The Notre Dame Alumni Association Ticket Exchange offers two different ways to purchase tickets to home football games. Before making any transactions, please read the Notre Dame Alumni Association Football Ticket Exchange terms and conditions.
The Notre Dame Alumni Association holds a game day ticket sale for all Notre Dame home football games at the Joyce Center Gate 3 Box Office. The ticket sale opens at approximately 10 a.m., with priority given to alumni and current Notre Dame students throughout the course of the sale. The ticket sale ends at 3 p.m. (this includes night games) or when all tickets have been sold.
Tickets are sold at face value, which may vary from game to game. A per ticket service fee is also charged. You may purchase via cash or credit card. You must have a photo identification to purchase a ticket. Ticket supply and locations vary.
The Notre Dame Alumni Association provides alumni and friends the opportunity to purchase home football game tickets online using the myNotreDame ticket board. Tickets are sold at face value, plus a per ticket service fee. Ticket supply and locations vary.
Tickets are available on a first come, first served basis and purchase limits may apply. Purchased tickets can be picked up at the Notre Dame Alumni Association will call window in the Joyce Center on game day. Tickets will be held in the purchaser's name and will not be released to anyone but the purchaser. A valid picture ID is required to pick up tickets.
If you’ve read and agreed to the terms and conditions, access the myNotreDame ticket board to purchase tickets:
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