Where To Buy 2021 Oklahoma Sooners Football Tickets
Primary market face-value single-game tickets go on sale in August. Fans can request information on tickets by filling out the ticket interest form here.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free Oklahoma Sooners 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 Oklahoma Sooners Football Tickets
On the secondary market, tickets for the Sooners' home opener against Western Carolina start at $50, which is by far the least expensive game of the season. Prices for most home games start between $82 and $102 and go as high as $1,100+ for lower-level sideline tickets at or near midfield.
The one outlier is their game on September 18th against Nebraska, which is the highest-demand game on the Sooners schedule. The get-in price for the game is currently $359, and prices go as high as $3,523 for lower-level sideline tickets at midfield.
Oklahoma Sooners Football 2021 Attendance PolicyOklahoma Sooners Football is expected to operate at full capacity for the 2021 season.
Oklahoma Sooners Football 2021 Season Tickets
Fans who want to purchase or would like more information on 2021 season tickets may contact the OU Athletics Ticket Office by phone or text at 405-325-2424 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oklahoma Sooners 2021 Football ScheduleSeptember 4: at Tulane
September 11: Western Carolina
September 18: Nebraska
September 25: West Virginia
October 2: at Kansas State
October 9: Texas (at Dallas)
October 16: TCU
October 23: at Kansas
October 30: Texas Tech
November 6: OPEN
November 13: at Baylor
November 20: Iowa State
November 27: at Oklahoma State
Where to Buy 2019 Oklahoma Football Tickets
Despite the Sooners’ strong campaign last year, some season tickets are still available via Paciolan. Public lower-level and public upper-level seats both cost $455, so your selection will be guided by your preferred view rather than pricing. Your actual seat, however, will be assigned based on priority points meaning that, as a new season ticket holder, you’ll likely end up with some of the worse seats in your respective level. Beyond the base cost, tickets also require a per-seat donation to renew for each successive season. All season tickets also come with a print-at-home option for your convenience.
Those looking to splurge also have three different premium seating sections to choose from: the new South Club, which includes the only cushioned seatbacks in the stadium, the MidFirst Bank Stadium Club, offering elevated sideline views, and the Santee Lounge, which has field level sideline views. All three areas include air conditioning, inclusive food, and non-alcoholic drinks.
Single-game tickets will be released in August pending availability; if you want to get seats at a specific game, the only way to guarantee that you can get a primary market seat is with a season ticket. Mini plans were also offered in past seasons, but the school isn’t offering any at the moment.
How Much Are 2019 Oklahoma Sooners Football Tickets
Sooners tickets currently sit in two price ranges on the secondary market. The games against South Dakota and Iowa State are cheaper options while the other four games sit together in a higher tier. There isn’t much variance in the prices, though, with only $48 separating the cheapest get-in price ($44 against South Dakota) and the most expensive ($92 against Texas Tech).
Overall, Oklahoma tickets on the secondary market for games at Gaylord Family Memorial Stadium are averaging $173 for the 2019 season. That price is the 14th highest in the nation.
Prices for All Sooners Home Games on the Schedule
September 1st vs. Houston Cougars 🎟️
- Secondary Market Average Price: $196
- Secondary Market Cheapest Ticket: $91
Houston ended last season by giving up 70 points to Army in the Armed Forces Bowl. If that’s what the Black Knights could do, the Sooners should have no trouble hanging a big number on their defense in the home opener.
September 7th vs. South Dakota Coyotes 🎟️
- Secondary Market Average Price: $133
- Secondary Market Cheapest Ticket: $44
The Coyotes struggled in the Missouri Valley Football Conference, last year finishing with a 3-5 record (4-7 overall). Even without Kyler Murray, Marquise Brown, and the rest of their departures, Oklahoma should be able to handle them without too much of an issue.
September 28th vs. Texas Tech Red Raiders 🎟️
- Secondary Market Average Price: $195
- Secondary Market Cheapest Ticket: $9
Texas Tech is coming into this game with a new head coach, offensive coordinator, and defensive coordinator. They’ll be looking to boost the Red Raiders’ fortunes, but Oklahoma is still the favorite in both the division and this game.
October 19th vs. West Virginia Mountaineers 🎟️
- Secondary Market Average Price: $186
- Secondary Market Cheapest Ticket: $72
You might not think of West Virginia as a college football power, but they’ve been putting together some solid seasons in Morgantown. Last year’s meeting between these two teams was a shootout, with Oklahoma edging out the Mountaineers 59-56. Look for this game to be another good one.
November 9th vs. Iowa State Cyclones 🎟️
- Secondary Market Average Price: $144
- Secondary Market Cheapest Ticket: $57
Iowa State finished in third place in the Big 12 last year, coming in behind Oklahoma and Texas. They should finish roughly in that same position this year; they’ll probably give the Sooners a stiff test for at least half of this game, but won’t have enough in the tank to pull off an upset.
November 23rd vs. TCU Horned Frogs 🎟️
- Secondary Market Average Price: $186
- Secondary Market Cheapest Ticket: $71
TCU is a middle-of-the-road Big 12 team, so they’re not going to blow anyone away. That includes a team as explosive as Oklahoma; expect the Sooners to end the home schedule in style with a comfortable win.
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Oklahoma Sooners 2018 Ticket Market Overview
With the regular season a couple of days away, below is a look at how Oklahoma Sooner's ticket prices stack up on the secondary market across the NCAA. As you can see, Sooners tickets are up about 22 percent from last year, the sixth biggest increase across the NCAA since last year.
Where to Buy Tickets
Sooners tickets are the 11th most expensive among the Top 60 NCAA teams, as compared to the 29th most expensive in 2017. For secondary market listings, TicketIQ offers a Low Price Guarantee for all games listed below. On the primary market, the Army and Oklahoma State games are sold out, and the next most expensive is the UCLA game on September 8. Tickets are available for $90 on the primary market, while the average asking price on the secondary market is $140.
Prices For Each Game on the 2018 Oklahoma Sooners Schedule
The most expensive game of the season is the "Bedlam Series" between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. The in-state rivalry dates back to 1904 and Oklahoma is currently on a two-game win streak. There are no tickets available on the primary market for this game, but the average asking price for a secondary market ticket is $214 and the cheapest seat is $106. The game is set for November 10, and if either team is in the hunt in the Big 12, expect an already expensive ticket price to rise.