The New Orleans Bowl average ticket prices for college football has seen significant changes over the last four years. In 2012, the New Orleans Bowl had a ticket average of $67; the following year saw a 5% increase in the price raising the average up to $70, which has been the highest point over the last four years. During the 2013 and 2014 New Orleans Bowl the average ticket prices for the games have been on a consistent decline seeing the price drop down to $62 in 2014 and then to $60 in 2015.
(Data updated 11/10/2016)
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2017 R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl Preview
The 2015 New Orleans Bowl was won by the North Carolina A&T Aggies 41-34 over the Alcorn State Braves in Atlanta. The 2016 New Orleans Bowl is set to kick off on Saturday, December 17th, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA. The 2016 New Orleans Bowl features the Southern Miss Golden Eagles vs Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns. The Ragin Cajuns will be looking for an unexpected bowl win after doubts of even making it to a bowl game, while the Eagles 6-6 season on a high note.
The New Orleans Bowl at the Superdome Address: 1500 Poydras St, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70112
The Mercedes-Benz Superdome in downtown New Orleans is the largest fixed dome structure in the world, and has a capacity of more than 70,000. The Sun Belt team sideline is along the west side of the stadium in front of sections 140-149. The Conference USA team will occupy the east sideline in front of sections 111-121.
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.
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.
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.
New Orleans Bowl Event Guide
What's the best way to get to the Superdome?
If you are staying in the French Quarter, walking is an option though it is quite length. If there is no shuttle available at your hotel, calling a cab is always the best mode of transportation to the game.
Where should I stay in New Orleans when attending the New Orleans Bowl?
Though getting as close to the Superdome as possible makes for an easy hike to the game, it's not always the best option as there are much safer and nicer areas of New Orleans. The French Quarters is littered with nice hotel options and there is always something going on off Canal Street.
What were the best New Orleans Bowl matchups?
The New Orleans Bowl has brought a number of great teams to the Superdome, including Louisiana Lafayette, Memphis, Louisiana Tech, Cincinnati, Colorado State, Southern Miss, and more. For a complete look at former New Orleans Bowl matchups, check out our New Orleans Bowl Champions page.