Where to Buy 2021 Arkansas Football Tickets
Primary market face-value single-game tickets are available via the Razorbacks website and primary market partner Paciolan.
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How Much Are 2021 Arkansas Football Tickets
On the primary market, single-game tickets start at $20 and go as high as $240 for lower-demand matchups against Rice and Georgia Southern. For middle-demand games against Missouri and Mississippi State, ticket prices start at $25 and go as high as $265. For higher-demand games, like matchups against Texas and Auburn, prices start at $75 and go as high as $285.
The neutral-site Southwest Classic against Texas A&M at AT&T Stadium has face value tickets available from both schools starting at $85.
On the secondary market, ticket prices start at under $10 for early season matchups against Rice and Georgia Southern. Prices for games against Auburn and Missouri start at $25. Their most expensive home game of the season in Fayetteville is the September 11th game against Texas, and prices start at $120. Inventory for the team’s two games at War Memorial Stadium is very limited. For all home games, ticket prices can go as high as $500+ for lower-level sideline seats at midfield.
Arkansas Football 2021 Attendance PolicyThe Razorbacks are planning to operate at full capacity for the 2021 football season.
Arkansas Football 2021 Season Tickets
Season tickets are available via the team's website and prices range from $250 to $1,550.
For the 2021 season, Arkansas is also offering three-game mini plans, where fans can pick two games of their choice along with the Texas game. For more information on season tickets and mini plans visit the Razorsback's website.
Arkansas Football 2021 Schedule
- Sept. 4 - Rice
- Sept. 11 - Texas
- Sept. 18 - Georgia Southern
- Sept. 25 - vs. Texas A&M*
- Oct. 2 - at Georgia
- Oct. 9 - at Ole Miss
- Oct. 16 - Auburn
- Oct. 23 - UAPB
- Oct. 30 - OPEN
- Nov. 6 - Mississippi State
- Nov. 13 - at LSU
- Nov. 20 - at Alabama
- Nov. 27 - Missouri (%)
Home games in BOLD
*Southwest Classic at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas
(%) Game played at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock
How Much Are 2019 Arkansas Razorbacks Football Tickets
Primary market single game tickets are broken down into three price tiers. For non-conference games, prices range from $35 in the upper deck to $250 for field level seats in the north end zone. The game against Mississippi State has higher prices, ranging from $55 to $300, and the game against Auburn is the priciest of all with seats going between $60 for upper level tickets and $300 for tickets in the North Outdoor Club premium. The cheapest club option for the Auburn game is the East Outdoor Club, with face value tickets there starting at $190. For fans looking to stay indoors, East Indoor Club seats start at $210.
For the 2019 Southwest Classic, fans looking to get tickets to the game have plenty of options. The cheapest tickets on the Arkansas side starting at $85 for seats in section 449. The most expensive tickets available directly from Arkansas are located in section 133 on the 40 yard line, with a face value of $125, and $100 donation, for a total of $225.
On the secondary market Arkansas tickets at Razorback Stadium are averaging $134 per ticket for the 2019 season, which is good for the 25th most expensive college football team in the nation. The most expensive game is against Auburn while the cheapest game is the final game of the season against Western Kentucky.
Prices for All Arkansas Home Games on the 2019 Schedule
August 31st vs. Portland State Vikings 🎟️
- Secondary Market Average Price: $95
- Secondary Market Get-In Price: $20
With Portland State near the bottom of the Big Sky Conference, any chance of an update in this one is slim. It’ll presumably just be a warm-up for the Razorbacks before they move on to bigger games.
September 14th vs. Colorado State Rams 🎟️
- Secondary Market Average Price: $98
- Secondary Market Get-In Price: $30
After a visit to Ole Miss, the Razorbacks return home for a date with the Colorado State Rams. The Mountain West might be one of the best conferences outside of the Big Five, but don’t bet on the visitors pulling off an upset in this one.
September 21st vs. San Jose State Spartans 🎟️
- Secondary Market Average Price: $93
- Secondary Market Get-In Price: $24
Another Mountain West opponent visits Arkansas the next weekend and the result should be the same. The Spartans finished last season 1-11, so they’ll surely struggle in Razorback Stadium.
October 19th vs. Auburn Tigers 🎟️
- Secondary Market Average Price: $161
- Secondary Market Get-In Price: $71
This game is unarguably the highlight of the Razorbacks’ home schedule, but it’s not a game that they’re expected to win. Last year, the Tigers thumped them 3-34; expect Arkansas to make a better showing at home, but they probably won’t have enough to make up the gap.
November 2nd vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs 🎟️
- Secondary Market Average Price: $124
- Secondary Market Get-In Price: $40
This game will be another challenge for Arkansas. Mississippi State might not be a national power, but they’ve got a strong program; they finished last season ranked in the Coaches Poll and beat the Razorbacks 6-52. This could easily be another loss for Arkansas unless they come out ready to make a statement at home.
November 29th vs. Western Kentucky Hilltoppers 🎟️
- Secondary Market Average Price: $85
- Secondary Market Get-In Price: $19
After some tough SEC games, Arkansas get to wrap up their Fayetteville home schedule with a non-conference visit from Western Kentucky. The programs have never met before but, given the Hilltoppers performance last year, this is a prime chance for the Razorbacks to get back on track.
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