Texas Longhorns Football Season Ticket Sales in Decline

Kirby Lee-US PRESSWIRE

Down 8200 since 2010.

Saw this on public boards, but I believe the original source is Chip Brown at Orangebloods. So props to him. You can try them free for 30 days with a Rivals30 entry code.

Texas Season Ticket Sales:

1998 … 38,100
1999 … 48,400
2000 … 53,600
2001 … 54,100
2002 … 62,500
2003 … 66,600
2004 … 66,400
2005 … 66,400
2006 … 74,400 (an increase of 8,000)
2007 … 69,700 (a drop of 4,700)
2008 … 83,000 (an increase of 13,300)
2009 … 83,900
2010 … 84,500 (all-time high)
2011 … 81,600 (a drop of 2,900)
2012 … 78,800 (a drop of 2,800)
x-2013 … 76,300 (a drop of 2,500)

If you want Bellmont to take notice, the bottom line is the only way that they receive information. Obviously season ticket sales are highly variable and there are macro-economic factors at play, but a severe economic downturn in 2008-2009 matched to season ticket sales doesn't jibe with that narrative.

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