Three Most Expensive College Football Tickets On Secondary Market Are SEC Affairs

Two days removed from this past weekend’s games, we dive into the secondary ticket market to take note of the three most expensive games from the upcoming college football schedule on tap for next week. This weekend, the SEC reigns supreme once again, holding all three spots on the list, according to information provided by

9/26/2015 | Texas A&M Aggies vs. Arkansas Razorbacks | AT&T Stadium | Average Price: $250.89 | Get-in Price: $85

Two programs that are trending in complete opposite directions square off at the home of the Dallas Cowboys, AT&T Stadium. With an average price of $250.89 and a get-in price of $85 for Texas A&M football tickets, the Southwest Classic is the most expensive game in college football this weekend. The Aggies had a strong victory to open the season against Arizona State, followed by two wins against easier opponents Ball State and Nevada.

On the other side of coin, Arkansas is in free fall after losing consecutive games to Toledo and Texas Tech. Head coach Bret Bielema has been in the headlines for the wrong reasons, mainly speaking about off-the-field topics that seem to bring no added benefit to the program.

Texas A&M continues their dark horse contender season with their first conference game of the campaign. Fans on either side can search through for flights to Dallas to experience a high-quality SEC matchup. Hotels near AT&T Stadium start from $73 for those close enough for the road trip.

9/26/2015 | Florida Gators vs. Tennessee Volunteers | Ben Hill Griffin Stadium | Average Price: $175.70 | Get-in Price: $78

The Gators had a quality road win against Kentucky this past weekend and will look for more of the same against the Tennessee Volunteers at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. The Volunteers, meanwhile, had a tough loss to Oklahoma in overtime two weekends ago but predictably responded against Western Carolina with a win at home. Florida will be the toughest defense the Volunteers have faced this season and have not given up more than 24 points in a game yet.

9/26/2015 | Auburn Tigers vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs | Jordan-Hare Stadium | Average Price: $151.71 | Get-in Price: $64

Both the Auburn Tigers and Mississippi State Bulldogs have something in common this season, and that’s losing to LSU. The LSU Tigers just trounced the Auburn Tigers last Saturday, winning 45-21 at home. The Bulldogs had their first loss of the season two Saturdays ago against LSU in a closer contest, losing 21-19. The Bulldogs are not out of the College Football Playoff conversation yet, and neither is the Tigers, but Auburn would have to put an incredible run of great football together after a decisive loss to LSU and barely escaping against Jacksonville State.

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