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Get your College Football Playoffs tickets to see one of the biggest events in American football! The College Football Playoffs is a four-team tournament that was created in 2014 to determine a true national champion for the NCAA Division I FBS season. The CFP is made up of two semifinal games that are rotated every three years between the New Year’s Six bowl games. This three-year rotation pairs up the Rose Bowl with the Sugar Bowl, the Orange Bowl with the Cotton Bowl, and the Peach Bowl with the Fiesta Bowl as the semifinal games. The four teams that make the playoffs are chosen and seeded by a 13-member committee with a successful national ranking, regular season play and conference alignment being determining factors for who makes the cut.

Since the inception of the College Football Playoffs, the Clemson Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide have been absolutely dominant with the most playoff wins and appearances. Many of the games have been closely contested affairs with national powerhouse teams competing to qualify for the College Football Championship Game. The teams that qualify for the CFP usually come out of the Power Five conferences made up of the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC. As the official ticket resale marketplace of ESPN Events, TicketSmarter offers a wide variety of College Football Playoffs tickets in addition to other postseason NCAA bowl games.

College Football Playoff Ticket Prices

As one of the major events on the NCAA college football calendar, CFP ticket prices to the College Football Playoffs are always in high demand. Fans of the teams in the playoffs as well as college football fans located near the bowl games will all be buying CFP tickets. There are several factors that will affect the College Football Playoff ticket prices in the lead up to the games. The location of current bowl games in the playoff rotation, seating capacity, the teams playing and the seating location will be the main variables that can alter the CFP ticket prices.

How much are College Football Playoffs tickets?

College Football Playoff ticket prices can usually be found at a starting price between $100 and $170 depending on the bowl game in the rotation and the teams playing. The average price for a CFP ticket is usually in a range of $300 to $600. The most expensive seating options will be on the 50-yard line close to the field. The cheapest option will be seated in an upper level in a corner or behind one of the end zones.

College Football Playoffs Schedule

The College Football Playoffs use the New Year’s Six bowl games on a three-year rotation to create their semifinal matchups. The games will take place on or around New Year’s Day depending on the scheduling of other bowl games. The two semifinal games will take place on the same day with one game held in the afternoon and the other held in the evening. These bowl games will take place after a grueling regular season and the conference championships.

CFP Games & Dates

When do College Football Playoffs tickets go on sale?

CFP tickets become available online in the summer months. As the NCAA college football season draws closer, more tickets will become available. When the selection process is complete, the NCAA will release more tickets for the fans of each team, which will be the prime time to find and purchase tickets at TicketSmarter.

College Football Playoffs Seating Chart

The College Football Playoffs take place at six legendary college football stadiums. The stadiums are paired with their respective bowl games with two of the six used each year on a three-year rotational basis. The pairings include the Rose Bowl Stadium with Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Hard Rock Stadium with AT&T Stadium, and Mercedes-Benz Stadium with State Farm Stadium. TicketSmarter has interactive College Football Playoffs seating charts for each bowl game stadium on the schedule.

Rose Bowl Stadium Seating Chart

TicketSmarter is the official ticket resale marketplace of the Rose Bowl Stadium and offers premium ticket options for every event on their schedule. The stadium's total seating capacity is 92,542 with additional standing room sections available. The Rose Bowl Stadium seating chart is made up of a single-level of seats with many rows that form a large bowl around the field.

Mercedes-Benz Superdome Seating Chart

The Mercedes-Benz Superdome is the home of the Sugar Bowl and the New Orleans Saints of the NFL. The Superdome can accommodate seating for 73,208 football fans with an expandable capacity of 76,468. The Mercedes-Benz Superdome seating chart features six levels of seating with many VIP, club level and suite options available.

Hard Rock Stadium Seating Chart

Hard Rock Stadium first hosted the Orange Bowl from 1996 to 1998 and then became the full-time home of the game starting in 2000. In its current configuration, the stadium can hold a seating capacity of 64,767 fans. The Hard Rock Stadium seating chart has a diamond shape with three levels of seating along with special seating areas such as The 72 Club and The Nine.

AT&T Stadium Seating Chart

AT&T Stadium became the home of the Cotton Bowl game in 2010. AT&T Stadium is a dome, which has a total of 80,000 seats but can accommodate crowds of over 100,000 with standing room areas. The AT&T Stadium seating chart has four levels of seating including club hall of fame sections and upper-level standing room party passes at each end of the stadium behind the end zones.

Mercedes-Benz Stadium Seating Chart

Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta has served as the home of the Peach Bowl since 2017. It has a total seating capacity of 71,000, but can be expanded to 75,000 for big games. The Mercedes-Benz Stadium seating chart has three levels of seating, with the lower level forming a bowl around the field and the middle-tier and upper-level forming a horseshoe with one end open.

State Farm Stadium Seating Chart

State Farm Stadium became the home of the Fiesta Bowl in 2007. The stadium has a seating capacity of 63,400, which is expandable to 72,200. Additional standing room is also available that will increase the total capacity to 78,600 for major games. The State Farm Stadium seating chart features four tiers of seating with various club levels and VIP options available.

Safe and Secure College Football Playoffs Ticket Purchasing

TicketSmarter is the official ESPN Events ticket resale marketplace and offers college football fans a safe and secure web platform for buying College Football Playoffs tickets. Fans will enjoy an easy and worry-free virtual CFP ticket office experience while searching for NCAA college football tickets. We also protect your personal information during online ticket transactions by using the highest security standards in the ticketing industry. Get your tickets ahead of time at TicketSmarter and skip the box office lines on game day!

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