The University of Colorado athletic department is raising prices on football season tickets by $8 a game for about a-third of the seats at Boulder's Folsom Field next season.
Prices will go from $50 per game to $58 for about 18,000 of the best seats at the 54,750-seat stadium. If all those tickets are sold, it'll mean a revenue boost of about $875,000.
The department had a record $45 million budget this year.
Season tickets for those sections affected by the increase will be $348. Since there are six games instead of seven, the total cost is $7 less than in 2008.
Prices for three levels remain unchanged, ranging from $180 to $300 for the six home games.
The Buffs will host Colorado State, Wyoming, Kansas, Missouri, Texas A&M and Nebraska in 2009.
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