The off-season has officially become the “pre-season” for the Missouri Tigers, as the program put its Football tickets on sale on Thursday. Starting this weekend, Tiger fans will have several options to choose from, ranging from one game to all year.
Single-game tickets and ticket packages for Mizzou home games went on sale Thursday for Tiger Scholarship Fund members and current season ticket holders. But the game passes became open to the general public on Friday, where everyone could begin purchasing the remaining tickets.
6,000 new seats were added to Memorial Stadium, allowing more fans to be able to line up for 2014 tickets over the weekend.
The Football program upped the anti with its ticket packages this season. A mini-season ticket plan has been made available for fans who still want to enjoy the experience of football in person this season, but aren’t able to fork out the big bucks for full season tickets.
The mini-season ticket plan, priced at $99, gets fans into three of Mizzou’s eight home games during 2014. There are different packages that can be bought that include different opponents. All of the mini-plans start with tickets to the South Dakota St. home opener on August 30.
After the season tickets and mini season plans and single-game tickets get sold, individual SEC home game tickets will go on sale on August 4. According to KOMU News in Columbia, if tickets remain after August 4, they will be made available to the public online on August 12, and by phone, online, or in person at the Mizzou Arena ticket office on August 13.
Mizzou doesn’t begin its SEC home tilt until October 11, when it welcomes Georgia to Faurot Field.