How To Find The Cheapest UCLA Football Tickets + Face Value Options
July 15, 2019
Where to Buy 2019 UCLA Football Tickets
UCLA football tickets went on sale July 17th via primary partner Ticketmaster and are available for all games at the Rose Bowl on the 2019 UCLA schedule. Face value ranges from $30 for games against San Diego State, Oregon State, Colorado, Arizona State and Cal. Only the Oklahoma game starts at a higher prices, with the cheapest face value going for $69. That's about 20% less expensive than the secondary market, which means that buying directly from the team is the best option for the highest-demand game of the season.
For this season, the school has also introduce The Blue Zone, a $149 all-mobile ticket option to get a ticket to every 2019 regular season home games, in different locations across sections 7-L to 2-H, which are on the visitor side. While some of the Blue Zone is in the higher rows, first 10-15 rows are also part of the program.
UCLA is also offering a mini plan called the Big Game plan, which costs $149 and includes ticket for the Oklahoma, Arizona State and Cal games. At current secondary-market prices, the Big Game Plan saves fans about 20% compared to buying each game separately on the secondary market.
The other important option to keep in mind is TCL club memberships, which are available for $300 for the whole season or $60 for each game. The TCL club is located on Level D, with some great views, and access to food and a full cash alcohol bar, a rarity for college football games. It also provides access to the new Stella Rosa Wine Garden.
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How Much Are 2019 UCLA Football Tickets
Coming off his first season at UCLA, Chip Kelly continues his quest to turn around the storied program The Bruins went 3-9 last season, but the offense steadily improved as the season wore on. Expect more of the same this year, with real change likely coming in 2020. The average asking price for UCLA home game on the secondary market, according to TicketIQ, is $141, up from $107 in 2018. A Bruins ticket is the 20th most expensive across the NCAA, with Georgia’s $487 average asking price ranking No. 1.
The $141 average is the fourth highest of the decade, behind $232 in 2016, $196 in 2014 and $143 in 2012, the last time the Bruins won the Pac-12 South.
Ticket Prices of All UCLA Home Games on the 2019 Schedule
The Bruins play their home games at the venerable Rose Bowl and will have six home dates in 2019.
September 7 vs. San Diego State 🎟️
- Secondary market average asking price: $117
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $37
For the first time in 10 years, UCLA will host its neighbor to the south, San Diego State, this time in the first home game of the season. The Aztecs are 0-21 against UCLA, including losing, 33-14, when the teams last played. The game is the first of two in a home-and-away series. ULCA will visit San Diego State on September 19, 2020.
September 14 vs. Oklahoma 🎟️
- Secondary market average asking price: $309
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $117
The priciest game of the season by far, at least in terms of the secondary market get-in price, this game marks the fifth time these teams will meet, and Oklahoma has a 4-1 all-time series advantage. The Sooners won the last meeting in Norman, 49-21, on September 8, 2018. The team will give away Troy Aikman coins at this game.
October 5 vs. Oregon State 🎟️
- Secondary market average asking price: $129
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $36
The first Pac-12 home game of the season, this rivalry dates to 1930. The teams last met in 2016, and UCLA won, 38-24. The Bruins hold a 42-16-4 all-time season series advantage, including winning the last two. This game has the cheapest average asking price of all UCLA home games.
October 26 vs. Arizona State 🎟️
- Secondary market average asking price: $127
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $38
The second cheapest home game of the season, ASU and UCLA have played every year since 2003 and the rivalry dates to 1976. The Sun Devils won last season’s meeting, 31-28, at Tempe, and have won three of the last four.
November 2 vs. Colorado 🎟️
- Secondary market average asking price: $128
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $44
After winning five consecutive between 2011-15, the Bruins and Buffaloes have alternated wins in each of the last three seasons. Colorado won on September 28, 2018 at Boulder. UCLA holds a 10-4 all-time series record. This game is a rare late-season non-conference matchup.
November 30 vs. California 🎟️
- Secondary market average asking price: $142
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $42
This rivalry is the third-oldest uninterrupted rivalry across the NCAA, and since both teams are nicknamed the Bears, the game is sometimes called the “Bear Bowl.” ULCA leads the all-time series, 55-33, and has won the last two, including winning 37-7, last season at Berkeley.
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