Public sale of Notre Dame football single-game tickets starts Thursday night
The public sale of single-game tickets for Notre Dame football’s home slate this season will begin Thursday at 6 p.m. EDT exclusively online at UND.com/BuyTickets.
The sale will include tickets to all six Notre Dame home games plus the Shamrock Series game at Yankee Stadium in November.
Starting at 8:30 a.m. EDT Friday, tickets can also be purchased in person at the Murnane Family Ticket Office and by phone (833-ND-IRISH) in addition to online.
Notre Dame has yet to announce any sellouts for its home games this season. When single-game tickets were released last season, tickets to the Georgia game were unavailable. All seven home games last season were eventually deemed sellouts to extend Notre Dame Stadium’s sellout streak to 262.
The season opener against Michigan will likely have the fewest amount of tickets available Thursday night. If single-game tickets are not available, a limited amount may still be attained as part of season tickets packages (call 833-ND-IRISH or visit UND.com/FootballTickets) or Shamrock Village hospitality packages (UND.com/hospitality).
Ticket prices in Notre Dame Stadium remain at the same levels of last season’s new tiered structure. The home games against Michigan (Sept. 1) and Florida State (Nov. 10) are priced at the highest tier ranging from $95 to $250. The cost for Stanford (Sept. 29) and Pitt (Oct. 13) range from $65 to $160. Home games against Ball State (Sept. 8) and Vanderbilt (Sept. 15) are the cheapest at $45-$145.
If purchasing tickets on the secondary market, Notre Dame encourages fans to use the Notre Dame Ticket Exchange (TicketExchange.UND.com), where it has partnered with Vivid Seats to prevent fraudulent sales.