Auburn sells out tickets before its first home game for first time in school history

Auburn fans react at the end of a win over Alabama during the second half of an NCAA college football game in Auburn, Ala., Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013. Auburn beat Alabama 34-28. (AP Photo/Skip Martin)

Auburn fans react at the end of a win over Alabama during the second half of an NCAA college football game in Auburn, Ala., Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013. Auburn beat Alabama 34-28. (AP Photo/Skip Martin)

Were you planning to attend one of Auburn’s seven home football games this season?

Well if you don’t already have a ticket you may be out of luck.

The Auburn Athletics Department announced, that for the first time in school history, it has completely sold out all tickets for the home games at Jordan-Hare Stadium before the season opener.

Auburn made numerous improvements to the stadium experience this offseason, including a humongous new video board which is the largest in college football.

There is still a chance to get tickets directly from the athletics department if tickets allotted for away teams are returned to the school. Auburn is allowing fans to sign up on its website to be eligible to buy those tickets if they are returned. The secondary ticket market is always another option if you prefer.

Jordan-Hare Stadium is always a tough place to play and the stands being packed to capacity will certainly benefit the Tigers.


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