Here’s the latest on SEC Championship game ticket prices

Georgia and LSU have met in the SEC Championship game three times, the first matchup in 2003 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.

Looking for last-minute tickets to the SEC Championship game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium? Prices for the Georgia-LSU matchup have increased on various secondary ticket marketplaces in recent days.

The lowest available price – referred to in the industry as the “get-in” price -- was $252 (with no added fees) as of Friday, according to ticket reseller TickPick. That is up from $231 on Thursday and $219 on Monday and is by far the highest for any of this weekend’s conference championship games around the country.

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TickPick said its get-in prices for other “Power 5” championship games as of Friday were: $54 for the ACC game, $51 for the Big Ten game, $48 for the Big 12 game and $33 for the Pac-12 game.

Another secondary ticket marketplace, TicketIQ, said its lowest available price for the SEC Championship game as of Friday was $246 (before fees), up 9% this week.

The average list price for all tickets to the SEC game on TicketIQ has increased 3% this week to $710, the company said. Even so, that is lower than for the past two SEC Championship games, down from an average of $820 for last year’s game between Georgia and Alabama.

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