Where To Buy 2021 Auburn Football Tickets & When Do Tickets Go On Sale
Primary market face-value tickets generally go on sale shortly after the NFL schedule is released. This year, the schedule is being released on Wednesday, May 12th.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free Auburn 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.
How Much Are 2021 Auburn Football Tickets
On the secondary market, ticket prices for lower-demand Auburn Tigers home games start between $47 and $62. SEC clashes with Ole Miss and Mississippi State are a bit more expensive and start at $84.
Their highest demand games, like their match-up with Georgia on October 9th, and Alabama on November 27th have get-in prices of $251 and $400 respectively.
Auburn Football 2021 Attendance Policy
It was recently announced that Auburn will be operating at full capacity at Jordan-Hare Stadium for the 2021 football season.
Auburn Football 2021 Season Tickets
Season tickets are available via the Auburn website via primary partner Paciolan and are $475 per ticket.
Auburn Football 2021 ScheduleSept. 4 vs Akron
Sept. 11 vs Alabama State
Sept. 18 at Penn State
Sept. 25 vs Georgia State
Oct. 2 at LSU
Oct. 9 vs Georgia
Oct. 16 at Arkansas
Oct. 23 OPEN DATE
Oct. 30 vs Ole Miss
Nov. 6 at Texas A&M
Nov. 13 vs Mississippi State
Nov. 20 at South Carolina
Nov. 27 vs Alabama
Dec. 4 SEC Championship (in Atlanta)
How Much Are Auburn Tigers Football Tickets
Auburn eases into their home schedule at Jordan Hare with two games against Tulane and Kent State before hitting their big-time opponents. As you would assume, their priciest games are against Georgia and Alabama; those games will not only shape the SEC but the entire NCAA playoff picture.
For the 2019 schedule, Auburn Football tickets are averaging $225 on the secondary market, the highest they've been this decade and 50% higher than last year's average. That is in part because there are fewer tickets available on the secondary market for sale as a result of the mini-plans and single-game tickets available at face value directly from the team. This is consistent with overall trends in the college football ticket market, where schools are focused on selling tickets direct-to-fans in new ways, as detailed in the 2019 College Football tickets preview on the TicketIQ Blog.
No matter the game, though, deals can be found on the secondary market. For games against lesser opponents, get-in prices are as low as $10, which is well below face value.
Ticket Prices for All Auburn Home Games On The 2019 Schedule
September 7th vs. Tulane Green Wave 🎟️
Secondary Market Average Price: $63
Secondary Market Cheapest ticket: $10
While they haven’t played much in recent years, Auburn and Tulane were regular opponents in the first half of the 20th Century. The teams last met in 2006, with the Tigers winning comfortably.
September 14th vs. Kent State Golden Flashes 🎟️
Secondary Market Average Price: $59
Secondary Market Cheapest ticket: $14
This game makes history, as Kent State and Alabama have never met on the gridiron. Don’t expect them to pull off the upset, however; the Golden Flashes are coming off a 2-10 season that ended with the firing of their head coach.
September 28th vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs 🎟️
Secondary Market Average Price: $99
Secondary Market Cheapest ticket: $35
Auburn’s home SEC opener is against the Mississippi State Bulldogs. The Tigers hold an all-time lead in the series, but history doesn’t mean much on Saturday; just look at last year’s game when eighth-ranked Auburn could only muster three field goals in a 23-9 loss.
November 2nd vs. Ole Miss Rebels 🎟️
Secondary Market Average Price: $113
Secondary Market Cheapest ticket: $35
Auburn and Ole Miss is a classic SEC rivalry that rarely disappoints and this year’s meeting shouldn’t be an exception. The Tigers have won 32 of the 42 games between the schools and have dominated the series in recent years.
November 16th vs. Georgia Bulldogs 🎟️
Secondary Market Average Price: $269
Secondary Market Cheapest ticket: $140
The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry will take place for the 124th time this November with SEC supremacy on the line. Georgia has had the upper hand in recent meetings, so Gus Malzahn and his team will have this date circled and underlined on their calendar.
November 23rd vs. Samford Bulldogs 🎟️
Secondary Market Average Price: $58
Secondary Market Cheapest ticket: $12
Auburn wraps up their non-conference schedule with a game against the Southern Conference’s Samford Bulldogs. If you’re looking for cheap tickets or a football fan who roots for the underdog, keep an eye on this game.
November 30th vs. Alabama Crimson Tide 🎟️
Secondary Market Average Price: $416
Secondary Market Cheapest ticket: $222
When it comes to regular season football games, it doesn’t get much bigger than the Iron Bowl. Whether you’re a fan of Auburn, Alabama, or just football in general. Don’t miss this one; it’s as simple as that.
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