Where To Buy 2021 Georgia Bulldogs Football Tickets
Primary market face-value tickets are available via the team's website.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free Georgia Bulldogs 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 Georgia Bulldogs Football Tickets
On the secondary market, get-in prices range from $92 to $105 for some lower-demand games. SEC clashes against Kentucky, Arkansas, South Carolina, and Missouri have get-in prices ranging from $147 (Missouri) to $192 (South Carolina). For all games, prices can go as high as $1,000+ per ticket for lower-level sidelines at or near midfield.
There are also some season tickets available on the secondary market, with prices starting at $1,080 and going as high as $2,542.
Georgia Bulldogs Football 2021 Attendance Policy
Georgia football is expected to operate at full capacity for the 2021 season, and it was recently announced that Sanford Stadium will not require masks or proof of vaccination.
Georgia Bulldogs Football 2021 Season Tickets
New season ticket memberships are not currently available. Fans with existing season ticket holders can renew by going to the Georgia website.
Georgia Bulldogs 2021 Football Schedule
Sept. 4: Clemson, Charlotte, NC
Sept. 11: UAB, Athens, GA
Sept 18: South Carolina, Athens, GA
Sept. 25: at Vanderbilt, Nashville, TN
Oct. 2: Arkansas, Athens, GA
Oct. 9: at Auburn, Auburn, AL
Oct. 16: Kentucky, Athens, GA
Oct. 23: Off
Oct. 30: Florida, Jacksonville, FL
Nov. 6: Missouri, Athens, GA
Nov. 13: At Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
Nov. 20: Charleston Southern, Athens, GA
Nov. 27: at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA
Georgia Bulldogs Football Mobile Ticketing
Fans can access and manage their mobile tickets using the Georgia Bulldogs app, which can be downloaded on the App Store or Google Play Store.
How Much Are 2019 Georgia Football Tickets
This season, Georgia plays two marquee home games surrounded by cheaper ones against lesser opposition. They open the season with two games against Murray State and Arkansas State before the big boys, Notre Dame and South Carolina, come to town. The home schedule then wraps up with visits from Kentucky, Missouri, and Texas A&M.
For the second straight season, the Bulldogs lead the nation in terms of secondary market average list price. This year, that average price is over $480 per ticket. However, you can find deals on the secondary market. While virtually every game has get-in prices at least 50% cheaper than the average resale price, some games provide particular bargains. The Kentucky and Missouri games, for example, are a chance to see solid opponents for only $66.
Ticket Prices for All Georgia Home Games On The 2019 Schedule
September 7th vs. Murray State Racers 🎟️
Secondary Market Average Price: $109
Secondary Market cheapest ticket: $46
Getting off to a good start is key for any program, let alone one with serious postseason aspirations. After a tough season opener at Vanderbilt, UGA will look to—and most likely will—do just that against Murray State.
September 14th vs. Arkansas State Red Wolves
Secondary Market Average Price: $118
Secondary Market cheapest ticket: $47
Arkansas State put together a solid season in the Sun Belt Conference last season, but they won’t throw anything at Georgia that they can’t handle in this one.
September 21st vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish 🎟️
Secondary Market Average Price: $1161
Secondary Market cheapest ticket: $384
We’ll just let the ticket prices for this game speak for themselves. Two major programs meet on a September Saturday; as a football fan, you can’t ask for much more than that.
October 12th vs. South Carolina Gamecocks 🎟️
Secondary Market Average Price: $346
Secondary Market cheapest ticket: $130
Georgia’s next home game brings another major program to Athens. The Bulldogs have dominated recent history against USC and shouldn’t have much trouble in this game on paper, but anything can happen in a rivalry game.
October 19th vs. Kentucky Wildcats 🎟️
Secondary Market Average Price: $240
Secondary Market cheapest ticket: $66
You probably think of Kentucky as a basketball school, but their football program is gaining momentum each season. Georgia will still be favored, but it might be a closer game than some fans are expecting.
November 9th vs. Missouri Tigers 🎟️
Secondary Market Average Price: $187
Secondary Market cheapest ticket: $66
These teams have only met a handful of times in recent history, with UGA winning all but one of the match-ups. Based on the schedule, however, this game could shape up as a trap game; neither fans nor players should overlook it.
November 23rd vs. Texas A&M Aggies 🎟️
Secondary Market Average Price: $438
Secondary Market cheapest ticket: $207
This is the first meeting between the Bulldogs and Aggies since the 2009 Independence Bowl. Expect Georgia to be a favorite but, with both teams potentially having postseason aspirations on the line, neither team will concede a yard easily.
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