1st NIU Home Football Game of 2013


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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