Oregon Fans Enjoying a 35 point lead at Halftime. Oregon vs Nicholls Photo: Justin Phillips/KPNW Sports

2014 Oregon Football Games Offering Most Bang for Your Buck


The 2014 College Football season begins in less than two months and the Oregon Ducks are again one of the hottest tickets in the country. Fall Camp for Head Coach Mark Helfrich’s team begins on August 4th as Quarterback Marcus Mariota and Cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu will look to lead Oregon through the Pac-12 Conference and into the first year of the College Football Playoff. If you are looking to attend a game this year and you are not a season ticket holder you may be in luck and find a game in your price range. Currently Stubhub is showing several games at pretty good prices to see what will likely be one of the top teams in the country.

Your best bet is to watch an early season non-conference tuneup with South Dakota. Tickets vs the Coyotes are around $26 each. If you want to wait until Pac-12 Season the price is a little higher for Colorado who comes to Autzen Stadium on November 22nd, which will set you back about $40. Of course the more high profile games are more expensive, and now is a good time to snatch those up as on Stubhub and other similar sites on the internet will have prices going higher throughout the season.

The two big games at Autzen Stadium this season against Michigan State and Pac-12 Conference foe Stanford are priced over $100 per ticket, at $115 and $107 respectively. Of course the Oregon Ducks will also play some key Pac-12 games on the road and if your heading to either California or Corvallis the tickets will be not only popular but priced high to see Quarterback Brett Hundley and UCLA on Saturday, October 11th, currently at $72.40 and the Civil War with Oregon State hits Corvallis this year. Right now the impact on your pocket book is high at over $122 per ticket

The Oregon Ducks kick off the 2014 season on Saturday, August 30th hosting South Dakota at Autzen Stadium. Kickoff is set for 7:30pm PT on Pac-12 Networks.

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