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How Much Are Virginia vs Florida State Tickets At Scott Stadium - 9/14/19
The cheapest ticket for the September 14 Florida State at Virginia game start at $25, which is $10 less than what's available on the secondary market. There are seats available throughout the upper deck and in Sections 112 and 114 on the primary market through UVAs website and ticket partner Paciolan. Seats in Sections 112 and 114 are priced at $45 on the primary market, and 500-section seats range in price from $25-$60, depending on location. For lower level options, the secondary market is the best options, with tickets going for $74 in the end zones and $139 for a pair in section 124 behind the Cavaliers sideline.Read More →
How To Find The Cheapest Virginia Football Tickets + Face Value Options
Where To Buy 2019 Virginia Football Tickets
Primary market tickets for Cavaliers home games are available through the UVA website via primary partner Paciolan. There are multiple choices of season ticket packages available, which start at $129 for the general public and $103 for young alumni. The two most expensive season-ticket options called Prime ($340) and Priority ($375) and also require a $100 donation. Single-game tickets are currently available for the games against William and Mary, Florida State and Old Dominion, with the onsale for other games planned throughout July and August. Face value pricing starts at $15 and goes up to $60 for the Virginia Tech game. For the Virginia Tech game, tickets are only available with a $100 or more to the Virginia Athletics Foundation, or to fans who were 2018 season ticket holders. UVA also has one 3-game mini-plan available with the option for all games other than the Virginia Tech game, with prices from $60 to $165.Read More →