In looking at this web page a few items stood out to me.
First, they are going to play seven games at the Kress and 8 at the Resch. To put that another way they are playing two conference games at the Kress this year based on what has already been released.
Second, they are doing progressive pricing. The exhibition and Non-D1 games cost less than the D1 Kress games which cost less than the D1 Resch games. While playing lesser tier games isn't enjoyable at least the price point to buy season tickets reflects this.
Third, buying season tickets comes with "invitations to exclusive events with team and coaches." I don't know what that would be but that seems new for this year.
Lastly, mini plan information is coming soon. Based on how many games are being played at the Kress my guess is similar attendance to last year will actually be more profitable than in the past. With that said if you are able to buy tickets and want to see the program grow in the future buy full season tickets. GB needs to keep increasing their spending level if they want to move back up the ranks of mid major programs.