The average ticket price for the Orange Bowl over the last 4 years has consistently increased a significant amount each year. The lowest ticket price was in 2013 with an average of $49, which increased 114% to $105 in 2014. The 2016 Orange Bowl ticket price has increased drastically from the 2013 price to the now $195 for the game. As one of the crucial bowl games of this year, an ACC team will face off against a Big Ten, SEC or ND conference team as one of the best matchups for the annual bowl game.
(Data updated 12/7/2016)
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2016 Capital One Orange Bowl Preview
The 2016 Orange Bowl will see the Michigan Wolverines vs. Florida State Seminoles. The 2016 Orange Bowl is set to kick off on Friday, December 30th, at the newly renovated Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Garden, FL. The Michigan Wolverines are coming off of their best season in a decade. With a relentless defense, and a disciplined offense, the Wolverines enter the Orange Bowl after just missing out on the College Football Playoff. The Wolverines will face a Florida State team that finished the season strong, winning 6 of their last 7 games. Seminoles quarterback Deondre Francois is one of the top passing threats in the country, and the matchup between the Noles air assault against a stingy Wolverines secondary led by Jabrill Peppers, will be one of the most exciting of the college football bowl season.
Capital One Orange Bowl at Hard Rock Stadium Address: 2269 NW 199th St, Miami Gardens, Florida, 33056
Hard Rock Stadium is located in Miami Gardens, FL., about 15 miles north of Central Miami. There are four levels to the stadium and Hard Rock can hold approximately 80,000 fans on game day.
Lower Prime will be sections 140-144 and are the best seats in the house. Lowest level, mid field, right behind the Dolphins bench. Sections 112-116 are right behind the visitor’s bench.
The 200 level is all club seating, with 209-219 and 237-247 running along the sidelines of the field. This section is only 10 rows deep so you’re still very close to the action.
Executive suites are right behind these sections but also considered 200 level, as well as some on the 300 level. Executive tickets come with access to a wet bar, fridge and HD TVs.
On the 300 level, they are air conditioned and come with a bar and valet parking. Upper Prime tickets are located in sections 411-417 and 439-445. These upper deck seats are positioned between each end zone line.
The 400 level has “Upper Prime” seating which are sections 439-445 and 411-417, which are the sections that run along the sidelines. The first four rows of these sections are considered Upper Prime Lodge.
2014 Orange Bowl Preview
The 2014 Orange Bowl will be played on Friday, January 3rd at 8:30 PM between the Clemson Tigers and the Ohio State Buckeyes. Ohio State had eyes on the BCS National Championship game until Michigan State dashed those dreams in the Big 10 Championship game. The Buckeyes have an explosive offense led by Braxton Miller and Carlos Hyde. Behind these two, Ohio State has the nation's fourth best run game. The defense has been suspect in big games. Urban Meyer has a 7-1 record in bowl games.
Clemson looks to end its season on a high note following a loss to rival South Carolina. The offense flows through Tajh Boyd. Boyd holds 57 Clemson and ACC records and would like nothing more than to end his career with a bowl win. Sammy Watkins has the speed to exploit a Buckeye secondary that was torched for 304 yards by Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook.
2013 Orange Bowl Preview
The Orange bowl will feature the Florida State Seminoles in their home state against the underdog Northern Illinois Huskies. Played in New Miami Stadium in Miami Gardens, FL., the two teams will get some nice-weather football as ACC-champion FSU looks to run rampant over Northern Illinois, who won 12 consecutive games after an opening week one-point loss to Iowa. The Huskies will need to stop EJ Manuel if they want to pull off a head-turning upset.
The game on the Florida coast is always a hot ticket and with the ACC better than ever you can be sure the match up will be exiting in this year’s Orange Bowl.
