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The TaxSlayer Bowl is played each January at Everbank Field in Jacksonville, Florida. Since 1946 the TaxSlayer Bowl has treated millions of fans to some of the most exciting bowl games in college football. The game matches up one of the top teams from the SEC with a peer from the Big Ten Conference. The TaxSlayer Bowl is sponsored by TaxSlayer.com, and has been sponsored in the past by Mazda, Outback Steakhouse, Toyota, Konica Minolta and Progessive Insurance. Find more information on our TaxSlayer Bowl History page, including a list of past TaxSlayer Bowl Champions. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for TaxSlayer Bowl tickets.

2015 TaxSlayer Bowl Preview

The 2014 TaxSlayer Bowl kicked of the New Year with a Big Ten SEC matchup between the Nebraska Cornhuskers and the Georgia Bulldogs. While the game appeared to be going back and forth between the two teams Georgia was never able to establish a lead as the Cornhuskers only allowed the Bulldogs to get within one point in the second quarter. Georgia was able to get an early touchdown in the fourth quarter but both teams would step it up on defense and keep each other out of the end zone for the remainder of the quarter leaving Nebraska with the 24-19 win. Check back soon for a preview of the 2015 TaxSlayer Bowl between the SEC and the Big Ten.

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

TaxSlayer Bowl at Everbank Field

Address: 1 Everbank Field Dr, Jacksonville, Florida, 32202

The TaxSlayer Bowl is played at Everbank Field, the home of the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Florida-Georgia game known as the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party. The stadium also housed the ACC Championship Game from 2005-2007 and Super Bowl XXXIX in 2005.

100 Level

This is the field level of Everbank Field, and all rows are alphanumerically numbered from A-Z, then AA, BB and so on. Section 110 is at the 50-yard line in front of the home team sideline, with Sections 107-112 being club seating. In front of the away team sideline, Section 136 is at the 50-yard line while 134-139 is club seating.

200 Level

As with the 100 level, the sections nearest the middle of the field are in the Touchdown Club. 207-212 and 234-239 are club, while the other sideline sections and as well as corner and end zone seating is called the Middle Level.

300 Level

There are the 300 level end zone sections, behind both end zones but not stretching to the sidelines. The suites are at this level along both sidelines.

400 Level

The upper level of Everbank Field, this is the most cost-efficient way to get into the TaxSlayer Bowl. The sections are alphanumerically numbered, and will go from A to Z, then AA to HH.

Suites

The luxury suites run along both sidelines of Everbank Field, above the 200 level seating. Suites include a private restroom, HD TVs and food and drink.

EverBank Field Seating Chart
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TaxSlayer Bowl Event Guide

What are the best attractions to see when in Jacksonville for the TaxSlayer Bowl?

Little Talbot Island State Park is a must if you want to get out to the beach, or you can take the kids to the highly-rated Jacksonville Zoo. The Alhambra Dinner Theatre is a great spot to take in a meal while being very entertained. For more information check out our TaxSlayer Bowl Event Guide.

Where are the best places to eat in Jacksonville for the TaxSlayer Bowl?

Restaurant Orsay comes highly recommended by critics, and features a great French menu and cocktail list. If you’re looking for some southern fare, try Soul Food Bistro @ The Potter’s House for some smothered pork chops, cornbread and mac and cheese.

How can I buy cheap TaxSlayer Bowl tickets?

TicketCity offers a large selection of TaxSlayer Bowl tickets which includes some of the lowest priced seats on the market. TaxSlayer Bowl ticket prices fluctuate based on demand for the games. Bigger matchups typically push demand higher & ticket prices. The opposite can happen if the TaxSlayer Bowl matchup is less intriguing. Marquee teams, like the Nebraska Cornhuskers, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Michigan Wolverines, and other teams with large fan bases, can drive up TaxSlayer Bowl ticket prices. The TaxSlayer Bowl is one of the biggest bowls of the season, so if you’re looking for cheap tickets you may want to act early before the big push in December.

What are the best games in TaxSlayer Bowl history?

The 2008 TaxSlayer Bowl between Virginia and Texas Tech was an instant classic, as the Red Raiders engineered a 17-point fourth-quarter comeback for the win. The 1979 edition of the TaxSlayer Bowl was also a nail-biter, ending when Michigan failed a two-point conversion late in the game while down 15-17. Check out our Notable TaxSlayer Bowls page for more on the best games in the bowls history.

Who are the most famous players to play in the TaxSlayer Bowl?

Fred Belitnikoff, Donovan McNabb, Philip Rivers, Michael Vick and Calvin Johnson are just some of the superstars to play in the TaxSlayer Bowl over the years.

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TicketCity Comes Through You guys really came through for me for Gator Bowl tickets. I originally ordered 2, one for me and one for my son, but found out 4 days later that my daughter was going to be free to go and wanted to surprise her with a ticket for Christmas as well. The ticket agent I spoke with worked very diligently to get me a ticket just 4 rows behind them, and being field-level and close, this was an incredible feat. Thanks TicketCity! January 4, 2012
First Ohio State Football game Only way my experience could have been better is if Ohio State won. A friend and I drove up from Port St Lucie the day of the game and got there early enough to hit the Bud Light tailgate party. Wasn't all that great, but for $10 it wasn't bad either. The food was great, beer was cold and people were just milling around. No fights broke out(not even close) and the seats in the stadium were AWESOME. My only complaint was I don't think the city of Jacksonville itself was equipped for the after-game crowd. We stayed at the Omni Hotel and when we went to get a bite to eat that evening in the Jacksonville Square(or whatever it is down there) the lines at all the sports bars were LONG. January 4, 2012
if it's true If it is true that my msu Spartans are playing in the gator bowl this year, then this will be the first time since college I might get to see them play in person...not too shabby! December 4, 2011
Tailgate at Billy's Place While driving to the Gator Bowl the cops made the car in front of us turn left away from the stadium, upset at first we had to go further away but we ended up tail gating at the coolest place that had bid trees for shade, grass, room to toss a football, and a garage that was converted into a small bar called Billy's Place. Bathrooms were clean and lots of big screens, tables, a pool table, ping pong, etc.. What a great place, wish I lived in Jacksonville so I could use this gem over and over. 932 Albert Street about .5mi walk to stadium. We lost bad but I still had a great time. January 3, 2011
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