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Tennessee has a rich football history, but the 21st century hasn’t been kind to the Volunteers. Tennessee has had eight losing seasons since the turn of the century, but that could present a great opportunity for fans looking for a well-priced ticket to a Tennessee home game.

According to secondary ticket marketplace TicketIQ.com, the average asking price for a ticket to Neyland Stadium is $128, putting them just outside the top 25 priciest ticket in the NCAA. That average is up from $116 in 2018, which translates to a 17% increase on the Secondary ticket market for the 2019 schedule at Neyland Stadium. Single game tickets will go on sale Tuesday, July 16, at AllVols.com. 


Tennessee has plenty of positives that could translate into a winning season in 2019 – Jarrett Guarantano returns as quarterback, Jeremy Pruitt has a season under his belt as head coach, and the Vols’ schedule is a little softer than in years past. Tennessee will play eight home games, including its first against independent Brigham Young. Home games will be played at Neyland Stadium. Below is a look at Tennessee’s home games on the secondary ticket market. TicketIQ also has Low Price Guarantees on all Tennessee Football tickets, which means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25% compared to Stubhub and Vivid Seats. 

How Much Are Tennessee Football Tickets

August 31 vs. Georgia State, Average asking price: $101

This game has the second cheapest average asking price and second cheapest get-in price on the secondary market, and no wonder – the teams have virtually no history. They’ve played once, in 2012, at Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium – and Tennessee won that game, 51-13. But it’s the season opener, and a great opportunity for fans to see the Vols at a low price.

September 7 vs. Brigham Young, Average asking price: $134

These teams have never played before. BYU has been playing as an independent since 2011, and in 2017 scheduled a home-and-home series with Tennessee. The second game will be at BYU in 2023, and neither team will get compensation from the other for either game.  This game is the fourth priciest in terms of average asking price on the secondary market.

September 14 vs. Chattanooga, Average asking price: $103

This in-state rivalry dates to 1907, and Tennessee has dominated, winning 28 of 31 meetings. The Vols are on an eight-game win streak, including a 45-10 victory during the teams’ last meeting on October 11, 2014. Tennessee has never lost at home against Chattanooga. This game is the third cheapest  on the secondary market in terms of both average asking price and get-in price.

October 5 vs. Georgia, Average asking price: $263

Tennessee kicks off its SEC home schedule against one of its most fierce conference rivals, and demand reflects the enthusiasm around the game. The average asking price on the secondary market is the highest of any game this season. The series is currently tied at 23-23-2, and Georgia has won the last two, including a 38-12 victory at Athens on September 29, 2018.

October 12 vs. Mississippi State, Average asking price: $155

This rivalry also dates to 1907, but isn’t quite as even at the Georgia rivalry – Tennessee holds an all-time series advantage of 28-16-1, but Mississippi State snapped a six-game Tennessee winning streak during their last meeting, when it beat the Vols, 41-31, at Starkville on October 13, 2012. In terms of secondrary market ssee average asking price, this is the third priciest game at Neyland Stadium.

October 26 vs. South Carolina, Average asking price: $157

Dating to 1903, this rivalry has traditionally been one of streaks – and one that Tennessee dominated – until 2010, anyway. Prior to that, the Vols won all but six (four losses, two ties) of 28 games. Since then, South Carolina won three, then Tennessee won three, then South Carolina won three. Which might mean Tennessee is due to win. The average asking price for this game is the second highest of the season on the secondary market, behind only the Georgia game.

November 2 vs. Alabama-Birmingham, Average asking price: $93

The cheapest game of the season at Neyland Stadium, the Vols and UAB have played only four times, and Tennessee has won all four meetings. The last game, on September 25, 2010, was the closest of the bunch, 32-29. The game extends UAB’s latest tradition of playing SEC teams to three seasons.

November 30 vs. Vanderbilt, Average asking price: $130

Both founding members of the SEC, Tennessee and Vanderbilt first played in 1892 – and twice that season with Vanderbilt winning both games. Including those two games, the teams have met 112 times with Tennessee holding a 75-33-5 all-time series advantage, though Vanderbilt has won the last three. The game is the fifth priciest of the season on the secondary market, and will be the Volunteers final home game of the season.

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