PROVO, Utah — BYU football season tickets go on sale to the public starting Monday, May 1 for the 2017 season, which includes six games at LaVell Edwards Stadium against Portland State, Utah, Wisconsin, Boise State, San Jose State and UMass.
Season ticket packages range from $220 to $500. End Zone and select Sideline Bleacher seats start at $220, while additional Sideline Bleacher packages are available for $240. Prime Sideline seats are $350 with Sideline Bleachair (permanent seatbacks) sections available for $500. Additional seating options, as well as benefits like parking passes, are available through the BYU Cougar Club (801-422-2583).
To purchase season tickets and get information about ticketing options in LaVell Edwards Stadium, go to BYUtickets.com or call 801-422-BYU1 (2981). BYU faculty and staff can purchase up to four season tickets at a 20-percent discounted rate.
Fans will get their first look at the 2017 team when the Cougars open their second season under head coach Kalani Sitake in LaVell Edwards Stadium against Portland State on Saturday, Aug. 26. After facing LSU in Houston, BYU then returns to Provo to host back-to-back games in LaVell Edwards Stadium against in-state rival Utah and the Wisconsin Badgers of the Big Ten.
The Cougars and Utes will meet in Provo on Saturday, Sept. 9 in the 92nd football matchup between the long-time rivals. Wisconsin, coming off a No. 9 national finish in 2016, will be making its first-ever trip to LaVell Edwards Stadium to face BYU on Saturday, Sept. 16.
The Cougars play again at home on Oct. 6 when BYU and Boise State meet in a featured Friday night matchup at 8:15 p.m. in LaVell Edwards Stadium. Last year the then No. 14 Broncos came back to edge the Cougars 28-27 on the blue turf in Albertsons Stadium on their way to a 10-3 overall record.
BYU will host San Jose State on Saturday, Oct. 28 before concluding the home schedule on Senior Day against fellow independent UMass on Saturday, Nov. 18.
Additional game times will be announced at a later date.