With college football season just getting started, some fans luck out and can snag seats pretty cheap. Ticket search engine SeatGeek breaks down which college programs charge the least for home games.
For the price of a 3D movie ticket, fans can take in a game at UB stadium to see some of the best that the Middle Atlantic Conference has to offer.
If you want a chance to observe a nationally-ranked team on the field, but don’t have to cash for big-stadium games, check out a Lobos game.
Residents in New Mexico really luck out with another team in the state with a great schedule and affordable seats. The Aggies host the likes of Utah State and University of Nevada.
The Ivy League school offers one of the most affordable live sporting events in New York City.
The University of Alabama and Auburn University aren’t the only schools with a strong football team in the “Yellowhammer State." Fans looking to see this 2010 New Orleans Bowl winner can snag tickets for under $30.
The Aztecs give fans the chance to cheer in a pro stadium for some great college football as the team is coming off one of its best seasons in school history.
One of the most prominent names in the history of college football, Yale offers fans a chance to see a great game in a stadium that was the precursor of many of today’s mega arenas.
Despite being less than 10 years old, the Panthers continue to grow in both success and attendance as the team looks to bring major college opponents into FIU Stadium.
The alma mater of football greats like Red Grange, Ray Nitschke and Dick Butkus gives fans the chance to see Big 10 football for a fraction of the cost of its conference rivals.
One of America’s finest institutions offers the chance to watch its football team play in its name-sake stadium without breaking the bank.
Not many college students are flush with cash, luckily for students at these schools, they can catch a football game pretty cheap.