Where To Buy 2021 USC Trojans Football Tickets & When Do Tickets Go On Sale
Primary market face-value single-game tickets are not yet available.
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How Much Are 2021 USC Trojans Football Tickets
On the secondary market, get-in prices for most games are between $101 and $113. Their September 11th game against Stanford and their final two home games on the schedule are a bit more expensive. The Stanford game has a get-in price of $126, and prices are starting at $163 for their November 20th game against UCLA and $129 for their regular-season finale on November 27th against BYU.
Prices for lower-level sideline seats at midfield can go as high as $500+ for most games, and $900+ for higher-demand games.
USC Trojans Football 2021 Attendance PolicyIt was recently announced that Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum will be operating at full capacity for all USC home football games on the 2021 schedule.
USC Trojans Football 2021 Season Ticket & Mini Plan Options
2021 USC Football season tickets are available via the team's website and primary partner Paciolan. Prices range from $330 to $550 per ticket.
Mini plans are not currently available.
USC Trojans 2021 Football ScheduleSeptember 4 -- San Jose State
September 11 – Stanford
September 18 – at Washington State
September 25 – Oregon State
October 2 – at Colorado
October 9 – Utah
October 16 -- BYE DATE
October 23 – at Notre Dame
October 30 – Arizona
November 6 – at Arizona State
November 13 – at California
November 20 – UCLA
November 27 – BYU
How Much Are 2019 USC Trojans Football Tickets
As USC and the Los Angeles Coliseum prepare to unveil major renovations to the venerable venue this fall, demand for USC football tickets is at its highest of the decade. Despite having a losing season in 2018, fans have driven tickets on the secondary market up to $223, from $144 last season. The next highest average was $160 in 2017, a year after the Trojans went 10-3 and got to the CFP semifinal Rose Bowl. They went 11-3 in 2017, but lost in the Cotton Bowl.
The highest average asking price across the NCAA is $487 for a ticket to see the Georgia Bulldogs play at home.
Key to the renovation and the price spike on the secondary market is that L.A. Coliseum, traditionally one of the bigger college football venues, will have fewer seats – down from 93,000 to about 77,500. Among the new features will be updated seats and WiFi. In addition to the renovation, L.A. Coliseum will undergo a name change, as USC has partnered with United Airlines.
Ticket Prices For All USC Football Home Games On The 2019 Schedule
August 31 vs. Fresno State 🎟️
- Secondary market average asking price: $163
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $56
This will be the only non-conference game at the Coliseum, and is the cheapest of all the home games. USC and Fresno State have played four times, including twice in bowl games. The last regular-season meeting was on August 30, 2014, and USC won, 52-13. Fresno State has won only once, in 1992, at the Freedom Bowl in Anaheim.
September 7 vs. Stanford 🎟️
- Secondary market average asking price: $214
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $82
This game is the third most expensive of the Pac-12 games, and one of three home games this season with an average asking price of $200 or more. The rivalry dates to 1905 and USC has a 61-33-3 all-time series advantage, though Stanford won the last game, 17-3, on September 8, 2018 at Stanford.
September 20 vs. Utah 🎟️
- Secondary market average asking price: $175
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $55
The third cheapest game of the season, Utah and USC are Pac-12 opponents, but have little history. The teams have played 17 times dating to 1915, but there was a 45-year gap between games in 1948 and 1992. The teams have played annually since 2011, and during that stretch, USC has won five of eight games. Utah won the last meeting, 41-28, in Salt Lake City on October 20, 2018.
October 19 vs. Arizona 🎟️
- Secondary market average asking price: $173
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $54
It must be no fun for the Wildcats to go to Los Angeles – they’ve lost six consecutive and the Trojans hold an all-time 33-8 series advantage. This game is the second least expensive of the season and cheapest of the Pac-12 games.
November 2 vs. Oregon 🎟️
- Secondary market average asking price: $343
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $106
Last time around, USC snapped Oregon’s two-game win streak, and this season, the Oregon game is trending as the priciest at the L.A. Coliseum. The Trojans beat Oregon, 45-20, on November 5, 2016, also in Los Angeles.
November 23 vs. UCLA 🎟️
- Secondary market average asking price: $312
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $120
The second most expensive home game of the season, the USC-UCLA rivalry is glitzy cross-town affair pits two universities that are only 12 miles apart, and the winner is awarded the Victory Cup. The rivalry dates to 1929, and USC holds a 47-32-7 all-time series advantage, though UCLA won at the Rose Bowl, 34-27, on November 17, 2018.
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