The year's Outback Bowl, set for January 2, 2021 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, pits the Indiana Hoosiers against the Ole Miss Rebels. Fans will be allowed at the game, but attendance will be limited to just over 13,000 fans.
Where To Buy Outback Bowl Tickets
Primary market seats remain in a limited number of sections on Ticketmaster.
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How Much Are Outback Bowl Tickets
On Ticketmaster, there are plenty of seats still available, and tickets can be purchased in groups of 2, 3 or 4 seats. All remaining primary market listing on located in the upper level and tickets are $80 per seat.
On the secondary market, the average asking price for the Outback Bowl is $175, with a get-in price of $121. The latter is the most expensive get-in price for an Outback Bowl this decade. Unlike the primary market, there are some 100 and 200 level seats still available on TicketIQ. 200 level seats start at just over $250 per seat, and go as high as $576. 100 level seats start at $370 and go as high as $550.
Below is a look at average and get-in prices for each Outback Bowl this decade:
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