Here Are All The NCAA Bowl Games Where Veterans Can Score Free Tickets

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For 10 years Veteran Tickets Foundation (Vet Tix) has delivered over 5.8 million tickets to concerts, sports, the arts and family programming to over 1 million verified currently serving members of the military (including the Guard and Reserves) veterans of all eras, families of those killed-in-action and caretakers of VetTixers.


The most active season over those years is the NCAA College Football Bowl season. With over 4 dozen bowls around the country, tickets are in high demand and donors are very supportive of our military community. Vet Tix is very grateful to our donors and here is a list of NCAA Bowl games we currently have tickets for.

Below is a listing of NCAA Bowl’s Vet Tix still has tickets available to:

Dec 26 – Detroit, MI.- Quick Lane Bowl - Minnesota Golden Gophers vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.

Dec 26 – Phoenix, AZ.- Cheez-It Bowl-California Golden Bears v. TCU Horned Frogs.

Dec 26 – Dallas, TX.- Servpro First Responder Bowl – Boston College Eagles vs. Boise State Broncos

Dec 27 – Bronx, NY.- Pinstripe Bowl – Miami Hurricanes vs. Wisconsin Badgers

Dec 27 - Shreveport, LA. - Walk-On’s Independence Bowl – Temple Owls vs. Duke Blue Devils

Dec 28 - San Antonio, TX. - Valero Alamo Bowl – Iowa State Cyclones vs. Washington State Cougars

Dec 31 - Jacksonville, FL. - TaxSlayer Gator Bowl – Texas A&M; Aggies vs. N.C. State Wolfpack

Dec 31 - Santa Clara, CA. - Redbox Bowl Oregon Ducks vs. Michigan State Spartans

Dec 31 - San Diego, CA.- San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl-Northwestern Wildcats vs. Utah Utes

Jan 1 - Glendale, AZ. PlayStation Fiesta Bowl - LSU Tigers vs. UCF Knights

To become a VetTixer and to request tickets to these and hundreds of other events, which are free except for a very small delivery fee, visit VetTix.org to create a free account. Once you’ve created an account and we’ve verified your status as military or a veteran, you can review hundreds of upcoming events across the country.

Steven Weintraub is Chief Strategy Officer of the Veteran Tickets Foundation (Vet Tix) and a Colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. Vet Tix is ranked as the 2018 Top-rated Nonprofit in the United States by GreatNonprofits. Follow Steven Weintraub on Twitter @weintraub_sd

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