All seats on sale are located in the lower bowl of the stadium and will be in the Huskies’ section.
Tickets to Washington’s opening football game in 2018, the Chick-Fil-A-Kickoff game in Atlanta, will go on sale to the general public Tuesday through www.gohuskies.com.
The deposit price will be between $225 and $250 for the Huskies’ game against Auburn in the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The seats will be allocated to the general public starting May 18, so the earlier fans purchase the tickets the better their seat selection. All seats on sale are located in the lower bowl of the stadium and will be in the Huskies’ section.
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