Ticket Information for Purdue-Notre Dame Football Game in Indianapolis
The Boilermakers and Fighting Irish last met in Indianapolis for the Hoosier Dome dedication in 1984.

March 3, 2014

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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - In order to accommodate John Purdue Club members wishing to purchase tickets for the Purdue-Notre Dame football game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Sept. 13, each membership level will have an assigned week to purchase tickets.

The purchase dates are as follows:

Champion, Hall of Fame and Olympian members: March 13-19
All-American members: March 27-April 2
MVP and Captain members: April 10-16
First Team members: April 24-30

Purchase windows expire at 5 p.m. ET on the last day of the window.

Purchases may be made online at purduesports.com or by calling the Athletic Ticket Office at 800-49-SPORT. JPC members will receive an email with log-in information for the website approximately 48 hours before their designated purchase window opens.

Standard John Purdue Club football ticket purchase limits may be implemented at the end of a purchase window if demand exceeds supply, and ticket availability is not guaranteed for each purchase window.

Tickets will be allocated based on JPC priority points at the end of each purchase window.

Approximately 500 tickets will be reserved for Purdue students, with members of the Ross-Ade Brigade being afforded the first opportunity to purchase.

Should any tickets remain following the four purchase windows, they will be available to season-ticket holders who are not John Purdue Club members.

The game, which will kick off at 7:30 p.m., is a home contest for Notre Dame. Purdue has access to some 10,000 seats on the Boilermakers' side of the field throughout all levels of Lucas Oil, twice the normal visiting-school allotment. Tickets are priced at $195 (club), $125 (sideline/corner) and $80 (upper sideline), as determined by Notre Dame.



Purdue and Notre Dame last met in the capital city of Indiana on Sept. 8, 1984, for the dedication of the Hoosier Dome. Purdue upset eighth-ranked Notre Dame 23-21 in front of 60,672 fans.

Following the 2014 game, the Boilermakers and the Fighting Irish will next meet Sept. 19, 2020, at Purdue. The teams subsequently will play Sept. 18, 2021, at Notre Dame; Sept. 14, 2024, at Purdue; Sept. 13, 2025, at Notre Dame; and in 2026 on a date and at a neutral site location to be determined.


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