TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - Alabama fans won't take a much bigger
hit for football season tickets.
The tickets will cost $10 more than last season, rising to $365
for seven home games. That's the same increase as the past two
seasons though the Crimson Tide is coming off a Southeastern
Conference championship game and Sugar Bowl trip.
The Birmingham News reported the increase Monday.
It represents an increase of just under 3 percent.
The Tide has home games with Florida International, North Texas,
Arkansas, South Carolina, Tennessee, LSU and Tennessee-Chattanooga.
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