Though the Citrus Bowl isn’t part of the College Football Playoff, two premiere teams will play in the game on January 1, 2020 at Orlando's Camping World Stadium. No. 13 Alabama and No. 14 Michigan will kick off for only the fourth time in history in a game that has limited seats still available on the primary market.
The teams have never met in the Citrus Bowl before, and last played during the regular season in 2012, when Alabama beat Michigan, 41-14 at Arlington, Texas. The teams are 2-2 for the overall series.
Where To Buy Citrus Bowl Tickets
On the secondary market TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold out Citrus Bowl tickets in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all sold out college bowl games and college football playoff tickets. That 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 up to 25%.
Below is a screenshot of secondary market inventory and get-in price by zone.
How Much Are Citrus Bowl Tickets
On the primary market, Ticketmaster shows seats in multiple sections available on the 200 Level and a handful elsewhere in the stadium. The cheapest seat is $50 for an advance-sale ticket anywhere left on the 200 Level except in Section 234 at the 50-yard line on the Michigan side, which is priced at $100. There are also seats in one Plaza-Level section (P17), priced at $86. These seats include access to the indoor, climate-controlled CenterState Club as well as wider, cushier seats, access to private rest rooms and premium food-and-beverage options.
Fans will also find a big selection of tickets on the secondary market. The cheapest seats start at $45 on the Terrace Level and $72 on the Plaza Level. Many of the Plaza Level sections available include club access. Field-level seats are available on the secondary market, including end-zone seats starting at $111 with the TicketIQ Low Price Guarantee or 50-yard line seats starting at $331 in Lower 108, Row R behind the Alabama bench and $358 in Lower 134, Row G behind the Michigan bench. The priciest ticket listed is $1,212 for a seat in Lower 108, Row A.
Club Seats remain along the North Sideline, and include cushier seats and access to the North Club. Seats start at $253 in Club 242 at the end zone with the TicketIQ Low Price Guarantee. End-zone Club Seats without the Low Price Guarantee start at $186 in Club 236.
The average asking price on the secondary market for a Citrus Bowl ticket is $211, which is down 11% in the last two weeks. Below is a look at get-in prices for each Citrus Bowl this decade:
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