Forbes has crowned the Georgia vs. Notre Dame ticket the most expensive of 2019 football season. Per Forbes...
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Although Notre Dame’s Sept. 21 visit to Georgia is still four months away, the game is already shaping up as an all-timer from a demand standpoint. No game on the 2019 college football schedule is fetching a higher ticket price on the secondary market than the Fighting Irish’s first-ever trip to Sanford Stadium.

The cheapest seats available on VividSeats.com on Tuesday evening ran a cool $407, and that was to sit in the 600 level in the upper reaches of the 92,746-seat stadium. That asking price was $130 more than that for the next-closest game – the cheapest seats for Alabama at Auburn were $277 – and yet some sellers are asking far more for their tickets to see the Bulldogs host the Golden Domers. Of the 273 individual seats or sets of tickets for sale on Vivid Seats’ site Tuesday, 115 sellers (or 42%) were asking for $1,000 or more per seat.
(The Spun)
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A lot of tickets aren't even in hand yet since they haven't been issued, so people are just pre-selling their season tickets right now. "Of the 273 individual seats" proves this. This is a stupid statistic. The price will go down substantially once ticket holders have tickets in hand.
Reply2 months
Jelly?
2 months
I think he's just jam.
2 months
This is just a lie to convince me to drop a bunch of money on UT-LSU.
Reply2 months
every season idiots use ticket prices 38 months away before most tickets are even available. come game week they will not be that much
Reply2 months
They must have failed to check that LSU Texas game!
Reply2 months
I think that prediction is a bit of a stumble BobaBooey
Reply2 months
With the low expectations UGA fans must have by now, perhaps you are correct.
2 months
So the Stern quote went over your head? BobaBooey?
2 months
Win or lose, both teams will disappoint in the postseason.
Reply2 months
UGA wins by 24
Reply2 months
Premature e-calculation
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Bloodbath
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