Pinstripe Bowl Tickets Among Postseason’s Most Expensive

Here’s hoping you were one of the lucky few who was able to take advantage of the $55 student tickets.

According to a study from TicketCity, Pinstripe Bowl tickets are the seventh-most expensive of the postseason’s 37 games, with the average ticket costing $129. Besides the Championship game, the only non-New Year’s Eve or Day game that has a higher average price is San Diego’s Holiday Bowl between Nebraska and USC, at $135.

Ticket curator site SeatGeek verifies this, as the Internet’s cheapest tickets are currently $124. It makes sense, given the alumni bases of Penn State and Boston College around New York, but several games of better quality (like the Arizona-Boise State Fiesta Bowl) are a cheaper trip.

The most expensive ticket is, of course, the National Championship, with an average price of $935. The Alabama-Ohio State Sugar Bowl clocks in at No. 2 at a mere $340 average price, while the Oregon-Florida State Rose Bowl is third at $252. Meanwhile, the Camellia Bowl between South Alabama and Bowling Green is dead last at $19.50 per ticket.

Here’s the full graphic from TicketCity:

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If you missed out on student tickets on Saturday, I’d recommend bookmarking this page and hoping for the best.

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Tim Gilbert

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