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Request Texas Football Tickets Now

SAN ANTONIO — UTSA has announced that its Texas road game ticket package is now available for request by season ticket holders and/or eligible Roadrunner Athletic Fund donors.

Due to the limited number of UTSA tickets available for the contest, fan requests will be limited to the following quantities:

– RAF donor of $10,000+ – 8 tickets
– RAF donor from $2,500 to $9,999 – 6 tickets
– RAF donor from $500 to $2,499 – 4 tickets
– RAF donor from $150 to $499 – 2 tickets
– Holder of a football subscription without donation – 2 tickets

Ticket requests can be made online via Account Manager. Fans must first log in to their account and then click on the Buy Tickets Now link on the homepage. The seat location will show as General Admission now, as locations will be assigned in order of loyalty points at a later date.

Fans should select the payment plan option at checkout so their card is not charged until August once seats are assigned and they are guaranteed to receive your request.

The order deadline will be July 25. Seat locations will then be assigned in order of loyalty points until the assignment is complete. Tickets will then be mailed to fans.

Loyalty points will be calculated from July 5 for this award. Fans have until July 5 to make donations to the RAF to help with your ticket priority for the away game. Game tickets will cost $60 each.

Season tickets for the 2022 UTSA Football Home Schedule are on sale now. Fans can call or text 210-458-UTSA (8872) or visit to purchase their tickets today. Season ticket prices start at $90 per seat. Payment plans for all subscription packages are available.

The Roadrunners open their 12e football season Sept. 3 against Houston at 2:30 p.m. at the Alamodome. UTSA is coming off a historic 12-win season under the 2021 Conference USA Coach of the Year Jeff Traylor. The Roadrunners won their first 11 games en route to their first top-25 finish, capturing the first conference championship in program history while reaching a second straight bowl game.


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