TCU unveiled its season ticket prices for the 2012 season during a "seating summit" at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum Tuesday evening. The Horned Frogs tout the prices as being the cheapest in the Big 12.
But for the best seats in the house fans will still be asked to lay down some serious coin.
Every season ticket (except south end zone seats) will cost fans $200 a game. But each season ticket requires a donation to the Frog Club. The best seats in Amon G. Carter Stadium, near midfield on the west side, will cost season ticket holders $500 per ticket, which includes a $300 donation. Field level seats in the sections on either side of the midfield premium seats, will go for $300. Frog Zone packages with seats located in the south end zone (formerly known as the family package will sell for $150 per seat but must be bought in groups of four.
Individual game ticket prices will be announced after the Big 12 schedule is announced.
In March, fans, beginning with 2011 season ticket holders, will get a chance to choose their new seats. Based on Horned Frog Priority System, each season ticket holder (about 6,700 accounts covering almost 23,000 seats) will be given an exclusive seat selection time based on their respective June 1, 2011 priority points ranking. Account holders must choose their new seats in one of three ways: online, by telephone appointment, or in person. The deadline to designate the preferred method is Feb. 6. All current season ticket holders are allowed to purchase their 2011 allotment of season tickets, plus up to an additional four tickets.
The entire lower section on the east side goes to students and band.
Here's a look at the new season ticket prices:
-- Stefan Stevenson