> Beyond the combined total of 32,600 tickets allocated to the participating schools, the SEC distributes the remaining tickets for the game to the conference office, sponsors, suite holders, Falcons club-seat personal-seat-license holders and SEC Championship game renewable ticket holders. The SEC's waiting list for renewable tickets -- tickets that can be renewed for the championship game from season to season -- is closed for this year. As for Falcons PSL holders: According to the SEC's 10-year contract with Mercedes-Benz Stadium, 6,200 SEC Championship game tickets are made available each year for sale to select PSL holders – 1,000 lower-level club seats to "VVIP" PSL holders and 5,200 seats in unspecified locations to other club-seat PSL holders.
As with all major sporting events, many SEC Championship game tickets find their way to the secondary market for resale, with prices driven by supply and demand. Five days before last year's game between Georgia and Auburn, the "get-in price" (lowest available price) on the secondary market was $463, according to TicketIQ.
This season’s SEC Championship game will be a sellout for the 23rd consecutive year. Attendance for last year’s game was 76,534.