Kyle Field Suite Information Released

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Prices for gameday suites at the new and improved Kyle Field when it's finished in two years, were released Monday.

And in some cases enjoying Aggie games in luxury will set you back about a million dollars a year, plus donations.

The top 500 donors and Champions Council members are getting first dibs on these new suites this month.

The 12th Man Foundation tells us they need major donors leasing these suites to make the project happen.

They already have verbal commitments on many of the 114 suites now up for grabs.

While nine of the twelve Founders Suites are already spoken for.

The cheapest suites will be going for $150,000 a year while the 12 best of the best Founders Suites will lease for as high as $15 million for a 15 year agreement.

Artist renderings show the opulence of the new suites including lounges and incredible views.

All suites under $10 million will require an annual fee ranging from $50,000 to $150,000 and you'll still have to pay for individual seats.

12th Man Foundation President Skip Wagner says 80 percent of the suites costing between $1 million to $3 million also have verbal offers.

"The suite seats, the suite seating ranges from as few as 16 on the smaller sideline suites to as many as 28 in the Founders Club suites. And that doesn't count additional standing room only that can be purchased for the suites with anywhere from four to eight people," said Wagner.

Skip Wagner also tells us they are committed to making the new Kyle Field affordable for students, former students and average income Aggies.

Those ticket prices have not been set yet.

They are also looking at parking options including making some of the empty garages available for gameday with 20,000 more fans filling the stadium.

The renovations will increase capacity to 102,500.

Information on all seating options will be released on June 4th.

The general public will also be able to request ordering suites then as well.

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