Watching the best college football teams in America play doesn’t always have to be expensive. The Ohio State Buckeyes are coming off of an 11-2 season where they lost in the CFP semifinals (they were the second-best team in the country last season), and they are ranked No. 3 in the NCAA Preseason Top 25. They also have just six home games in 2023 – a low number for a powerhouse team – and as a result, you would expect ticket prices to be wildly expensive.
That is just not the case.
This year, cheap tickets through Immortal Seats to see the Buckeyes at Ohio Stadium start at just $55 for their second home game of the season against Western Kentucky. Even tickets for conference games are inexpensive, with Maryland ($110) and Minnesota ($75) being Big Ten contests at low prices. The only home game the Buckeyes play this season where there is a heavy price tag is their October 21 clash with Penn State ($250), but even that feels like value as preseason No. 3 takes on preseason No. 5 in a clash that could decide the fate of the B10 East.