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  • #1 by Mr. Porkleone on 09 Aug 2017
  • Anyone know the cost ect and donation amounts.
  • #2 by WSPHOG on 09 Aug 2017
  • I was told by the foundation it would be around the $6,000-$8,000 range. But that was 7 months ago before they were officially on sale. Might have changed since then...
  • #3 by tcchog on 10 Aug 2017
  • Loge  box seats are 4,000 per seat. 16,000.00 per season
  • #4 by crazyrazy on 10 Aug 2017
  • $16K per season - 4 seats.  Price same regardless of which level they're on.
  • #5 by GTOWNHOG on 10 Aug 2017
  • Well, $16K per season for end zone seats to watch the Razorbacks win 8 or 9 games in a season is surely a wonderful deal.....  ;D ::) 
  • #6 by TebowHater on 10 Aug 2017
  • Do the loge boxes come with access to the lounges with catered food, drinks, etc.?
  • #7 by rzrbkman on 10 Aug 2017
  • Well, $16K per season for end zone seats to watch the Razorbacks win 8 or 9 games in a season is surely a wonderful deal.....  ;D ::)
    I anticipate as usual to spend a combined total of $150-$200 this season for a ticket to all home games at Fayetteville.
  • #8 by The NewEra on 10 Aug 2017
  • I hope everyone that attends the games in person has a fantastic time.  I went to the games for many years with my brother and family members.  Since my brothers passing I don't go live anymore, but instead watch them from home these days.  The atmosphere and the memories are irreplaceable. 

    GO HOGS!!!!!
  • #9 by hogsanity on 10 Aug 2017
  • Well, $16K per season for end zone seats to watch the Razorbacks win 8 or 9 games in a season is surely a wonderful deal.....  ;D ::) 

    why anyone would pay 16k to watch ANY TEAM is beyond me.
  • #10 by Dwight_K_Shrute on 10 Aug 2017
  • I hope everyone that attends the games in person has a fantastic time.  I went to the games for many years with my brother and family members.  Since my brothers passing I don't go live anymore, but instead watch them from home these days.  The atmosphere and the memories are irreplaceable. 

    GO HOGS!!!!!

    This, win or lose, the memories last a lifetime, the good and the bad, but even in a loss if you are out of the house, on campus, spending time with friends and family, walking around Dickson, and calling the Hogs you are winning.  Damn starting to sound like Butch Jones.
  • #11 by rzrbkman on 10 Aug 2017
  • why anyone would pay 16k to watch ANY TEAM is beyond me.

    Agreed.
  • #12 by longpig on 11 Aug 2017
  • why anyone would pay 16k to watch ANY TEAM is beyond me.

    Is 16k a lot?


  • #13 by Carl Lazlo on 11 Aug 2017
  • Is 16k a lot?

    For a boat or a fancy utv, no.  For a football season ticket where someone can arguably have a much better view and see the same game for 1/80th the price, yes.
  • #14 by ricepig on 11 Aug 2017
  • why anyone would pay 16k to watch ANY TEAM is beyond me.

    Business deduction for many, networking for others, and some just like the new bells and whistles.
  • #15 by Seebs on 11 Aug 2017
  • This
  • #16 by twistitup on 11 Aug 2017
  • Business deduction for many, networking for others, and some just like the new bells and whistles.
    Catering / alcohol comes w 16,000 hopefully
  • #17 by WorfHog on 11 Aug 2017
  • Catering / alcohol comes w 16,000 hopefully

    Haha, no! Bunch of poors up in here!  ;)

    Not worth it for me either. I might go to a game or two and I appreciate the person who bought those seats I sit in for making that donation!
  • #18 by rzrbkman on 11 Aug 2017
  • Business deduction for many, networking for others, and some just like the new bells and whistles.

    Basically they are just there to be seen instead of  being there to see the Razorbacks.
  • #19 by ricepig on 11 Aug 2017
  • Basically they are just there to be seen instead of  being there to see the Razorbacks.

