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The Huskers’ Red-White Spring Game will be on Saturday, April 9th. Season ticket holders will be able to purchase their tickets on Tuesday at 10 A.M. The tickets will be open to the rest of the public on Wednesday at 10 A.M.

Tickets reserved ahead of time will be $10 a ticket while those who wait until game day will spend $20. Children 8th grade and under can get in for $1, but they’ll need to reserve their tickets ahead of time.

On January 31st the first tickets that can be purchased without a package, for the Aer Lingus Football Classic in Dublin, Ireland will be available. Tickets are $175, $250, and $340. The Huskers will be facing off against Northwestern in Dublin on August 27th.

If you want anymore information about purchasing tickets for either of these games you can look here:

Ticket Information for Spring Game & Aer Lingus Classic - University of Nebraska
Ticket information for 2022 Spring Game and 2022 Aer Lingus College Football Classic.

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