Despite having claimed 11 national titles over the course of the storied history, Notre Dame football has come up short since their last title in ‘88. Attempting to structure a competitive team within the constraints of the school’s strict academic standards is a task that proved too difficult for the likes of Bob Davie, Tyrone Willingham, and Charlie Weis. This all changed two weeks ago in Los Angeles, and BCS Championship Tickets are priced accordingly.
Behind the strength of a Manti Te’o-led defense, Brian Kelly has the Irish back at the top of the football world. Should the Irish take the BCS Title with a win in Miami on January 7th Coach Kelly would join Lou Holtz, Dan Devine, and Ara Parseghian as Notre Dame head coaches to have won a National title in their third year on the job.
All of this lore is certainly not lost on ND worshippers and their ecstatic fanaticism can be charted by the staggering trend in secondary market prices for BCS National Championship Game Tickets. Since November 17th, when both Kansas State and Oregon lost, the average price has jumped 54%, including an additional 11% since Notre Dame captured the Jeweled Shillelagh Saturday Night. Now the average price for BCS National Championship tickets on the secondary market is nearly $2800. Moreover, it will cost $900/ticket just to get in the door at SunLife Stadium in January.
With the antipation of the Irish-Tide clash building, demand for BCS National Championship Game tickets will likely continue to spike the average price of secondary market tickets. As for the primary market, there are still some tickets available limited to 300 & 400 level sections. For those seats click here for primary market BCS tickets.
For more on the BCS game, check out the 3-year price comparison from the TicketCity Blog If you want to watch The BCS Championship Game live and in person in Miami, you better act quickly before tickets jump again.