This year's Citrus Bowl, scheduled for January 1, 2021, will see the Auburn Tigers take on the Northwestern Wildcats. The game will be played at Orlando's Camping World Stadium and while fans will be allowed to attend, capacity will be limited to 10,000.
Where To Buy Citrus Bowl Tickets
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How Much Are Citrus Bowl Tickets
On the primary market, Ticketmaster has mostly upper-level seating still available with prices starting at $50 per seat and going as high as $86 for lower rows. Tickets can be purchased in groups of 2 and 4. There are also a handful of lower-level seats still available. These are only available in groups of 4 and start at $101 per seat.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has plenty of options still available with prices starting at $75. Upper-Level seats go as high as $151 in the 200's and $165 in the Plaza sections. Lower level seats start at just under $100 in the end zones, $169 in the corners, and $197 on the sidelines. Ticket prices go as high as $879 for tickets near midfield.
Overall, the average secondary market list price for the game is $176, making it the fourth most expensive Citrus Bowl this decade. Last year's game between Michigan and Alabama was the most expensive, with an average price of $321 per ticket. Below, two charts are showing the average price and get-in price for each Citrus Bowl since 2011.