College football season is right around the corner, and students are eager to return to their teams' student sections. However, before they can attend the games, students from some schools will have to pay hundreds of dollars in order to receive student section tickets, while others won't have to pay anything beyond their tuition.
Some schools, such as Oregon, haven't officially announced the 2016-17 ticket prices. Other schools, such as Colorado, bundle football and basketball tickets together. Thus, Colorado's $99 tickets for football and basketball tickets are a better value than California's $99 tickets for only football tickets.
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Check out how the Pac-12 compares to other conferences when it comes to student ticket prices: