COLLEGE STATION Season tickets for Texas A&M's upcoming football season are now available to the general public.
Due to additional seating capacity that will be available at the halfway point of the renovated and expanded version of Kyle Field, the 12th Man Foundation currently has 14-thousand season tickets available for the general public.
The upcoming season stadium capacity at Kyle will be 106,300.
And for as little as $365-dollars total, per seat, you can buy in for 6 home games.
Carole Dollins, Senior Vice President of Ticket Operations for the 12th Man Foundation says, "We have season tickets available for anyone at this time. We're certainly pushing them to local community, recent grads. With the increased stadium capacity of 106,300, right now we've got almost 24,000 new seats to sell this year, so we've got lots of seats and looking for people to come out and join us for this year's season."
The less expensive season tickets will be in the upper North Zone, and the upper part of the new South Zone.
Because this is a transition season, those buying A&M Football season tickets won't necessarily be able to keep those seats next year when the expansion is complete and capacity drops to 102,512.
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