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Red-White Spring Game, 4.11.15

Nebraska players run onto the field before the last year's Red-White Spring Game at Memorial Stadium. This year's game will be on April 16 and tickets go on sale to the general public Wednesday, Feb. 3.

The date for Nebraska's Red-White Spring Game is set and invoices to season-ticket holders for the upcoming season will go out early next week.

Season-ticket prices will remain the same as a year ago.

NU's annual football scrimmage will be April 16. Tickets cost $10 and go on sale to season-ticket holders Tuesday, and the general public Wednesday.

There are a limited number of $15 club seats available. UNL students can attend the scrimmage for free, with faculty charged $5.

Nebraska has drawn more than 54,000 for the Red-White Game since 2004, and sold more than 20,000 tickets on the first day the past few years.

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Kickoff time and any television broadcast information are not yet determined.

Those in the general public who want to purchase season tickets will still pay $57 per game ($399 total) per seat, with faculty paying $53 per game ($371 total) and students paying $23 per game ($161).

When it comes to single-game ticket sales, you're going to have to pay more for Nebraska's Sept. 17 game against Oregon. That one will cost $125 a ticket, with games against Fresno State and Wyoming each costing $75, and each Big Ten home game (Illinois, Purdue, Minnesota and Maryland) going for $65 a ticket.

Ticket requests can be made at Huskers.com, by calling 1-800-8-BIG RED, or in person at the Nebraska Athletics Development and Ticketing office.

Husker AD Shawn Eichorst last week told the Journal Star he feels ticket demand remains "very solid," as Nebraska tries to build on its consecutive sellout streak of 347 games.

Reach the writer at 402-473-7439 or bchristopherson@journalstar.com. On Twitter @HuskerExtraBC.

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