEASON TICKET PACKAGES
- Season tickets start at $125 in the Coaches Corner with no required UCATS donation
- Other plans include seats in the: Red Zone: $175; Bearcats Lair: $175; Upper Sideline: $210; Lower Sideline: $260; Prime: $335 and VIP: $600.
- UCATS donations are required for some seat locations.
- Tax-deductible donations to UCATS, the athletics development office, provide scholarship support for all 19 of UC’s varsity sports.
- Ticket packages for faculty, staff and C-Club members are priced at $235
There are a number of ways fans can order tickets, in person at the athletics ticket office on the fourth floor of the Richard E. Lindner Center in Varsity Village, over the phone by calling 1-877-CATS-TIX or online by clicking the tickets tab at www.GoBEARCATS.com.
Fans should purchase before June 1 to take advantage of a payment plan. Please note that payment plans are only available for fans who call the customer service center at 1-877-CATS-TIX to order their seats.
Fans who purchase online through www.GoBEARCATS.com can take advantage of our new pick your own seat map that allows you to click through the entire stadium to spot best available locations for seats.
Season ticket holders receive priority on access to bowl tickets, away game tickets as well as invitations to special events prior to and during the season.
The Bearcats open up the campaign with Purdue on Aug. 31, 2013 in Nippert. After a road game at Illinois, UC returns home on Sept. 14 to take on Northwestern State. UC will play host to a Friday night matchup with American Athletic Conference foe Temple inside Nippert Stadium. On Oct. 11. Connecticut wraps up the only two-game homestand of the year for the Bearcats on Homecoming (Oct. 19). The Bearcats face SMU in the first-ever meeting between the two schools on Nov. 9 and close out the regular season on Thursday, Dec. 5 in a primetime home matchup for the Keg of Nails against Louisville.