Tickets to Georgia-Tennessee a hot commodity on secondary market


If you haven’t secured yourself a set of tickets for the Georgia-Tennessee game this Saturday, you’d better check the limit on your credit card.

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According to the latest data provided by, the Dawgs and Vols are drawing the second highest average price of any college football game this week, with an average ticket costing $141 per seat.

That’s only second to the Texas A&M-Arkansas game at AT&T Stadium, which have an average price of $180 per ticket. I’m guessing the Jerry Jones surcharge and pole-dancer fee is included in there somewhere.

The Georgia-Tennessee game also has the highest starting price of any ticket, at $98 per seat.

Of course you can always take the chance of trying to nab a ticket outside the stadium on game day, but then you’re never guaranteed to have a genuine ticket or a seat for that matter. If you aren’t a season ticket holder or didn’t get your tickets from the school, it’s always better to use a genuine secondary ticket broker who will guarantee the validity of your tickets.

Sanford Stadium is going to be packed, so if you want to get your tickets and get to a seat, its best to get busy now. And don’t forget, SEC Network’s pregame show ‘SEC Nation’ will be at Myers Quad starting at 10 am on Saturday, so come on out and make a big showing for the Bulldog Nation.