Looking for tickets to Saturday’s SEC Championship game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium?
The average asking price for tickets on the secondary market as of Monday afternoon was $689, with a “get-in” price of about $225 for the cheapest available ticket, according to data provided by TicketIQ founder Jesse Lawrence.
That makes the Georgia-LSU matchup the most expensive of this week’s conference championship games by far.
The Big Ten title game between Ohio State and Wisconsin is the next most expensive on the secondary market at an average list price of $233 and a get-in price of $77, according to TicketIQ, a ticket marketplace. The Big 12 game between Oklahoma and Baylor has an average price of $214 and a cheapest available ticket of $66; the ACC game between Clemson and Virginia has an average price of $161 and a cheapest of $61; the Pac-12 game between Utah and Oregon has an average of $125 and a cheapest of $47.
Although high, the current secondary-market prices for the SEC Championship game are lower than they were for the league’s 2017 and 2018 title games, Lawrence noted. The average resale price for tickets to last year’s game was $820, according to TicketIQ.
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