How To Find Cheap Nebraska Football Tickets + All Face Value Options

August 2, 2021

Where To Buy 2021 Nebraska Football Tickets & When Do Tickets Go On Sale

Primary market face-value single-game tickets are available via the team's website and primary market partner Paciolan. Games against Ohio State, Michigan, Iowa are by request only, and ticket cost either $80 (Iowa), $110 (Michigan) and $125 (Ohio State). 

On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free Nebraska football tickets which also include a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if an event is canceled or deemed unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free. Customers on TicketIQ save between 15%-25% compared to other secondary market ticketing sites. 

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How Much Are 2021 Nebraska Football Tickets

On the primary market, tickets are available for $70 and $75 for available games. 

On the secondary market, lower-demand games against Fordham, Buffalo, and Purdue start between $44 and $49. Middle-demand games against Michigan State, Northwestern, and Iowa start between $70 and $89, and the team’s two highest-demand games against Michigan and Ohio State start at $163 and $133, respectively. For all games, ticket prices can go as high as $800+.

Nebraska Football 2021 Attendance Policy

Nebraska Football will operate at 100% capacity for the 2021 football season. 

Nebraska Football 2021 Season Tickets

Fans can sign up to join the Nebraska football season ticket waiting list on the team's website. 

3-game mini plans are also available via the team’s website. Fans can choose whichever three games they’d like out of matchups against Fordham, Buffalo, Northwestern, Michigan, Purdue, and Iowa. Prices start at $195.

Nebraska Football 2021 Schedule

  • Aug. 28: at Illinois Fighting Illini (Champaign, Ill.)
  • Sept. 4: vs. Fordham Rams (Lincoln, Neb.)
  • Sept. 11: vs. Buffalo Bulls (Lincoln, Neb.)
  • Sept. 18: at Oklahoma Sooners (Norman, Okla.)
  • Sept. 25: at Michigan State Spartans (East Lansing, Mich.)
  • Oct. 2: vs. Northwestern Wildcats (Lincoln, Neb.)
  • Oct. 9: vs. Michigan Wolverines (Lincoln, Neb.)
  • Oct. 16: at Minnesota Golden Gophers (Minneapolis)
  • Oct. 30: vs. Purdue Boilermakers (Lincoln, Neb.)
  • Nov. 6: vs. Ohio State Buckeyes (Lincoln, Neb.)
  • Nov. 20: at Wisconsin Badgers (Madison, Wis.)
  • Nov. 26: vs. Iowa Hawkeyes (Lincoln, Neb.)

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TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on all sold out Nebraska football tickets for every game on the 2019 schedule, in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all college football tickets, which means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like Stubhub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an up to 25% compared to Stubhub.

How Much Are 2019 Nebraska Football Tickets

The priciest game of the season will be on September 28 when Nebraska plays host to Ohio State. Tickets for that game are trending at $375 on the secondary market, according to secondary ticket marketplace, and the get-in price is currently $185. It’s the only game with an average asking price over $300 and a get-in price of $150 or more.

Fans will get the most bang for their buck on August 31st, when Nebraska plays host Southern Alabama. The average asking price for the game is $125, and the get-in price is $59.

There’s plenty of buzz surrounding Nebraska for the first time since 2016, and much of it has to do with sophomore quarterback Adrian Martinez, who returns for his second season as a starter. Even though the Cornhuskers won only four games last season, Martinez was part of the Heisman Trophy conversation. Last season, Martinez rolled up 295.1 yards of average offense per game, breaking a school record. 

Below is a look at each of the Cornhuskers’ seven home games: 

August 31 vs. South Alabama Jaguars 🎟️

  • Secondary Market average asking price: $125
  • Secondary Market cheapest ticket: $59
  • Primary Market: Starting from $75

The second cheapest game of the season, this will be only the second time these teams have played. They met for the first time in 2015, also at Lincoln, and Nebraska won that game, 48-9. This game is one of two non-conference homes games in 2019. 

September 14 vs. Northern Illinois 🎟️

  • Secondary Market average asking price: $138
  • Secondary Market cheapest ticket: $49
  • Primary Market: Starting from $60

Nebraska’s second non-conference home game is the cheapest game of the season on the secondary market. These teams have played three times, all at Lincoln. Northern Illinois won the last meeting, 21-17, on September 16, 2017, and Nebraska won the previous two, in 1989 and 1990.

September 28 vs. Ohio State 🎟️

  • Secondary Market average asking price: $375
  • Secondary Market cheapest ticket: $185
  • Primary Market: Request Only

The first Big Ten home game is a doozy. Ohio State is the favorite (again) to win the Big Ten, though this season it will play under new head coach Ryan Day. Expect Ohio State to be even tougher on defense than it has been in the past as Day has revamped his defensive coaching staff. For two well-known teams, Nebraska and Ohio State only began playing each other on a regular basis in 2011. Ohio State has a 6-1 all-time series advantage, including winning the last meeting, November 3, 2018, in Columbus. The only game Nebraska won was in 2011 at home. 

