Florida-Alabama SEC Championship Game tickets still can be had. Here's what they'll cost you.

John Gallas
The Gainesville Sun

If you are thinking about hopping in the car and heading to Atlanta watch the No. 11 Florida Gators take on college football's top-ranked Alabama in the SEC Championship Game on Saturday night, but don't have any tickets, you're still in luck.

While the SEC is calling the game an official sellout, as of Saturday, game day, morning there were dozens of tickets still available all over Mercedes-Benz Stadium. There will be 16,500 socially distanced, mask-wearing fans allowed for the game that kicks off at 8 p.m. and in some sections, there are up to 10 tickets available from reselling sites, but they aren't cheap.

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While the Crimson Tide are eyeing the ultimate prize, the National Championship, and see playoffs in their future, the Gators suffered a damaging loss to LSU last week. But Florida, led by potential Heisman Trophy candidate Kyle Trask, still is in College Football Playoff contention with a win over Alabama. 

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What game tickets will cost 

If you want to snag something down low, say around that 50-yard-line sweet spot in the Club section, you'll be looking at prices of $600 and up. But if you can settle for sitting up high, you can get in for under $300 per ticket, as listed on Ticketmaster.

Other sites, like StubHub and Vivid Seats, have a variety of different deals, some prices lower in the nosebleeds, but well over $1,000 in the Club sections.

StubHub also has 10 tickets available in a sideline suite that'll set you back about $1,200.

But, hey, there's always the TV and plenty of streaming options.

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Game start: 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 19


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