1st NIU Home Football Game of 2013

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huskies125The 2013 Northern Illinois football team will make its home debut when the Huskies play host to Eastern Illinois this Saturday, September 21st at 6 p.m. in the first of five home games this season. NIU will carry the longest on-campus winning streak in the country – 21 games – into that contest.

Season and single game tickets for Northern Illinois’ 2013 home schedule are on sale now. The Huskieland Plan, which includes a ticket to all five home games (sections A and G) and $50 in Doggie Dollars good for parking and/or concessions, is just $50. All remaining season ticket locations for the 2013 Huskie Stadium home slate are just $100 while NIU Alumni Association members, senior citizens (62+), youth (3-13), NIU Varsity Club (former letterwinners) members and faculty and staff can see every game for just $88. Season tickets are available by calling NIU Athletics at 815-753-PACK (7225), or online at www.NIUHuskies.com/tickets.

The new Win-Win Ticket provides a seat for the Eastern Illinois game in a prime location of the stadium for $50. If the Huskies continue their record-setting winning streak, the fan will be mailed a ticket for the same seat for the second home game free of charge. As long as the Huskies win, the fan will receive a free ticket to the next game in the mail. For more information on the Win-Win Ticket, click here.

Single game tickets are priced at just $15 for seating in the upper rows of sections A and G in Huskie Stadium, while seats in sections B, F and lower A and G are $24 for the general public and $18 for senior citizens (ages 62 and over) and youth (ages 3-13). Seats in section C, D and E, as well as seats on the East Side, are just $30 for the general public and $20 for senior citizens and youth. Single game tickets for the five-game home schedule can be purchased through the NIU Athletics Ticket Office in the Convocation Center, online via Ticketmaster and www.NIUHuskies.com and on the phone by calling 815-753-PACK (7225).

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