LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky will reduce total season ticket prices and K Fund donations for 57% of seats at Kroger Field this fall, with 36% unchanged for seven home games.
The Wildcats, who won the Belk Bowl to finish 8-5 last season, will play one fewer home game this fall compared with 2019. The difference will be reflected in season ticket prices, the school said in a news release. Season ticket pricing for green and yellow sections and select rows in the 200 level has decreased by $25, to $340 each. K Fund donations in select rows of sections 4 and 8 and 204 and 208 will decrease $75 each.
The K Fund helps support student-athletes.
New season ticket holders can purchase corner and sideline sections throughout the 200 level for $250 and $320 each respectively.
Premium areas such as the Woodford Reserve Mezzanine Club and field level club will increase after Feb. 7 to $500 per ticket with K Fund donations unchanged. Until then, renewals are available for $410 per ticket plus K Fund donations.
Kentucky's home opener is Sept. 5 against Eastern Michigan.