Syracuse, NY – Orange football fans can now purchase tickets to see Notre Dame play at the JMA Wireless Dome, but must be prepared to commit to more than one game.
SU announced Wednesday that tickets to see Syracuse and Notre Dame face off on Oct. 29 are available through a three-game ticketing plan. The package includes a ticket to the Orange game against the Fighting Irish, plus one for Louisville or Purdue and another for North Carolina State or Florida State.
Plans start at $100, which is the same starting price for subscription packages. Purchasing a season ticket is the only other option to access the Notre Dame game currently, as single game tickets are still not available.
Notre Dame is one of Syracuse’s most anticipated opponents this season. The Orange haven’t hosted the Fighting Irish since 2003, when Walter Reyes rushed for 189 yards and five touchdowns in a 38-12 win at the Carrier Dome.
Notre Dame defeated Syracuse 50-33 at MetLife Stadium in Dino Babers’ first year as a coach. The two teams met again in the New York area in 2018 at Yankee Stadium.
Syracuse has yet to face new Notre Dame coach Marcus Freeman, who was hired in 2021 after Brian Kelly left for LSU.
Single-game tickets for Syracuse’s other six home games this season went on sale June 22. A busy home schedule for the Orange includes games against ACC rivals Louisville, Virginia, NC State and Florida State. Syracuse will also host Purdue and Wagner as non-conference opponents.
All tickets, parking passes and seatbacks can be purchased by visiting Cuse.com/Tickets or calling 888-DOME-TIX.
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