Utah football season ticket renewal for 2022 season underway


SALT LAKE CITY – After what has been a historic and record-breaking 2021 season for the University of Utah football team, the Utes officially look ahead to 2022 with the season ticket renewal process beginning today.

With the department’s priority to continue the upward trajectory of Utah Athletics in the Pac-12 and across the country, while continuing its commitment to invest in the best possible student-athlete experience and to retain and recruit the best coaches and members of the staff, ticket prices will increase for most sections of Rice-Eccles Stadium in 2022.

The Utes have had one of the best on-pitch advantages in the nation at Rice-Eccles Stadium, winning 19 of their last 20 home games, the most recent of which includes unbeaten home seasons in 2019 (7-0) and 2021. (6-0). As the 2022 season approaches, the head coach Kyle Whittingham will be in his 18and season at the helm, making him the longest-serving Pac-12 coach as the all-time winningest coach in Utah’s program history (144-70).

The Utes have finished with a winning record in 15 of his 17 years as head coach, including eight in a row. Utah has won at least a share of the Pac-12 South title four times, with the program winning the Pac-12 Championship game in 2021.

Utes return 60 letter winners and 17 starters overall in 2022, including 2021 All-Pac-12 standouts Cameron Rising, Tavion Thomas, Braeden Daniels, Brant Kuith, Clark Phillips III, Cole Bishop, Dalton Kincaid and Sataoa Laumea.

In 2022, the Utes will have another full 12-game slate with six home games at Rice-Eccles Stadium. With the new pricing structure, the majority of seat ticket prices will only increase by $10-12 per game, while 8.7% of seats will actually decrease with a base subscription option of $350 fan friendly available from 15 different pricing options.

For more information on subscription renewals and subscriptions in general, visit www.UtahTickets.com or fans can call or text 801-581-8849.

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