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The Sugar Bowl is played in early January at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. The game has been played annually since 1935, when local school Tulane beat Temple. The Sugar Bowl has featured some of the best football players in history, and has given its MVP award to the likes of Bobby Layne, Steve Spurrier, Ken Stabler, Archie Manning and Dan Marino. Alabama and LSU are tied for the most appearances ever in the Sugar Bowl with Florida and Georgia not too far behind. The Sugar Bowl has been sponsored by Allstate since 2006, previously being sponsored by Nokia for over a decade. To find out more, check out our Sugar Bowl History page and for a list of past champions visit the Sugar Bowl Champions page. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Sugar Bowl tickets.

2015 Sugar Bowl Preview

The 2014 Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, Louisiana had been hyped up months before the bowls were ever announced with statements regarding opposing conferences from both head coaches early in the season. Low and behold the two Crimson's of college football would meet at the Sugar Bowl. Saban's last visit to New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl didn't end well and neither would the 2014 matchup. The Sooners would get back to back scores to end the half 31-17 leaving the Tide scrambling to put something together in the second half. Though they would claw their way back, OU's 14 point fourth quarter would be just enough to send Alabama home with a loss 45-31. Check back for a preview of the 2015 Sugar Bowl between the SEC and an At-Large team.

Check out our Sugar Bowl Preview History page for previews of previous Sugar Bowl games.

The Sugar Bowl at the Superdome

Address: 1500 Poydras St, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70112

The Sugar Bowl is played at the Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana home to the New Orleans Saints, the New Orleans Bowl. The Superdome is the largest enclosed dome in the the world and holds over 70,000 people at max capacity. The Mercedes-Benz Superdome has hosted numerous events of all kinds, including Super Bowl XLVII in 2013.

100 Level

This is known as the Plaza, and the sections in the corners of the end zone typically start a little further away from the field. Sections 141-143 and 113-115 are considered club seating and are the best sections in the Superdome. The home sideline is Sections 139-145.

200 Level

Called the Loge in the end zones and Club along the sidelines, is still a very good view of the field. There are only four rows in each 200 level section.

600 Level

Called Terrace seating, this is the upper deck of the Superdome and will be the cheapest seats in the venue. They run from Row 7 to Row 36.

Superdome Seating Chart
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Sugar Bowl Event Guide

What's the best way to get there?

You can walk from the French Quarter, but it is quite lengthy. A cab would probably be your best bet or if it’s available at your hotel, a shuttle to the stadium is a very good option.

Where should I say in New Orleans when going to the Sugar Bowl?

Staying as close as possible to the Superdome is usually a bad choice, as there are nicer and safer areas that are a close cab ride away. There are usually events going on in the French Quarter and lots of hotels to choose from there and on Canal Street.

How can I buy cheap Sugar Bowl tickets?

TicketCity offers a large selection of Sugar Bowl tickets which includes some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Sugar Bowl ticket prices fluctuate based on demand for the games. Bigger matchups typically push demand higher & ticket prices. The opposite can happen if the Sugar Bowl matchup is less intriguing. Marquee teams, like the Alabama Crimson Tide, Florida Gators, LSU Tigers, and other teams with large fan bases, can drive up Sugar Bowl ticket prices. The Sugar Bowl is one of the most exciting sporting events in the country, so if you’re looking for cheap tickets you may want to act early before the big push in December.

When should I buy my tickets?

As soon as possible! It’s not a bad idea to buy tickets early if you think your team will make the game or if you just want one of the best college football experiences possible! Check out the Sugar Bowl Event Guide for more information on your Sugar Bowl experience.

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Family Vacation of a lifetime Several years ago, I saved and saved to take my family to the Sugar bowl. I only had enough extra money to buy 2 tickets for my husband and oldest son to attend the game while my daughter and youngest son watched from the tv in the hotel room. We arrived the day before the game and had the time of our lives with all of the pregame festivities, we were walking down the street and one of the school bands came down and began playing on the street right in front of us, it was so totally awesome. Everyone we met no matter what team they were pulling for was so friendly and cordial. Every year my youngest son asks me when I'm going to let him go to the sugar bowl?? It was a very short family vacation we will never forget. Unfortunately, due to the recent decline in the economy we haven't been able to afford tickets to return. I hope each year I will be able to put the smile on my 13 year old son's face that I was able to do for his older brother when he was 13 years old. August 23, 2012
SUGAR BOWL 2012 This was my son's first college football experience and it far exceeded his expectations. He chose the seats - 9th row and was thrilled when we actually sat down to enjoy the game from that close. We are Michigan fans, so the victory made our experience that much better! Thank you! January 5, 2012
Long Awaited Battle Finally two of the most heralded teams in collegiate football square off in one of the most prestigious bowls in the nation. I have dreamed of this for a long time and its finally a reality. There could be no better matchup as far as i'm concerned, both offenses have enough firepower to light up the Superdome. It will be exiting to see which defense can stop the other teams offense. I expect a barnburner between these two schools and I believe whoever has the ball last will end up the champion of the Sugar Bowl. It would be a dream come true to sit and watch in New Orleans as one of the greatest games of the century unfolds. December 24, 2010
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