Price points similar to those at new facility at University of North Texas.
Florida Atlantic's on-campus stadium is currently under construction, and the priority heading into the new year is to sell as many suites, loge boxes and club seats as possible.
"We are ratcheting up the essential parts," said Athletic Director Craig Angelos. "We are hiring a premium ticket sales staff that will go out and sell suites."
FAU has set its ticket prices and created a stadium website so potential buyers can go online and see drawings of the suites. There is also a live webcam of the construction site.
Details of the stadium layout and where individual seats will be located are not online yet, but Angelos said he hopes to have that online soon.
Suites start at $32,760 per season with a three-year minimum, and the price drops to $26,750 with a five-year contract.
The suites seat 22 and include 20 season tickets and two suite passes and will have flat screen televisions, a kitchen, theater seating and other amenities.
Loge boxes start at $6,707 for four seats and three years and $9,560 for six seats and three years.
Premier club seats are $1,480 for one year and drop to $1,080 per season with a five-year contract.
Season tickets can be reserved for $135 before May 6 and $150 after that.
The ticket prices are similar to those for North Texas' new stadium, which is also under construction and due to open this fall.
North Texas is replacing a 57-year-old Fouts Field, which is on its campus but considered too out of date to renovate.
FAU had been the only Sun Belt member that lacked an on-campus stadium.