October 5 vs. Northwestern 🎟️

  • Secondary Market average asking price: $189
  • Secondary Market cheapest ticket: $64
  • Primary Market: Request Only

Northwestern enters this game on a two-game win streak, including last season’s 34-31 victory at Evanston. The teams have played 12 times, and Nebraska holds a 7-5 all-time series advantage. The average asking price is the fourth priciest of Nebraska’s home games. 

October 26 vs. Indiana 🎟️

  • Secondary Market average asking price: $172
  • Secondary Market cheapest ticket: $52
  • Primary Market: Starting from $75

This game has the lowest get-in price of any of the games at Memorial Stadium. These teams have played 20 times dating back to 1936, and there have been three ties. Nebraska is on a five-game winning streak, beating Indiana at Bloomington, 27-22, on October 15, 2016. That was the first time the teams had met since 1978.   

November 16 vs. Wisconsin 🎟️

  • Secondary Market average asking price: $221
  • Secondary Market cheapest ticket: $76
  • Primary Market: Request Only

The third priciest home game, the Nebraska-Wisconsin rivalry dates to 1901, and the winner gets the Freedom Trophy, but the teams have only played 13 times. Wisconsin holds a 9-4 all-time series advantage, including winning the last six. After that 1901 meeting, the teams didn't  play again until 1965. The current rivalry was restarted in 2012, and the teams have played every season since 2014. 

November 29 vs. Iowa 🎟️

  • Secondary Market average asking price: $242
  • Secondary Market cheapest ticket: $78
  • Primary Market: Request Only

Usually held the Friday after Thanksgiving, the Nebraska-Iowa rivalry is one of the Cornhuskers’ richest. The teams have played 49 times, and Iowa is on a four-game win streak, including beating Nebraska, 31-28, on November 23, 2018. The rivalry dates to 1891, and the teams played fairly regularly until 1946. After that meeting, they didn’t play again until 1979. Nebraska holds an all-time series advantage of 29-17-3.

TicketIQ is committed to the cheapest tickets possible, and we make much less on sold out tickets compared to other major marketplaces like StubHub and Vivid. That means ticket buyers save from up to 25% on TicketIQ on sports, music and theater. We're able to do this because we also work with teams, venues, and other ticket owners, to help them sell tickets at face price, directly to consumers like you, through Ticketmaster and Paciolan. For an overview of the 2019 College Football Ticket Buying landscape, and details on the cheapest way to get tickets for every pre-season top 25 team, visit the TicketIQ Blog.

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February 10, 2015  

For the seventh straight season, Nebraska delivered a nine-win campaign, but opted to fire head coach Bo Pelini. Pelini, who went 67-27 as the head coach of the Nebraska Cornhuskers, was unable to win big games and was therefore, relieved of his duties. Under Pelini, Nebraska’s offense averaged 37.4 points per game, which ranked third in the Big-10. Nebraska’s explosive offense can be tied to senior running back, Ameer Abdullah, who ran for 1,523 yards and 18 touchdowns. Abdullah, who is a captivating NFL draft prospect, leaves Nebraska as the all-time yardage leader and the only running back to amass three 1,000-yard seasons. Defensive end Randy Gregory, who is projected to be a Top-10 draft pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, racked up eight sacks during 2014. While the individual efforts of Abdullah and Gregory helped Nebraska to a 9-win season, one opponent’s single-game performance summed up Nebraska’s season. Heading into a pivotal battle against Wisconsin, the 8-1 Cornhuskers were looking to make a statement. Instead, running back Melvin Gordon rushed for a NCAA-record, 408 yards on just 25 carries, enroute to a 59-25 drubbing. This loss further solidified that Pelini could not get this team over the hump.

Heading into the 2015 season, Nebraska is looking for a fresh start from new coach Mike Reilly. Reilly, who previously coached the Oregon State Beavers, has the tough task of rebuilding this program. Quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr will return, but Reilly will need to rebuild the playmakers on offense. Abdullah, wide receivers Kenny Bell and Jordan Westerkamp, will all enter the NFL Draft. Gregory’s departure also leaves a big gap on the defensive line. In a highly contested Big-10 conference, Reilly will need to quickly rebuild this proud program.

The current secondary market average price for Nebraska football tickets is $148.42. The most expensive game will come on October 10 against the Wisconsin Badgers. The average price for the game is currently $200.11 with a get-in price of $98.

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