The average ticket price for Texas A&M Aggies football games has remained relatively consistent over recent seasons. The largest increase came during the 2016 season with a rise of seven percent, moving from an average price of $108 in 2015 to $116. Throughout the 2014-2016, the ticket average maintained a price above $100. The average price for the 2017 Texas A&M football season was at $90, which is a 22 percent decrease from the previous season and the lowest ticket price average over the last four seasons.
The 2018 Texas A&M Aggies schedule will feature the usual SEC West opponents such as Alabama, LSU and Auburn, as well as one of the most exciting schedules in the country. Arguably the biggest game of the season, you can see the Texas A&M Aggies vs Clemson Tigers at Kyle Field on September 8 starting at $153 currently. Games at Kyle Field where you can find a bargain include Northwestern State at Texas A&M (starting at $12), Louisiana Monroe at Texas A&M (starting at $16), Kentucky at Texas A&M (starting at $37) and UAB at Texas A&M (starting at $11). If you're looking to attend the Southwest Classic, tickets for Texas A&M vs Arkansas are currently as low as $112.
Texas A&M vs Texas Tickets
This game was a staple to watch for all college football fans, but the game has been put on hold since the Aggies left the Big 12 for the SEC. The game was played on Thanksgiving weekend each year and beating the other team made your season, no matter the results on the rest of your schedule. The rivalry goes back far, as does the vitriol on and off the field.
Texas A&M vs Arkansas Tickets
Dating back to the days of the Southwest Conference, A&M's move to the SEC helped renew the rivalry that dates back to 1903. Now called the “Southwest Classic,” the game will be played in AT&T Stadium in Arlington for the forseeable future.
Texas A&M vs LSU Tickets
Highly intermittent yet highly contentious, this rivalry goes back a long way but only recently started up again when A&M moved to the SEC. Both Kyle Field in College Station and Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge give the home teams a huge advantage, but you can be sure both teams will leave it all on the field every time they face off.
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2018 Texas A&M Season
Coming off a disappointing season in which the quarterback position was unsettled throughout the year, Texas A&M made the splash of the offseason by signing former Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher to the largest contract in college football history. No matter the outsiders' expectations, A&M expects nothing but championships and they finally have a coach with championship experience at the helm. The question will be whether he can solve the most important position in football, as his Florida State signal callers outside of Heisman winner and national champion Jameis Winston provided mixed results in his time in Tallahassee.
Texas A&M Aggies Football at Kyle Field Address: 198 Joe Routt Boulevard College Station, TX 77843
The Texas A&M Aggies play their home games at Kyle Field. The stadium holds over 102,000 spectators following a renovation before the 2014 season and is now one of the five largest stadiums in the country, only adding to its reputation as one of the toughest places for visiting teams to play. The football tradition at A&M is evident with the 12th Man, the Aggie Bonfire, the Corps of Cadets and the tremendous student support at football games. The Texas A&M Aggies home bench is on the Kyle Field sideline along sections 1-13.
Texas A&M Aggies in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games and SEC Championship
Despite not yet appearing in a College Football Playoff game the Aggies have still managed to play in over 35 bowl games, winning close to half of those contests. Some would say 1998 was their proudest year as they went 7-1 in conference play on their way to their first and only Big 12 Conference Championship. TicketCity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the SEC Conference Championship Game.