2012 Orange Bowl Preview
Can a Mountaineer catch a Tiger? That’s what we’ll find out (metaphorically) on January 4th as the 10-3 Clemson Tigers, fresh of their upset of Virginia Tech in the ACC Championship Game, will battle 9-3 Big East Champion West Virginia Mountaineers. West Virginia got in after Cincinnati beat Connecticut, which gave the Mountaineers the conference prize. WVU coach Dana Holgorsen is only the second freshman coach to lead his team to an Orange Bowl berth, and he will be up against another rising star in Clemson coach Dabo Sweeny. Be sure to catch this meeting of the football minds in Miami, Florida at one of the most intriguing BCS match-ups of the year!
2011 Orange Bowl Preview
This year’s Orange Bowl features what might be the best quarterback match-up of the bowl season. Pac-10 powerhouse Stanford comes into Miami behind the arm of Andrew Luck, who many are picking to be the top pick in this year’s NFL draft. The sophomore threw for 3,051 yards and 28 touchdowns, which was aided by one of the best offensive lines in the country. Even in their lone blemish, the loss to BCS Championship Game-bound Oregon, he threw for 341 yards and two touchdowns.
Between Luck and a defense that shut-out opponents three times this year, the Hokies and their excellent signal caller, ACC Player of the Year Tyrod Taylor, will have to continue the play that saw them reel off 11 straight wins. Taylor’s senior year began slow, but then took off as he led the first team in a decade to go undefeated in ACC play. Virginia Tech’s defense has also been stout after a slow start to the season, collecting 14 interceptions in the past six games. With these two teams’ strengths matched up so closely, it’s sure to be an exciting battle of wills in Miami this year.
2010 Orange Bowl Preview
The 2010 Orange Bowl should be one of the better BCS bowl games. The '10 Orange Bowl matches the Iowa Hawkeyes against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. Iowa was selected as an out large pick out of the Big 10; the Hawkeyes bring a tough football team to Miami. Georgia Tech are the champions of the ACC conference and will bring their dynamic running attack to Dolphin Stadium to try to win a big bowl game. Expect the 2010 Orange Bowl to be one of the best games of the bowl season.
2009 Orange Bowl Preview
Head out to Dolphin Stadium to catch the 2009 Orange Bowl. The Orange Bowl is one of the biggest bowl games in college football, as it is one of five BCS bowl games. Formerly, the BCS Championship bowl game rotated between four BCS bowl, including the Orange Bowl. Now that the BCS championship game is separate from the four BCS bowls, the Orange Bowl will be played separately from the BCS Championship game, and the BCS Championship game will be hosted at Dolphin Stadium in 2009 as a separate bowl game.
This year's Orange Bowl is going to be a great match, as No. 12 Cincinnati faces No. 19 Virginia Tech. Both teams are pretty evenly matched on offense, which will make for an excellent pairing come bowl time. Look for these teams to be strong on defense, but relatively light on scoring.
Capital One Orange Bowl News - 12/7/2016
The matchup has been announced for the 2016 Orange Bowl and fans will get to watch as the Michigan Wolverines take on the Florida State Seminoles on December 30th. The average ticket prices for the Orange Bowl has continued to drop $238 to the current average at $195. The lowest ticket prices for the game are currently at $112 for upper-level seats behind the end zone.
Capital One Orange Bowl News - 11/25/2016
The 2016 Orange Bowl has seen a change in average ticket pricing going from $259 to the current average of $238; this is an 8% percent decrease in the average. Ticket sales for the Capital One Orange Bowl have a wide array of prices, as low as $136 per ticket for an upper-level seat to a high price of $2372 for club seats.
Capital One Orange Bowl News - 11/9/2016
The 2016 Orange Bowl average ticket prices have seen a small 13% increase from the 2015 Orange Bowl playoff game, moving from $229 to the current $259 average price. Current projections from college football’s week 11 expect to see Louisville in the matchup in Miami Gardens, Florida for the Capital One Orange Bowl.
Capital One Orange Bowl News - 10/28/2016
The 2016 Orange Bowl will be played on Friday, December 30th for the Capital One sponsored game. Beginning in 2014, the Orange Bowl became one of the rotated CFB Playoff games. In 2015, the Clemson and Oklahoma matchup was one of CFB semifinals game. This year the Orange Bowl will be played for the first time in the renovated and newly-named Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.