Arkansas’ offense will have a new look, starting with a competition at quarterback, as well as new receivers and rushers to complement those who return. As of early August, coach Chad Morris was still assessing Ben Hicks and Nick Starkel at quarterback. The Razorbacks had a great pass rush last year and that should carry over. The defensive line looked strong during spring practices which bodes well for the future. Arkansas hasn’t had a winning season since 2015, but if all the pieces come together, that could change in 2019. 

For fans looking to see Arkansas Football live at Razorback Stadium, our partner TicketIQ has put together a summary on the best way to find tickets for the 2019 Arkansas football season directly from the team as well as on the secondary market

Where to Buy Arkansas Football Tickets

For season tickets, Arkansas offers the Fayetteville Season Ticket, which includes seats to all home games at Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville. Prices for those plans range from $250 in the upper deck to $1500 behind the north end zone; most seats also require a minimum per seat donation. The school is also offering the Little Rock Ticket, which provides a seat to only the game against Missouri in Little Rock, with seats ranging from $40-$80 with a donation required for the majority of seats, other than the seats in the south endzone of War Memorial Stadium, which has about 25,000 less seats than Razorback Stadium.

For the 2019 season, Arkansas is also offering three mini plans. The most expensive option includes games against Auburn, Mississippi State, and one non-conference game of your choice; prices range from $123 to $720. There’s also a plan that includes one SEC game and two non-conference games, which prices ranging from $99 to $678. The three non-conference game plan ranges from $78 to $636. Single game tickets are also available for all home games via primary market partner Paciolan. Group ticket rates are also available, for orders with a minimum of 50 tickets.

The neutral-site Southwest Classic against Texas A&M at AT&T Stadium has face value tickets available from both schools as well as on the secondary ticket market.

On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on Arkansas football tickets for all sold out games on the 2019 schedule, in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all college football tickets, which means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like Stubhub or Vivid Seats, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to Stubhub and Vivid Seats.

How Much Are Arkansas Razorbacks Football Tickets

Primary market single game tickets are broken down into three tiers. For non-conference games, prices range from $35 in the upper deck to $250 for field level seats in the north endzone. The game against Mississippi State has higher prices, ranging from $55 to $300, and the game against Auburn is the priciest of all with seats going between $60 for upper level tickets and $300 for tickets in the North Outdoor Club premium. The cheapest club option for the Auburn game is the East Outdoor Club, with face value tickets there starting at $190. For fans looking to stay indoors, East Indoor Club seats start at $210.

For the 2019 Southwest Classic, fans looking to get tickets to the game have plenty of options. The cheapest tickets on the Arkansas side starting at $85 for seats in section 449. The most expensive tickets available directly from Arkansas are located in section 133 on the 40 yard line, with a face value of $125, and $100 donation, for a total of $225.  

On the secondary market Arkansas tickets at Razorback Stadium are averaging $134 per ticket for the 2019 season, which is good for the 25th most expensive college football team in the nation.  The most expensive game is against Auburn while the cheapest game is the final game of the season against Western Kentucky.

For more Arkansas football ticket information including game-by-game pricing visit the TicketIQ blog.