Auburn Tigers Football Tickets

Auburn Tigers Football Tickets

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The Auburn Tigers have been one of the most prominent teams in the SEC and all of college football for decades. Currently led by Head Coach Gus Malzahn, the Tigers have had decent seasons but haven’t been the powerhouse like they usually have been. In the tough SEC, winning is a must and the Auburn Tigers are looking to improve on their 7-6 record in 2015 and trying to once again become one of the best teams in all of college football.

As many college football programs, Auburn got its start in the early 1890’s but didn’t have a solidified head coach until the 1900’s. Auburn’s first prominent head coach was Mike Donahue who coached form 1904-1922. Donahue led Auburn to its first National Championship, 3 SIAA Championships, and 3 undefeated seasons before going to coach at LSU. After Donahue, Auburn saw multiple coaching changes from 1923-1951. Auburn remained a competitive program but inconsistency in coaching. The coaches for the Auburn Tigers from 1923-1951 were: Boozer Pitts, Dave Morey, George Bohler, Chet Wynne, Jack Meagher, Carl Voyles, and Earl Brown. Ralph “Shug” Jordan was Auburn’s next head coaching hire and he coached from 1951-1975. Over Jordan’s career, he led Auburn to its first official consensus National Championship in 1957 after going undefeated. Jordan also led the Tigers to 7 consecutive bowl appearances and retired with a 176-83 record. Jordan holds the record for most wins by any head coach that still stands today. When Jordan retired, Auburn saw a short coaching stint from Doug Barfield who coached from 1976-1980 before hiring Auburn great Pat Dye. In 1992, Dye would lead the Tigers to its first bowl game in 8 seasons and that would begin a streak of nine consecutive bowl game appearances. Pat Dye also coached the team that snapped Auburn’s 9 game loss streak to the University of Alabama in 1982. Pat Dye coached Auburn to 4 SEC Championships and a 99-39 record overall at the end of his career. In 2005, Auburn named the field in Jordan-Hare Stadium, Pat Dye Field in honor of the Dye and his coaching tenure. Terry Bowden, son of legendary coach Bobby Bowden, was the next Auburn hire after Dye. Bowden saw success in his first year in 1993 and went undefeated but couldn’t participate in a bowl game because of a postseason ban. Bowden saw a lot of success until his last year in 1998. Bowden started off 1-5 and faced a lot of criticism for player discipline, recruiting mistakes, and misconduct; Bowden resigned in 1998.

In 1999, Auburn hired former Ole Miss coach Tommy Tuberville to be the next head coach which did not begin as well as they though as Tuberville went 5-6 in his first year. But Tuberville and the Tigers would quickly turn things around as they got to the SEC Championship game in 2000. Tuberville had a lot of success early in his career at Auburn going undefeated in 2004. Tuberville would finish his time at Auburn with an 85-40 record, 8 consecutive bowl appearances, and one SEC championship. Tuberville resigned after a mediocre 2008 year. In 2009, Auburn hired coach Gene Chizik who would have a lot of early success at Auburn. Chizik would finish 7-5 in his first season but would follow that with a National Championship in 2010. Chizik would have a decent season following his National Championship win and Auburn went 8-5 in 2011. But 2012 saw the worst Auburn record in 60 years as they went 3-9. Chizik went 33-19 in his career and was fired in 2012. In 2013, Auburn hired current coach Gus Malzahn who has had success in his short career at Auburn. Malzahn led Auburn to the National Championship in 2013 but fell short to Florida State in the closing moments of the game. Malzahn has had modest seasons beyond 2013 going 8-5 and 7-6. Malzahn has an overall record of 27-13 so far at Auburn and he looks to turn it up in 2016 and get Auburn back into the race for the National Championship.

The rich football history that Auburn has had features some of the best players to ever play college football and also includes 3 Heisman winners. The three Heisman Trophy winners for Auburn are: Pat Sullivan (1971), Bo Jackson (1985), and Cam Newton (2010). The talented players from Auburn don’t stop there as they have always featured elite college football talent. Other talented players that have played for Auburn include: Kevin Greene, Zeke Smith, Nick Fairley, Takeo Spikes, Carlos Rogers, Dee Ford, and many more.

Auburn has had the nation's attention for years but just hasn’t come through when they need to the past few seasons. Will 2016 be the year that Auburn goes over the top and gets back in the race for the National Championship. Led by coach Malzahn, Auburn believes that it has a great shot at getting another National Championship in 2016.


The Auburn Tigers have one of the most historic and exciting college football atmospheres in all of college football. Auburn fans flock to Jordan-Hare Stadium every game day to cheer on the Tigers to victory. These tickets to Auburn Tigers games can be very expensive and hard to come by. Make sure to check out Rukkus for the best prices on Auburn Tigers Football tickets today.

