Single-game tickets go on sale Thursday; Washington, Hawaii almost sold out

Tickets to individual Boise State home games go on sale at 10 a.m. Thursday — and supplies will be tight.

The Broncos have sold nearly 21,000 season tickets. Another 5,000 tickets go to students. Opponents get some, too, with Idaho and Wyoming eating nearly 2,000 tickets each.

Plus, the construction at Bronco Stadium has made some of the 30,000 seats off-limits.

Tickets range from $26 to $42 for adults and $17 to $27 for high school students and younger. Fans can purchase a maximum of six tickets per game.

Tickets are available at www.idahotickets.com, by phone at 426-4737 or 426-1494, and in person at the Athletic Ticket Office and Albertsons Select-a-Seat locations.

Boise State was able to offer season tickets to every person on its waiting list, ticket manager Anita Guerricabeitia said, because some fans turned down general-admission seating.

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Boise State’s games at Washington (Sept. 8) and Hawaii (Nov. 23) are nearly sold out. Boise State has sold out its allotment for both games, including 6,000 tickets for the Washington game.

Washington is almost down to its obstructed-view seating in 72,500-seat Husky Stadium. Tickets cost $60. They’re available at www.gohuskies.com and (206) 543-2200.

Hawaii only has end-zone seating left in 50,000-seat Aloha Stadium. Tickets cost $27 or $32. They’re available at (808) 944-2697 and www.etickethawaii.com.