Nebraska announced it’s lowering the 2023 season tickets by $100 in celebration of Memorial Stadium’s 100th season when it opened in 1923. The tickets will cost $320 for seven home games, which is $100 off the 2022 season prices, according to Josie Whelan of the Omaha World-Herald.

The Huskers have had 389 consecutive sellouts dating back to the 1962 season, which is an NCAA record.

Here’s what Nebraska AD Trev Alberts had to say about reduced price, per the Omaha World-Herald:

“The 2023 season will be a memorable year for Nebraska Football,” Nebraska Athletic Director Trev Alberts said in a press release. “Not only will we usher in a new era under Coach Rhule, but we will also celebrate the 100th anniversary of one of the best stadiums in all of sports.”

Alberts continued:

“The loyalty and passion of our fan base is unmatched, and the 100th anniversary of Memorial Stadium is the perfect opportunity to thank them with a one-year $100 reduction in the cost of season tickets.”

The Huskers were 4-8 overall this past season, 3-6 B1G play but are heading in a new direction under first-year head coach Matt Rhule.