USC's Football Opener Versus Hawaii Is Sold Out|
Aug. 23, 2012
The No. 1-ranked USC football team's Sept. 1 season-opening game against Hawaii in the 93,607-seat Coliseum is sold out.
This is the third of USC's six home games of 2012 that has sold out, along with the Nov. 3 Oregon and Nov. 24 Notre Dame contests.
A limited quantity of tickets to USC's home games against California (Sept. 22), Colorado (Oct. 20) and Arizona State (Nov. 10) are available for purchase for $65 at GetTrojanTix.com.
A Two-Game Pack allows fans to buy tickets for two of those three games for just $100, a $30 savings. Season tickets for USC home games also are sold out, although USC students can still purchase student season tickets.
The only way to purchase tickets to USC's three sold out games (Hawaii, Oregon and Notre Dame) is through VIP Packages, of which a limited number remain for all home games. VIP packages, limited to two per customer, include two game tickets located between the 15- and 50-yard lines, two Cardinal and Gold party tickets and one parking pass. The cost is $550 for the Hawaii, California, Colorado and Arizona State games and $800 for the Oregon and Notre Dame games.
Fans may purchase individual tickets to sold out games from USC season ticket holders at www.stubhub.com.