comparing ticket prices

Someone wondered what Nebraska charged for volleyball as opposed to what UH did. While also saying UH charged the most (doesn’t believe to be true)

UH season tickets (for 17 home matches) are $75 (student) $110 (senior citizen, $120 adult. Premium seats are $165 with either $100 or $120 ‘donation to Koa Anuenue. Not sure if season tickets cover the 2 exhibitions (alumnae & Toyota Auto Body) The courtside seats are $2,600, gets you 2 season tickets, parking pass, 2 $50 Sodexo coupon books that can be used at the Sheriff Center and Murakami. Think there’s some other benefits but these are the basics.

not to open that can of worms again but booster club is $165 members, in addition to whatever season ticket level and premium seat charge they choose.


Season tickets for volleyball are $225 (they have 14 home matches) in the revamped Devaney Center. There are 60 ‘premium’¬†court side that go for a required $2,200 per seat donation. Includes parking, food and beverage before the game, halftime snacks, prime seating for postseason events (NU hosts one of the four regionals this year) ¬†and invitations to other volleyball events. VIP seating has 64 seats available at a required $2,000 donation. not courtside but get the same amenities as listed above for premium.

There are also party suites available for 12. didn’t find a price for that. The party suite idea has been discussed at the SSC but that would happen only if they were to raise the roof and add another ring of seats.

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  1. Cruisecontrol August 27, 2013 5:58 pm

    NU ticket prices are pretty high, but they do play a loaded conference schedule, so probably worth it to their fans.

  2. mauna August 27, 2013 6:23 pm

    Cindy, just two small notes, the two exhibitions are included and the booster fee is $175 this year.

  3. Cindy Luis August 27, 2013 7:08 pm

    thank you for the corrections.

  4. Warriorfan August 28, 2013 1:27 am

    I like the idea of boosters seeking donations at games like the softball boosters do. I would gladly give 10-20 dollars each game I go to (since I don’t go to every one) and I am sure many more people would as well knowing all the proceeds are going to the girls and Dave.

  5. Grammy August 28, 2013 12:37 pm

    And NU is boasting that they are self sufficient? That’s a liitle rich. They will be now though and welcome to the country club. But seriously, shows how well Wahine have been treated by locals for soooo long doesn’t it. Go Wahine and folks come for the volleyball stay for the fun, party atmosphere!

  6. Cindy Luis August 28, 2013 2:32 pm

    4. WF, you can also give online directly to the volleyball program if you wish. All donations are under Koa Anuenue but you go to a specific sport page to donate that way.
    don’t know if they are self-sufficient but they may have just become the second women’s volleyball program in the country to show a profit this year, UH being the other.

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