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July 14, 2010 at 11:40 AM

Comparing ticket prices

Interesting story here from The Oregonian today breaking down the costs of tickets for Oregon and Oregon State home games in 2010.
As the story notes, Oregon’s highest-priced single-game ticket this year is a whopping $86 for its Nov. 6 date with Washington — apparently the highest in the conference for any single game.
That compares to just $31 for Oregon’s game against Portland State.
Oregon State, meanwhile, is charging a high of $75 for its game against USC, with the caveat that it didn’t even make single-game tickets available for the Oregon game, instead requiring fans to buy a $130 package of tickets to that game and two others (excluding USC). Oregon State’s low is $35 for Louisville.
Charging varying rates for different games is nothing new — UW has also been doing it for years.
Since it isn’t playing some of its more noted Pac-10 rivals at home this season, however — namely Oregon and WSU — UW’s ticket prices this season show a little more uniformity.
Here are UW’s single-game prices for 2010. First price listed is reserved, second is for east end bleachers, third is for value reserved:
Sept. 11 — Syracuse: $66 $32 $38
Sept. 18 — Nebraska: $72 $37 $72
Oct. 9 — Arizona State: $66 $32 $38
Oct. 16 — Oregon State: $72 $37 $38
Oct. 30 — Stanford: $66 $32 $38
Nov. 18 — UCLA: $66 $32 $38

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