Sugar Bowl Tickets
Jan 1, 2016
2016 Sugar Bowl
Mercedes-Benz Superdome - New Orleans, LA
Sugar Bowl Ticket Information
Discover great deals on Sugar Bowl 2015 tickets with Vivid Seats and head down to the Bayou State for a weekend of football and fun! A dream trip to the Big Easy to see your school play in one of the biggest bowl games of the year awaits! Housed every season at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, the Sugar Bowl traditionally features top teams from the SEC and Big 12 during years in which it isn't serving as host for one of the College Football Playoff semifinal games. Fans in search of Sugar Bowl tickets need look no further than Vivid Seats. We have a stunning treasury of seats for this prime time collegiate clash. Planning on going to the game with a large group? Contact our service center to speak with group sales specialists who can compile a personalized allotment of Sugar Bowl tickets for you and your guests. Our customer service team can offer you insight into the ticket buying process in minutes. Give us a call at 1.866.848.8499 to receive more Sugar Bowl 2015 ticket information.
Sugar Bowl Biography
Inaugural Sugar Bowl: 1935
Location: New Orleans, LA
Venue: Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Multiple Appearances: Alabama, LSU
Sugar Bowl News
2015 Sugar Bowl: Alabama vs Ohio State (College Football Playoff Semifinal)
While the stakes are already high for this New Year’s Day contest featuring Alabama vs Ohio State at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, it’s also worth noting that the two college football giants have not met on the gridiron since 1995, so secure your Sugar Bowl tickets early for this highly anticipated showdown. Having previously been designated as a premier bowl for qualifying SEC teams, the Crimson Tide is certainly no stranger to the Sugar Bowl. However, the 2015 edition promises to be much different than in years’ past with the contest instead serving as a semifinal site for the inaugural College Football Playoff.
In a Sugar Bowl matchup not seen since 1978, SEC champion Alabama will battle Big Ten champion Ohio State for the right to advance to the first-ever College Football Championship game on Jan. 12 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Both the Crimson Tide and Buckeyes will be looking to get back on the winning track in the postseason, as each is coming off a bowl game loss a year ago. Each squad fell just once during the 2014 regular season and also was crowned champion after prevailing in its respective conference title game.