Tickets on sale for Ticketcity Bowl, Tech vs. Northwestern - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Tickets on sale for Ticketcity Bowl, Tech vs. Northwestern

By Tiffany Pelt - email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - It's not a complete surprise to most Texas Tech football fans but the Red Raiders will play in the Ticketcity Bowl, January 1st at the Cotton Bowl stadium in Dallas. Tech will take on the Northwestern Wildcats with kickoff at 11:00 AM central time. 

Sunday night tickets went on sale for $75, but Texas Tech only has 10,000 tickets and they expect them to sell out fast. Buying from Tech ensures you a seat with all the Red Raider fans in the north eastern section of the stadium. To check out seating (click here.)

Both upper and lower deck seats are available, but ticket holders won't know where they'll be sitting until Wednesday. That's when Tech will assign seats according to Red Raider Club Priority Points.

Parking passes are also on sale. It's $20 for regular vehicles, and $40 for RVs. Since the game is in Dallas there will be no travel packages, and a list of Fan Hotels is still being finalized.

If you want to gear up for the game, a few Texas Tech stores like Red Raider Outfitters will have official Ticketcity Bowl shirts in stores starting Tuesday, or you can order them online now by (clicking here.)

If you would like to purchase game tickets or parking passes through Texas Tech (click here.)

The game will broadcast on ESPN-U. 

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