Buying tickets at the game?

Discussion in 'In The Stands' started by Aragorn, Jan 2, 2009.

  1. Aragorn

    Aragorn 250+ Posts

    How hard will it be? Seems like there are a ton of cheap tickets available for this game. Theoretically, that means I should be able to get tickets cheap outside the stadium on game day, right?
  2. MaceHorn

    MaceHorn 100+ Posts

    Judging by the number of cheap and FREE tix offered on Swap Meet, I'd say you might hold out for FREE tix outside the gates Monday night. Enjoy the game and all the hoopla for those of us back in Austin!
  3. LonghornCatholic

    LonghornCatholic Catholic like Sarkisian

    Go - tixs will be the easiest part of the trip.

    I'll be there [​IMG]
  4. accuratehorn

    accuratehorn 10,000+ Posts

    Almost any game on TV where both teams have to travel to the site will provide ample supplies of easy to get, cheap tickets at the gate. The 2005 Rose Bowl is an example.
    Now, the 2006 Rose Bowl was a completely different matter, but that was an exception to the rule. Of course, the game was not only the national championship game, but on home turf for USC, which could have sold out the stadium by itself.
  5. 93ex

    93ex 100+ Posts

    Agreed. Very cheap or possibly free tickets shouldn't be a problem. I would probably make the trip myself if it weren't on a freaking Monday right after the holidays.
  6. Aragorn

    Aragorn 250+ Posts

    Any ideas where the best place to find tickets on the stadium grounds might be? HF tailgate?
  7. Sooner-Tuf

    Sooner-Tuf 1,000+ Posts

    From people walking around holding them up above their heads.
  8. Sip94

    Sip94 500+ Posts

    When getting tickets from a scalper, any idea which side I should go for (ie where there will be more UT fans)?
  9. slugfest

    slugfest 500+ Posts

    When walking from the outdoor mall to the stadium, there's a designated area to buy tickets on the right. At least there was before the Falcons/Cardinals game on Saturday.
  10. Cheese Taco

    Cheese Taco 25+ Posts

    Glendale's finest were undercover around the area that the shuttle buses left off at the north side of the stadium, giving warnings out. However, as long as you confined your transactions to the designated fenced-in area, it was 100% a buyer's market. The scalping pro's with the stacks of tickets were about to have a stroke, there was nobody buying. I got a 50 yl, 3rd row upper deck ticket for $15, 30 minutes before kickoff, and soon realized that I overpaid.

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