Our ticket provider TiqIQ has been tracking the average price of a Boston College football home ticket throughout the season, and as you can see from the below graphic, the general trend line for Thursday night's home game against Florida State has mirrored this year's football season.
Of the two remaining home games, the Florida State game is actually cheaper on average than the home finale against N.C. State. Tickets for Thursday night's FSU game are averaging just $28 for a seat on the lower level in the corner of the end zone, and is down 33 percent week over week. In contrast, the N.C. State game is averaging a slightly higher $32 / game, up slightly (0.5%) from last week.
Looks like you can get FSU tickets in the upper end zones from $15-45. There are also 325 tickets available in the lower corner from $12-$59 and 320 tickets in the lower red zone from $25-$89.
Are you going to the game this Thursday night? Will Alumni Stadium be rocking despite the Eagles' poor 2-6 record?
Also, be sure to check out the BC Interruption ticket page for cheap basketball tickets for the upcoming season. Right now, tickets for the season opener against New Hampshire game are averaging just $9.60. The Eagles next two home games -- UMass ($21) and Penn State ($24) -- are also pretty affordable right now on the secondary market.
The most expensive ticket right now is the Eagles' January 7 road game against North Carolina at the Dean Dome, currently averaging $160 / ticket. This slightly edges out BC's trip to South Bend to take on the Irish, where ticket prices are currently averaging $155 a pop.