Looking for tickets to the Georgia-Alabama national championship? Prices are dropping

McClain Baxley
Athens Banner-Herald
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Dec 31, 2021; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; The Georgia Bulldogs fans cheer as the Bulldogs enter the field before the College Football Playoff semifinal game against the Michigan Wolverines at Hard Rock Stadium. Rhona Wise-USA TODAY Sports

INDIANAPOLIS — To get into the national championship game between Alabama and Georgia on Monday, it might not cost an arm and a leg like it once did.

Ticket prices for the title game in Indianapolis are below $400, before fees, on some secondary ticket sale sites, as of Friday evening.

StubHub has a host of terrace-level tickets ranging from $353-$400. Tickets are available for as a low as $329 on Seat Geek and the cheapest tickets on Ticketmaster are listed at $425.

This is a significant drop than where ticket prices were eight days ago, according to TicketIQ, a service that tracks ticket-buying options and trends. On Dec. 29, the cheapest ticket to the national championship game was $1,294. After Georgia won the Orange Bowl, the cheapest ticket became $829.

These are all for seats furthest away from the action in Lucas Oil Stadium, all the way up in the 600 level. 

For those looking to get closer to the playing field, there are still plenty of tickets in the lower levels from $800 to $4,000 on StubHub.

Kickoff from Indianapolis between No. 1 Alabama and No. 3 Georgia is set for 8 p.m. ET Monday. 

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McClain Baxley is a recruiting reporter for the Athens Banner-Herald and the USA TODAY Network. Reach him by email at mbaxley@onlineathens.com or on Twitter at @mcclainbaxley.

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