Thanks to a 98-percent renewal rate among football season ticket holders, which translates into 32,000 renewals, season tickets will not go on sale to the general public this year for Utah's football games the school announced Thursday.
Any available single-game tickets will go on sale Aug. 6. As always, additional tickets could go on sale during the season if visiting teams return unused tickets.
Visiting temas are allotted 2,500 tickets.
The Utes have sold out their home games for the last two seasons.
According to the university, the breakdown in tickets sold is 32,000 in season ticket renewals, 7,000 student tickets and 3,500 allocated for school use which includes player comp tickets and band tickets.
- Lya Wodraska
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