Written By: NM State Athletic Dept.
LAS CRUCES, N.M. - The New Mexico State athletic department released the season and single-game prices for the 2010 football season.
The 2010 NM State football home schedule includes non-conference opponents San Diego State on Sept. 11 and I-25 rival New Mexico on October 9. In addition, four WAC opponents will visit Las Cruces in 2010, including Fiesta Bowl Champion Boise State, Louisiana Tech, San Jose State, and Hawaii. The dates of the WAC games will be announced at a later date, pending completion of the WAC’s ESPN schedule.
Like 2009, a season ticket purchase is the best deal for Aggie fans, saving 56% off the single-game prices in most sections. Season tickets start for as little as $44 for general admission seats and chairback seats at midfield cost just $117. However, most seats in the stadium are priced between $47 and $52. Compare the season ticket prices to single-game prices and the savings for Aggie fans that choose season tickets is significant.
If a fan bought reserved seats to all six games, it would cost $118. The same reserved seat with a season ticket package costs just $52, giving the fan $66 worth of free, Aggie entertainment. When broken into hours, the deal looks even better. A typical college football game lasts three hours, meaning that a season ticket holder will receive 18 hours of entertainment for $52. That is only $2.88 per hour.
“We are committed to providing the community with affordable entertainment,” said NM State Athletic Director Dr. McKinley Boston. “While the best deals are reserved for those that purchase season tickets, we will continue to feature the lowest single-game prices in the WAC and in the region.”
New ticket orders will be filled in the order they are received. Season tickets are available now at the Pan American Center ticket office or by calling 575-646-1420.