Nebraska Cornhuskers Ticket Broker
Buy Nebraska Football Tickets with the best Nebraska Football ticket source around. Here are just a few reasons to buy your Husker Tickets with Red Zone Tickets:
- We have NO HIDDEN SERVICE FEES for Nebraska Football tickets. The price you see is what you pay. No extra charges at checkout.
- We offer FREE FED EX Shipping when buying Nebraska Football tickets.
- Top Notch Customer Service
- Omaha's Choice Award Winner for the Best Ticket Brokerage
- Buying Husker Football tickets from Red Zone Tickets gives you the chance to be offered passes to an all inclusive VIP Cornhuskers tailgating experience.
- A+ BBB Rating
- We are located in Omaha and have a convenient pickup location in Lincoln for any last minute Husker Ticket purchases.
- We made the INC 5000 list in 2013 and 2014 as one of the fasest growing compaines in the US and one of the 15th fastest growing compaines in Nebraska.
All Husker Ticket Orders placed online after 5:00 PM the day before the game can be delivered in one of 2 ways:
1) Instant download. If you purchased a ticket group that has the green "e" by your listing those tickets are e tickets and can be instantly downloaded after purchase.
2) Pickup at our last minute pickup location in Lincoln by selecting "Local Pickup Near Venue".
Please leave a valid cell phone number on your order so we can call you and confirm your delivery option on game day.
When viewing Cornhuskers Ticket Inventory above, simply click "Tickets" next to the Husker game you want to attend. From there you will see an interactive seating chart that helps you find the Husker tickets you want. You can scroll our entire list of Nebraska Football Tickets on the left or you can use our interactive map on the right to choose from a variety of Husker tickets located in the sections you clicked on.
Please scroll our entire list of Nebraska Football tickets. Parking Passes and Category Seating are listed at the bottom of our Cornhuskers ticket page. Category Seats are guaranteed to come in pairs and be within the Sections/Areas you purchased. These listings may sometimes be a less expensive option to buy and should definitely be looked at when looking for Nebraska Football tickets.
We also buy Husker Tickets. Call our office at Toll Free at 1-866-200-9917 or locally at 402-991-8774 to get a Top Dollar quote on your Nebraska Football Tickets. We buy Husker tickets for the entire Cornhusker season or for individual games. We are also willing to sell your Nebraska Football tickets on consignment.
Nebraska Cornhuskers Ticket Advice: This section of our website will provide you with some advice and tips when buying Husker tickets. There are several limited view areas in Memorial Stadium. The East and West Stadium have the most notable limited view areas. The East Stadium is Sections 1-11. Sections 9-11 are Student Sections and Red Zone Tickets does not sell Nebraska Football Tickets in the Student Section. So you will only see Sections 1-8 listed on our official site. The West Stadium consists of Sections 21-31. Rows 40-47 in the East and West Stadium have limited view sections because of the pillars holding up the balcony. When buying Husker tickets make sure you are aware of this. The first 4 rows of the East and West stadium are Rows A-D. After row D there is a walkway. Then the rows of Nebraska's Memorial Stadium go from row 1-47. There is another walkway after Row 21 in the odd numbered sections of Memorial Stadium. These walk ways can create frustration for people sitting in row 1 and row 23 of the odd numbered sections ( Section 1,3,5,7,21,23,25,27,29, and 31) because fans will block your view when they walk by. When buynig Nebraska Football tickets in the East and West Stadium we recommend buying between rows 14 and 39. We would avoid row 23 in the odd numbered sections. Rows 4-13 are fine to sit in as well, but at Red Zone Tickets we prefer to sit a little higher up. Also keep in mind that Husker tickets located between Row A-D in the East and West stadium are so close to the field that it is hard to see the action. Some Cornhusker fans like these seats because you are so close to the team benches and you are so close to the action, but it is hard to see the game from these rows. Of course you can view the game on the big screen TV if you sit in these rows. The rows in the North and South stadium vary, but typically row 98 will be the last row of Memorial Stadium in the end zone. The rows vary in sections 101-111 of the East Balcony, but typically row 17 is the last row. The Club Level Sections of the West Stadium range from row 1-13 in most Club Sections. The Rows vary a little bit, but row 13 is the last row in most of the West Stadium Club Sections which include Sections 221-231.