    Some yes, some no, but they provide needed revenue for the program.
  • #20 by nwahogfan1 on 12 Aug 2017
  • why anyone would pay 16k to watch ANY TEAM is beyond me.

    Business write offs and they have a butt load of money.
  • #21 by The NewEra on 12 Aug 2017
  • If you make $50k a year $16k is a lot of money.

    If you make $Millions a year $16k is a nice inexpensive hobby.

    All things in perspective.
  • #22 by hogfanmd on 12 Aug 2017
  • I actually signed up for one.  I guess I'm the village idiot.
    I'm also no where close to being a millionaire
    16 k is a lot of money. However, with the new stadium expansion, just about everyone who will be parking in lot 44 "the pit" will be having to donate 10k before buying tickets to stay in that lot.  Most of the benefit in donating is parking as anyone can get tickets just walking up to the stadium.   Some in my family can't walk the long distances.  So it's not much of a leap to goto 16k in that tickets , parking , food included.  Also my kids are getting older and my oldest is a legit D1 volleyball prospect and if she does not goto UA then my season ticket days are numbered anyway.  So might as well live it up a season or 2.

    I have friends who donate and hold Bama season tickets.  They have a waiting list of 30k just waiting for a slot for foundation tickets with a 5% annual turn over only. 

    College athletics is big business.  Can't compete without people donating.   I'm blessed to be able to.  But this is my hobby rather then a big boat for the lake, duck lease or other activities people spend money on.   Makes it more enjoyable for my family who don't love football and my dad can still go when he could not if had the long walk.



  • #23 by ricepig on 12 Aug 2017
  • I actually signed up for one.  I guess I'm the village idiot.
    I'm also no where close to being a millionaire
    16 k is a lot of money. However, with the new stadium expansion, just about everyone who will be parking in lot 44 "the pit" will be having to donate 10k before buying tickets to stay in that lot.  Most of the benefit in donating is parking as anyone can get tickets just walking up to the stadium.   Some in my family can't walk the long distances.  So it's not much of a leap to goto 16k in that tickets , parking , food included.  Also my kids are getting older and my oldest is a legit D1 volleyball prospect and if she does not goto UA then my season ticket days are numbered anyway.  So might as well live it up a season or 2.

    I have friends who donate and hold Bama season tickets.  They have a waiting list of 30k just waiting for a slot for foundation tickets with a 5% annual turn over only. 

    College athletics is big business.  Can't compete without people donating.   I'm blessed to be able to.  But this is my hobby rather then a big boat for the lake, duck lease or other activities people spend money on.   Makes it more enjoyable for my family who don't love football and my dad can still go when he could not if had the long walk.





    You're not the village idiot, sounds like you are doing as you wish. My only concern would be your giving up your seats before the 5 year commitment was over. I know someone who tried to give up their courtside basketball seats under Pel before the commitment was finished. It got kind of ugly before it was straightened out.
  • #24 by hogfanmd on 12 Aug 2017
  • You're not the village idiot, sounds like you are doing as you wish. My only concern would be your giving up your seats before the 5 year commitment was over. I know someone who tried to give up their courtside basketball seats under Pel before the commitment was finished. It got kind of ugly before it was straightened out.

    You don't have to commit 5 yrs
    1,2, or 3 year option
    I took 1 year with guaranteed renewal
    I would have declined if 5 yr minimum
    You have the 1 year option


    They are trying to be flexible to get them sold.
  • #25 by ricepig on 12 Aug 2017
  • You don't have to commit 5 yrs
    1,2, or 3 year option
    I took 1 year with guaranteed renewal
    I would have declined if 5 yr minimum
    You have the 1 year option


    They are trying to be flexible to get them sold.

    Ok, makes more sense.
  • #26 by The NewEra on 13 Aug 2017
  • If a person had three buddies or family members they were splitting the $16k cost of seats with for the loge seating it would be a fantastic deal.
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