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September 8, 2010 at 10:26 AM

Ticket update

With the first home game of the season just a few days away, thought it a good time to post some updated ticket numbers.
UW has sold 44,167 non-student season tickets (the best way to gauge how many have been sold to the general public).
Here’s how that compares to seasons since 2005:
2010: 44,167
2009: 40,600
2008: 43,497
2007: 43,516
2006: 42,598
2005: 46,558
As you can see, a slight uptick from last season but largely keeping in line with where the numbers have been since the dropoff began in both play and ticket sales in the middle part of the decade (2004 was the first year UW began consistently having non-sellout crowds).
And here are the total single-game tickets distributed for each game so far this season — these totals include student tickets:
Syracuse: 59,586
Nebraska: 70,444
Arizona State: 57,116
Oregon State: 59,479
Stanford: 56,973
UCLA: 57,498
As you can see there, the only game threatening to be a sellout at the moment is the visit next week from Nebraska. (And to answer a question I see already asked, UW sells roughly 6,200 student tickets).

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