Tulsa kicks off #ForOurCity campaign

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As the 2017 football season approaches The University of Tulsa kicks off its new #ForOurCity campaign, encouraging Tulsans to be an integral part of one of the city’s oldest traditions as Golden Hurricane football dates back to 1895.

“I get to play with the name of the city on my jersey. I grew up here in Tulsa. It’s special. I don’t think people outside of this city truly appreciate Tulsa. I’m playing for Tulsa and I’m putting our city on the map,” said Hurricane senior running back D’Angelo Brewer, from Tulsa’s Central High School.

Tulsa opens the season on August 31 at Oklahoma State in the Bank of Oklahoma Turnpike Classic, before kicking off the home season a week later on Saturday, Sept. 9 against Louisiana-Lafayette at H.A. Chapman Stadium.

Tulsans have a variety of ways to purchase tickets and support their home team this season for football and all TU sporting events. Tickets can be purchase online, by calling 918.631-GoTU (4688) or in person at the Donald W. Reynolds Center Ticket Office.


Full Season ticket packages are available for the entire 6-game season with prices ranging from $78 to $210. The $78 end zone seat averages to only $13 per game for the 2017 campaign. Blue Zone season tickets (bench seats on east and west side) are priced at $150, and Gold Zone season packages (chair back east and west side), are priced at $210. A limited number of Platinum level season tickets, priced at $270, are still available.


Families can purchase the Mazzio’s Family Fun Zone Ticket Plan, including 2 adults and 2 children, for only $195. The price for a family of 4 amounts to just $48.75 per family member for the 6-game schedule. Additional youth tickets are available.


The 3-Game Mini-Plan include game against Navy (Sept. 30) on Hall of Fame and Military Appreciation Weekend, Houston (Oct. 14) on Homecoming and the Memphis Tigers (Nov. 3) on Friday Fireworks Night.

Tickets for the 3-Game Mini-Plan are priced at $40 for End Zone seats, a savings of $2 per game; $80 for Blue Zone seats, a discount of $4 per game; and the Gold seating on the East side of the stadium for $105, a savings of $5 per game.


The All-Sports FlexBook allows fans flexibility in attending games as vouchers can be redeemed in any quantity for Tulsa football and basketball, as well as any ticketed Olympic sport. Two FlexBook Plans are available – the Standard Plan and Upgraded Plan.

The Standard Plan includes five (5) vouchers priced at $70 or ten (10) vouchers priced at $130. Seating for the Standard Plan at football is located in the south end zone of H.A. Chapman Stadium. Seating for the basketball season will be located in the corner sections of the Donald W. Reynolds Center.

The Upgraded Plan includes five (5) vouchers priced at $125, and ten (10) vouchers priced at $200. Seating for football is located on the east and west sides of Chapman Stadium, while for basketball seating is located in the north and south sides, as well as behind the west baseline.

The FlexBook voucher can be used interchangeably for football, basketball and ticketed Olympic sports. For a 10-voucher Standard Plan, 10 vouchers can be redeemed for one football game, or one voucher can be exchanged for four football games and six basketball games, etc.

Seating for both plans are based upon availability when vouchers are redeemed.


New for the 2017 Tulsa football season is group tailgating that will be available in the Lorton Parking Lot, which is located on 8th street between Tucker Drive and Florence Avenue. Tailgate spots are only available on a per game basis.

Packages include one tailgating space and a minimum of 15 game tickets. A tailgating space with 15 End Zone seats is priced at $250, 15 Blue Zone tickets for $400 and $15 Gold Zone seats are priced at $550.

For fans who already have game tickets, a tailgating space in the Lorton Parking Lot is available for $300 per game. Additional tailgating parking spaces are available for $100 per game based on availability.

Tulsans can get all this information and more at …

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