The visitors section at Memorial Stadium consist of Section 19,20,21,40, and 41. Many times these sections are still filled with Husker fans. Not every seat in these sections is designated to visitors either. There are still Nebraska Football Season Tickets sold in some areas of these sections. Just be aware of this when buying your Nebraska Cornhusker tickets.
Nebraska Champions Club Passes: The Nebraska Cornhuskers Champions Club is a climate controlled buiding at 707 Stadium Drive which is about 50 feet from the west entrance to Memorial Stadium. Champions Club passes make a nice compliment to any Husker ticket purchase. The Nebraska Champions Club is one of the best tailgating facilities in the Nation. There are 406 parking stalls, catering, by Misty's, and 18 HDTV's so that you don't miss any football action. Champions Club Parking and Champions Club passes can be purchased at Red Zone Tickets. Champions Club passes do not admit you into the game. They only admit you to the tailgating facility. Alcohol and Misty's catered food are an additional cost at the venue. The only way to park inside the Champions Parking Lot is with a Champions Club Parking Pass. Each member in your card must have a Champions Club Pass to enter the Champions Club lot. The Champions Club Passes are sold seperately from the parking pass when purcnashing from Red Zone Tickets.
Nebraska Cornhuskers Parking Information: Red Zone Tickets is a great place to buy Nebraska Football Parking passes. We have a wide selection of Husker Parking passes available in the premium lots located near Memorial Stadium. Here are some things Husker Ticket and Parking pass buyers must keep in mind. You must arrive in Lot 6 at least 90 minutes prior to the game. And you can't leave Lot 6 until 45 minutes after the game. The band walks right through Lot 6 and cars can not be moving through the lot during these time frams because of this. When buying the Champions Club Parking Lot you must have a Champions Club Party Pass for each member in your car. Champions Club Passes are sold seperately and do not come with our Champions Club Parking passes. The Champions Club Lot and Lot 1 are the best Nebraska Cornhusker Parking options if you are sitting in the West Stadium. Lot 12 is your best Nebraska Cornhusker Parking option if you are sitting in the East stadium. These lots are also fantastic to park in if you are sitting in the North or South Endzone. Lot 8 is however located right outside the North Endzone and would be great if you are sitting in the North Endzone. Lot 8 is also very close to the West Stadium. Most of the outdoor parking lots have a fun tailgating atmosphere to them. Lot 9 is in a garage and most of the Lot 1 is in a garage as well. There is a surface Lot outside of Lot 1 but most of Lot 1 parking is in the garage.
When buying Nebraska Football tickets we recommend buying your tickets from a reliable and reputable source. Red Zone Tickets has an A+ Rating with the BBB, we are members of the National Association of Ticket Brokers, and we value our customers. We pride ourselves with being the best place to buy and sell Nebraska Football tickets.
The Nebraska Cornhuskers Today: Head Coach Mike Riley and the Huskers will look to build off the momentum gained from defeating UCLA 37-29 in the 2015 Foster Farms Bowl. Tommy Armstrong, Jordan Westerkamp and Terrell Newby are back to lead a potent offensive attack in 2016 with Nate Gerry anchoring the Blackshirt defense.
Nebraska holds the NCAA record for most consecutive sellouts with the last 340 (and counting) games being sold-out. The last time a football game at Memorial Stadium did not sell out was November 3, 1962 which makes tickets to Husker football games a rare commodity. However, Red Zone Tickets is able to provide you with tickets to any Huskers home or away game. You can shop with confidence as Red Zone Tickets won the 2016 Omaha's Choice Award for Best Ticket Brokerage Service.
Memorial Stadium is regarded as one of the premier college football stadiums in America. Over the years, millions of fans have made the pilgrimage to Lincoln and experienced firsthand that there truly is no place like Nebraska. Whether you prefer to tailgate in the parking lots or socialize downtown, the pregame atmosphere in Lincoln is second to none. Come and see for yourself what game day in Lincoln looks, smells and sounds like. The experience is second to none.
The Cornhuskers hold a special place in the history of college football as winners of the 1970, 1971, 1994, 1995 and 1997 National Championships. When legendary coach Tom Osborne led the Cornhuskers to three national titles in the mid-90's, Nebraska became the first program since Notre Dame (1946-1949) to win three national championships in four years. In 2016, the current Cornhuskers team will look to write their own page in the history books!
Do not miss out on the action. Get your Nebraska Football tickets from Red Zone Tickets today and see for yourself why Red Zone Tickets is the best place to buy and sell Husker Football Tickets.
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