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Broncos Unveil New Ticket Option

June 4, 2018

BOISE, Idaho â€" Boise State Athletics is launching a new ticketing option for 2018 Bronco home games, Director of Athletics Curt Apsey announced Monday.

The Blue Collar Pass was developed for our Blue Collar Fans. Don't care where you sit? Just want to watch Boise State from the friendly confines of one of the most iconic stadiums in the country? Well then, we have a deal for you, friends.

The Blue Collar Pass includes each of the Broncos' 2018 home football games for just $150. Seat locations will be assigned in one of Albertsons Stadium's reserved sections, and tickets will be delivered via e-mail 48 hours prior to kick, allowing purchasers to experience the world-famous blue turf from a new perspective every week.

Here's how it works:

Step 1: Purchase your Blue Collar Pass
Want to sit with family and friends? We are all family, but we know what you mean â€" we can do that. Tickets purchased together will be grouped together on game day.

Step 2: Check your e-mail 48 hours prior to kick
A notification will be sent with instructions on how to view your reserved seats for that week's game.

Step 3: Go to the game
Print your tickets or download a PDF version to your smartphone at home, scan at the gate for entry, then cheer on the Broncos.

To purchase the Blue Collar Pass, head to BroncoSports.com/tickets. Act quickly, though. The Blue Collar Pass will only be available for a limited time, through July 4.

The Broncos enter 2018 as the defending Mountain West Champions, returning 14 of their 19 all-conference honorees. Last season's conference championship was the team's 13th since joining what is now the Football Bowl Subdivision in 1996, more than any school in the country. During that time the Broncos have also won 10-or-more games 15 times, a mark that ranks second nationally only to Ohio State (17).

Boise State is also 108-7 at Albertsons Stadium since 2000, the nation's highest home winning percentage (.939).

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