All Miami Hurricanes Football events
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Where to Find Cheapest Miami Vs. Florida Camping World Kickoff Tickets
While the beginning of the college football season often doesn't feature the biggest rivalries, the 2019 Camping World Kickoff of the exception. The Hurricanes and the Gators are facing off in Orlando in the first kickoff game of season on August 24th. As you’d expect for a game between two in-state rivals, tickets are in high demand and completely sold out on the primary market. On the secondary market, prices are the highest of any 2019 kickoff game with secondary market prices starting at over $200, which is four times as high as the next most expensive kick-off game, featuring Duke and Alabama.Read More →
How To Find Cheap Miami Hurricanes Football Tickets + Face Value Options
Where To Buy 2019 Miami Football Tickets
Primary market tickets for Hurricanes home games at Hard Rock stadium are available through the Miami website via primary partner Paciolan. Face value for tickets start from $30, $45 for Virginia Tech, $35 for Virginia, $35 for Georgia Tech, and $35 for the final game against Louisville. Face value inventory is limited, with only a handful of sections with option for each game. Lower level seats start at $50 and go as high as $85 for the Virginia Tech seats.
For fans looking for more lower level options, the secondary market has tickets on the 50 yard line as cheap as $100 for for the Bethune Cookman game. There are also season tickets for Legends suites costs $2,100 for the seven home games and get you a ticket for an open-air viewing seat that gets the buyer an 'immersive gameday experience' in a dedicated end-zone seat and all-inclusive food and drinks and a parking pass. For a slightly more affordable club option, Northside clubs seats start at $825 and are located in sections 117,118,119, with 118 right of the 50 yard-line.
For fans looking for affordability, Miami has one of the simplest mini-plan options, with the ability to choose any three home games. While those are both big ticket items, there's also a $99 3-game mini-plan, which may be the simplest way to see The U in 2019, with tickets delivered to directly to your phone.Read More →