Where To Buy 2021 Orange Bowl Tickets
For the first meeting between Georgia and Michigan since 1965, Orange Bowl tickets sold out on December 8th. With the sellout, the secondary ticket market is the only way to get tickets to the game, which will be played on December 31st.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free tickets for all Orange Bowl tickets with a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if an event is canceled or deem 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. TicketIQ also has Fee Free tickets for all college bowl and college football playoff games.
How Much Are Orange Bowl Tickets
Prices have dropped over 60% since they peaked on the afternoon of 12/5 following the final CFP Standings announcement. There are also a lot more tickets available on the Michigan side of the stadium, and prices are also significantly cheaper. For Georgia fans looking to purchase tickets, now is probably the time as prices on that side of the stadium are likely to rise as inventory continues to drop.
Prices on the secondary market start at $366 for 300 level seats in the corners and end zone, and 300 level sidelines sections start at $400. Prices on the 300 level go as high as $1,352 for seats at midfield.
200 level ticket prices start at $598 in the end zones, $603 in the corners, and $697 on the sidelines. 200 level ticket prices go as high as $3939 for tickets on the sidelines at midfield.
100 level ticket prices start at $517 in the end zones, $510 in the corners, and $525 on the sidelines. Tickets on the lower level go as high as $18,657 for seats in the 72 Club, which comes with padded seats, your own TV and and a lot of room to stretch out your legs, while watching the game. While TicketIQ sells 72 club seats, there are other premium Orange Bowl options only available by contacting the Orange Bowl directly. Here are all the premium options and the phone number to call if you're interested.
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