I apologize if this topic has already been discussed, but I had a question about season tickets at AT&T. I shared Young Alumni season tickets last year but the definition of "young" is changing from 10 to 5 years from graduation date. So now we are looking at season ticket plans that are more expensive and with fewer games. I understand that ticket prices plan has gotten much more expensive because of the shorter supply, but paying a minimum of $80-100 per game for tickets is a bit steep IMO.
I recall reading somewhere that there were some benefits associated with having season tickets as opposed to buying individual tickets, but I am not sure what they are and how tangible those benefits are. Does anyone know what they are (other than, of course, watching Cal play)? I am curious how many other current season ticket holders are planning on buying season tickets vs. individual tickets (I don't see any 3 game ticket plans this year).