ATLANTA--Season tickets for Georgia State football's inaugural season in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) and the Sun Belt Conference are on sale now for renewals and new purchases.

Season tickets begin at just $70 as head coach Trent Miles and the Panthers will host seven home games at the Georgia Dome. The complete 2013 football schedule will be announced in March by the Sun Belt Conference.

Renewal packets have been mailed to all 2012 season ticket holders, who can complete the renewal process by mail, on-line at or by calling the Panther Sales Center at 866-GA-STATE. Those interested in purchasing season tickets for the first time should call the Panther Sales Center at 866-GA-STATE.

With the addition of a seventh home game to this year's schedule, Georgia State Athletics is offering special pricing for all fans who renew or purchase their season tickets by April 1.

Season tickets in the Panther Athletic Club (PAC) sections range from $125 to $350, which includes a donation to the PAC. Tickets in the ultra-premium Huddle section at the 50-yard line are available for $2,500 per pair, including the PAC donation.

The Panther Athletic Club is the official fund-raising arm of Georgia State University Athletics.

Sideline reserved season tickets in non-priority sections start at $85, while general admission season tickets are available for just $70.

Season tickets in the popular Family Section, sponsored by Willy's, are priced at $200, which includes two adult tickets and two youth tickets. The Family Section also provides direct access to Pounce Town, the interactive area for children featuring inflatables, games, music, autographs and kid-friendly concessions.

Georgia State faculty and staff receive a 20 percent discount on season ticket prices.

After April 1, prices in all reserved sections will increase to reflect the additional game.

As an added benefit, anyone who renews or purchases by March 1 will receive a personalized photo autographed by Coach Miles.

Season ticket holders will receive priority in purchasing tickets for away games, including the Panthers' 2013 contests at Alabama and at West Virginia, among other benefits.