USF Football Season Tickets Available May 1st

By on April 29, 2015

courtesy of University of South Florida Athletics


TAMPA, FLA. — Season tickets for the 2015 USF Football campaign are available to the general public starting on Friday, May 1 at 9:00 a.m.


The Bulls Club Champion Seating Program has for the first time made prime seating locations in Raymond James Stadium available to all fans. The new program also adds great season ticket member benefits as well as discounted prices for USF alumni, faculty and staff starting at a 20 percent discount through May. The tax-deductible donation portion of each season ticket purchase goes directly toward scholarships and academic support of USF’s 400-plus student-athletes.


Season tickets for the 2015 Bulls’ football season can be purchased by calling 1-800-GoBulls, visiting or in-person at the USF Ticket Office (Sun Dome, Gate B) Monday-through-Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.


Thousands of season ticket members renewed or improved their seats through the April 15 priority deadline, surpassing renewal rates for the previous season, but many terrific seat locations remain. Season tickets provide tremendous savings over single-game priced seating sections. Three mid-field sections, starting as low as $400 for the year, provide full access to the club section with its air conditioning, food and beverage service and restrooms. (SEE MAP)


Fans also may purchase season tickets priced between $125-$150 for lower bowl seats in the south endzone and southwest corner of the stadium that include a minimal or no Bulls Club donation. Season tickets in the Blue ($250), Orange ($150) and Brown ($125) sections range between $42 and $21 per game, while single game tickets in those sections will cost between $60 and $35 per game.


USF, which signed the best recruiting class in The American for the second-straight season, will have a home slate that features a clash with ACC foe Syracuse in the non-conference season and match-ups with co-defending American Athletic Conference champions Cincinnati and Memphis among four conference games.


USF returns 13 starters (5 offense, 7 defense and 1 specialist) for Head Coach Willie Taggart’s third season at the helm. The Bulls will return their top five tacklers (nine the top 12 overall) and players that accounted for 73 percent of the team’s tackles in 2014. USF returns 100 percent of its rushing yardage from 2014, including 1,000-yard rusher Marlon Mack, and 50 percent of its receptions and receiving yards.


The USF Football program completed its 18th season and 15th at the FBS level in 2014. The Bulls have made six bowl appearances, including every season between 2005-10, and have four bowl game victories. USF has produced 14 All-America selections, 23 NFL Draft picks and reached the No. 2 ranking in the Associated Press Poll in 2007.

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