K-State Athletics announces ticket mini-plans for home football games

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K-State fans in cheer on their football team during their game against TCU at Bill Snyder Family Stadium on Oct. 19, 2019. The Wildcats took the Horned Frogs 24-17. (Logan Wassall | Collegian Media Group)

The Kansas State Athletic Department announced two revised mini-plans for football season ticket holders. The announcement comes after the seating capacity for Bill Snyder Family Stadium was set at 12,000 people, which is approximately 25 percent of the full capacity.

There are two mini-plans:

  • Three-game mini-plan – attendance for Arkansas State on Sept 12, Texas Tech on Oct 3 and Oklahoma State on Nov 7.
  • Two-game mini-plan – attendance for Kansas on Oct 24 and Texas on Dec 5.

Each plan is priced at $360 for midfield, $300 for red zone, $225 for end zone and $150 for upper deck seating options.

Fans can add a $50 parking pass to either plan. The pass covers all games in the package.

Only digital tickets are available and remain on sale until Aug. 26.

Student tickets remain a season-long pass. As long as a K-State student purchased their ticket before July 31, they are good for all five home games.

There are new rules for the stadium to mitigate the spread of COVID-19:

  • Fans must bring a face covering to cover their face and their nose. It must be worn the entire game.
  • Parking lots will open along with stadium gates two hours prior to kickoff for fans to park, but no tailgating will be allowed.
  • Fans are unable to reenter the stadium. This takes away the option for fans to return to their vehicle to tailgate at halftime if they plan on watching the second half in the stadium. K-State will also expand in-stadium alcohol sales.
  • Hand sanitization stations will be available throughout the stadium for fan usage.

The Wildcats begin the season Sept. 12 against Arkansas State at home.

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