TicketCity Showcases Ticket Availability after Official Bowl Announcements
National Championship game, Cotton Bowl, Sugar Bowl, and Rose Bowl garnering highest demand tickets
AUSTIN, Texas--(December 6, 2010) – With the conference championship games over and the official bowl selections made; top bowl games are garnering high ticket demand, while other games offer affordable pricing as many fans find their respective school attending unprecedented bowl games. TicketCity, a leader in the secondary ticket industry for more than 20 years, details all bowl ticket prices for the 2010-2011 season.
“This bowl season brings more bowl games than ever before and offers fans the opportunity to attend some really great matchups – some close to home and some great travel experiences,” says Randy Cohen, TicketCity CEO.
The BCS National Championship game between newly appointed number one Auburn and number two Oregon promises to be an exciting and action packed game. As Oregon prepares for a chance at their first national championship title, they strive to follow through on coach Chip Kelly’s game day philosophy, “win the day”. Meanwhile, Cam Newton has set his sights on winning the Heisman Trophy and plans to help Auburn win the 2010 national championship title, their first since 1957. Currently, average ticket prices are $1,301 and TicketCity.com has tickets starting at $827.
The historic Rose Bowl will be played in Pasadena on January 1, 2011 and plans to have scores of loyal TCU and Wisconsin fans making the trip to California. Wisconsin earned their first Big Ten title since 1999 and had but one loss this season. The Badgers are no strangers to the Rose Bowl, having made a total of six appearances at the bowl with a 3-3 record, and they hope to put that experience to good use against TCU who will be making their Rose Bowl debut this year. For the past three years, TCU has continued to climb in the final rankings, edging their way as close to the championship game as possible. As TCU finishes third in the AP Poll, they hope to continue their undefeated streak. Average ticket prices are $480 and TicketCity.com has tickets starting at $273.
“There are a lot of bowl game tickets at some nice, affordable prices and it’s an opportunity to bring fans, family and friends together around the holidays at games like the Alamo Bowl, Texas Bowl and Chick-fil-A Bowl, says Zach Anderson, TicketCity COO. ”
The inaugural TicketCity Bowl will pin Texas Tech against Northwestern on January 1, 2011. "Little did we imagine in our wildest dreams that we would have the privilege of having such prestigious teams in our inaugural TicketCity Bowl," said TicketCity Bowl President Tom Starr. The event is set to take place on New Year’s day at 11am CST and will be broadcast on ESPNU. The game kicks off an action-packed New Year’s Day of bowl games, culminating with the Capital One Bowl and Fiesta Bowl that same evening. TicketCity.com has tickets starting at just $26.
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As fans now search for tickets to follow their team, TicketCity helps fans buy easily and confidently through TicketCity.com or by calling 1.800.SOLD.OUT. TicketCity sales representatives help fans find the right seat for them based on price and seating preferences. TicketCity always confirms when tickets will arrive to customers, and can also help with additional information such as parking, stadium directions, and confirmation of event details.
TicketCity offers a marketplace for fans to buy and sell tickets for all sports, concerts, and theatre events. Specializing in tickets for all college and professional sports and championship events for more than 20 years, including college bowl games and the Super Bowl, TicketCity provides personal service to clients around the world. TicketCity partners include Time Inc.’s Sports Illustrated, NBC Sports, and FoxSports’ Scout network. TicketCity has been named to Inc Magazine's prestigious Inc 5000 list in 2007, 2008, and 2009.
Kelley Rochna, Marketing Manager