University of Oregon announced it’s raising season ticket prices by about 12-percent next season and now Duck fans are getting letters saying a long-time family package deal will no longer be available.
One Creswell family says they’ve been buying these family plan package tickets for the past 15 years and without this deal, they say they can no longer afford this long-time tradition.
The ticket office sent a letter to the Kounovsky family saying due to the “misuse” of family plans they are converting all family tickets into individual end zone reserved tickets.
Alisa Kounovsky says she usually pays about $700 for her family of five.
Now tickets will cost her over $1,600 for the two adults and three kids in her family.
“All they are doing is changing the look of the ticket and increasing the price,” said ticket holder, Alisa Kounovsky. “For us, it’s all about the money and it’s taken families right out of the picture to watch Oregon football and we’re dedicated fans, we’ve been watching Duck football when the end zones were empty.”
The Kounovsky family says they’ll no longer be able to afford to go to the game along with over 20 of their family friends that always buy family packages together.
The ticket office letter says they understand this charge is an adjustment but even with this increase, these reserved tickets remain one of the best values in college football when comparing ticket prices to other top ten ranked schools.
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