USC vs. Alabama tickets for the Sept. 3 match up between the two college football giants will go on sale for the general public on June 17.
With the offseason in full swing, its almost time to start counting down the days until USC vs. Alabama kick off the college football season at AT&T Stadium on September 3.
There are still a few months until the season begins, but the wait to secure a ticket to the big game is significantly shorter.
While some third party vendors like Vivid Seats are already listing tickets, tickets will officially go on sale for the battle between the Trojans and the Tide in June, on Ticketmaster.
Club Seat Holders at AT&T Stadium will get the first crack at presale tickets on Tuesday, June 14. Then presale for Reserved Seat Holders begins on Wednesday, June 15. The final presale is for Ticketmaster members on Thursday, June 16.
For the general public, ticket sales will begin on Friday, June 17 at 8:00 a.m. PST.
Tickets will range from $100 to $300 with a limit of eight tickets per customer.
USC will occupy the south corner of AT&T Stadium with the band taking up the corner of the endzone in sections 120 and 119. The Trojan student section will include sections 121 and 118.
That leaves sections C115-112, C214-211, C314-307 as Trojan sections in the $300 tier. The $200 tier of the USC section includes 221-215, 326-36, and 415-412. USC’s $100 tier covers sections 430-416.
USC vs. Alabama is the eighth annual rendition of the AdvoCare Classic, previously known as the Cowboys Classic.
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The Crimson Tide have played in the neutral site out of conference game twice before, dispatching No. 8 Michigan 41-14 in 2012 and No. 20 Wisconsin 35-17 in 2015. This will be USC’s first appearance.
The Trojans last played Alabama in the 1985 Aloha Bowl when the Tide prevailed 24-3.
USC famously routed Alabama in 1970 when Sam “Bam” Cunningham and the Trojans’ all-black backfield decimated the all-white Tide side in Birmingham, 42-21. That game is credited with helping to desegregate college football in the south.
Alabama holds a 5-2 advantage in the series overall. The defending national champions are 13-point favorites over the Trojans.