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Bowl Tickets | Buy Bowl Tickets
Vanderbilt is heading to the BBVA Compass Bowl on January 4 in Birmingham, Ala. The Commodores will meet Houston at noon CT at Legion Field. Be sure to visit Vanderbilt Bowl Central to purchase your tickets today and to stay updated on the latest news surrounding the game.
Tickets for the BBVA Compass Bowl are $55 including all fees. If you had a $10 bowl reservation deposit, it will be applied to your total ticket order. All tickets will be assigned by National Commodore Club Priority beginning no later than December 13.
Vanderbilt's tickets will be located in Sections 37-41 on the East side of Legion Field, on the same sideline as the Commodores. View Seating Chart.
Please note: If you are or have been a Vanderbilt season ticket holder, single game buyer or NCC donor, a Ticketmaster account is already associated with your name and email. Please DO NOT create a new account. Call the Vanderbilt Athletics Ticket Office at (615) 322-GOLD (4653) if you do not remember your account information.
Read Bowl Ticket FAQ
Learn everything you need to know about the ticket procedure by reading this FAQ.
Priority Points Awarded
To thank those who reserve their bowl game tickets through the Vanderbilt allotment, the National Commodore Club will apply one bonus priority point for each bowl ticket reserved by December 13 (up to four priority points) to the priority point ranking of active NCC members. The National Commodore Club priority system is used to provide a systematic and fair process to prioritize ticketing, seating, and parking requests from donors to Vanderbilt Athletics. To learn more about joining the NCC, please visit NationalCommodoreClub.com. The bonus priority points will be added after the bowl game.
Bowl tickets will be assigned in the following order:
1) National Commodore Club Priority Order (see chart)
2) Football season ticket holders who are not NCC members
3) Season ticket holders in other sports who are not NCC members
4) General Public
Single-Game Tickets | Purchase Single-Game Tickets
Single-game tickets for the Ole Miss game and Vanderbilt's three non-conference home games go on sale August 1. Single game tickets for the remaining SEC home games goes on sale September 1.
Tickets to the Ole Miss-Vanderbilt are $55. Prices for Vanderbilt's non-SEC games against Austin Peay on Sept. 7 and Wake Forest on Nov. 30 are $35 each, and $40 for the UAB contest on Sept. 28.
Single-game tickets for Missouri on (Oct. 5, $55 ea.), Georgia (Oct. 19, $60 ea.) and Kentucky (Nov. 16, $55 ea.) will not go on sale until Sept. 1.
Season Tickets | Purchase Season Tickets
Coming off of a historic nine-win season that saw the Commodores capture the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl, Vanderbilt Athletics has announced season ticket information for the 2013 home football season.
After hosting six games at Vanderbilt Stadium last season, the Commodores will play in front of their home fans seven times in 2013. The home schedule includes SEC rivals Ole Miss, Missouri, Georgia and Kentucky. Non-conference opponents visiting Vanderbilt Stadium include in-state opponent Austin Peay, UAB and ACC foe Wake Forest. The highly-anticipated season comes on the heels of a year in which Vanderbilt Stadium was sold out three times - the most in any season since 1996.
For the 2013 season, seating changes will take place in Vanderbilt Stadium to increase our priority seating options.
The National Commodore Club has experienced an overwhelming interest in tickets in its seating area for the past couple years. Due to the growing demand, and in an effort to continue to build the football program, the NCC has expanded the seat offerings on the home side of the field that require a donation, in addition to the cost of the season ticket. The donation level for current NCC seats will also increase.
NCC seats include rows 1-39 in sections B-F and The Bridge. These areas require a per-seat donation, in addition to the $315 season ticket. Through your tax-deductible donation to the NCC, you become an NCC member and help directly support our student-athletes. NCC members receive benefits based on their giving levels, such as a season parking pass and bowl game ticket priority. A tax-deductible NCC donation covers ticket and parking benefits across all Vanderbilt sports.
A breakdown of the specific seat donation requirements can be found in the chart below:
Fans will still have plenty of options for seats outside the NCC seating area. Standard sideline season tickets are $315 for the seven-game home schedule. Additionally, fans can purchase tickets in the south end zone for just $160, which is less than $23 per game.
At the north end of the stadium, fans can purchase a season ticket on the grass hill for only $145. On the hill, blankets are welcome and the grass offers the ideal spot for young children to run around.
The ever-popular Family Plan is back for the 2013 season. The Family Plan includes two adult season tickets and two youth season tickets in the south end zone for just $455, which amounts to just $16 per ticket per game.
"We are excited to continue to offer the best ticket value in the SEC," Director of Sales and Marketing Steve Walsh said. "Between the north and south end zone offerings and the Family Plan, we feel that we are the best sports value in Middle Tennessee and across the state."
To order tickets for the 2013 Commodore football season, contact the Vanderbilt Ticket Office at 615-322-GOLD (4653) or online at VUcommodores.com.
For more information on seating changes for the 2013 season, CLICK HERE.
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Ticket Allocation Process