Auburn Tigers Football Lineup

  • Montravius Adams
  • D'haquille Williams
  • Jonathan Jones
  • Quan Bray
  • Ricardo Louis
  • Jeremy Johnson
  • Jonathon Mincy
  • Cassanova McKinzy
  • Tony Stevens
  • Roc Thomas
  • LaDarius Owens
  • Stanton Truitt
  • Markell Boston
  • Brandon Fulse
  • Jonathan Wallace
  • Mack VanGorder
  • Sean White
  • Nick Marshall
  • Stephen Roberts
  • Joshua Holsey
  • JaViere Mitchell
  • Tucker Tuberville
  • Ben Durand
  • Kris Frost
  • Sammie Coates
  • Nick Ruffin
  • Corey Grant
  • Mackenro Alexander
  • Johnathan Ford
  • Derrick Moncrief
  • Peyton Barber
  • Trovon Reed
  • Justin Garrett
  • Logan Rice
  • Robenson Therezie
  • T.J. Davis
  • Brandon King
  • Tyler Stovall
  • Damian Lewis
  • Tre' Williams
  • Jakell Mitchell
  • Mark White
  • Jimmy Hutchinson
  • Kenny Flowers
  • B.J. Trimble
  • Joe Turner
  • Jermaine Whitehead
  • Kamryn Pettway
  • Michael Sherwood
  • Kamryn Melton
  • Hunter Wood
  • Daniel Carlson
  • Alex Kviklys
  • Tray Matthews
  • Gage Batten
  • Daniel Pond
  • Kalvaraz Bessent
  • Blake Chapman
  • Gimel President
  • Keenan Sweeney
  • Spencer Smith
  • Anthony Swain
  • Cameron Artis-Payne
  • Keymiya Harrell
  • Andrew Williams
  • Chris Laye
  • Lawyer Tillman
  • Cameron Toney
  • Forrest Hill
  • Kyle Sitzler
  • Niko Anthony
  • Patrick Young
  • Ben Bradley
  • Reese Dismukes
  • Patrick Miller
  • Xavier Dampeer
  • Devonte Danzey
  • Jeffrey Whitaker
  • Carl Lawson
  • Avery Young
  • Deshaun Davis
  • Josh Shockley
  • Zach Wade
  • Raashed Kennion
  • Alec Brown
  • Greg Hall
  • Michael Sulka
  • Chad Slade
  • Alex Kozan
  • Duncan McKinney
  • Hunter Knight
  • Chase Robison
  • Kyle Bolstad
  • Ike Powell
  • Robert Leff
  • Braden Smith
  • Shon Coleman
  • Austin Golson
  • Will Adams
  • Deon Mix
  • Jordan Diamond
  • Joshua Thompson
  • Andrew Williams
  • Marcus Davis
  • C.J. Uzomah
  • Melvin Ray
  • Michael Clifton
  • Dominic Walker
  • Myron Burton Jr.
  • Wirth Campbell
  • Matthew Shiel
  • DaVonte Lambert
  • Gray King
  • Jaylon Denson
  • Gabe Wright
  • Jarrod Fuqua
  • Justin Thornton
  • JaBrian Niles
  • Devaroe Lawrence
  • Dontavius Russell
  • Aaron Garrison
  • Elijah Daniel
  • Angelo Blackson
  • Brian Walsh

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Cheap Auburn Tigers Football Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 Auburn Tigers at South Carolina Gamecocks Baseball — 05/01/2015
Carolina Stadium; Columbia, SC
$1.00 Auburn Tigers at Florida Gators Basketball — 01/15/2015
Stephen OConnell Center; Gainesville, FL
$2.00 Auburn Tigers at LSU Tigers Basketball — 02/05/2015
Pete Maravich Assembly Center; Baton Rouge, LA
$3.00 Winthrop Eagles at Auburn Tigers Basketball — 12/17/2014
Auburn Arena; Auburn, AL
$3.00 Georgia Bulldogs at Missouri Tigers Basketball — 01/20/2016
Mizzou Arena; Columbia, MO
$3.00 Texas Southern Tigers at Auburn Tigers Basketball — 12/23/2014
Auburn Arena; Auburn, AL
$4.00 Auburn Tigers at Colorado Buffaloes Basketball — 11/17/2014
Coors Events Center; Boulder, CO
$4.00 Auburn Tigers at Missouri Tigers Basketball — 03/03/2015
Mizzou Arena; Columbia, MO
$4.00 Auburn Tigers at Texas A&M Aggies Basketball — 02/28/2015
Reed Arena; College Station, TX
$4.00 Auburn Tigers at Vanderbilt Commodores Basketball — 01/12/2016
Memorial Gym; Nashville, TN

Best and Most Expensive Auburn Tigers Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$246.00Auburn Tigers at Alabama Crimson Tide Football — 11/24/2018
Bryant Denny Stadium; Tuscaloosa, AL
$242.00Georgia Bulldogs at Auburn Tigers Football — 11/11/2017
Jordan Hare Stadium; Auburn, AL
$228.00Alabama Crimson Tide at Auburn Tigers Football — 11/25/2017
Jordan Hare Stadium; Auburn, AL
$214.00Auburn Tigers at Georgia Bulldogs Football — 11/10/2018
Sanford Stadium; Athens, GA
$161.00Tennessee Volunteers at Auburn Tigers Football — 10/13/2018
Jordan Hare Stadium; Auburn, AL
$152.00LSU Tigers at Auburn Tigers Football — 09/15/2018
Jordan Hare Stadium; Auburn, AL
$145.00LSU Tigers at Auburn Tigers Football — 10/04/2014
Jordan Hare Stadium; Auburn, AL
$137.00Auburn Tigers at Georgia Bulldogs Football — 11/15/2014
Sanford Stadium; Athens, GA
$137.00Texas A&M Aggies at Auburn Tigers Football — 11/08/2014
Jordan Hare Stadium; Auburn, AL
$135.00Auburn Tigers at Clemson Tigers Football — 09/09/2017
Clemson Memorial Stadium; Clemson, SC