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College Football Conference Championship tickets have dropped in every Title Game since our last blog post on the subject (College Football – Conference Championship Games, Rivalry Week) mid-month.
ACC Championship tickets have dropped 56 percent ($48 per ticket), the greatest decrease of any Conference Championship. To note, we did not begin tracking prices for the Pac-12 Conference Championship until last Friday. At the time we started tracking prices for the ACC Championship, five teams in the conference were vying for two spots in the Title Game – Miami, Georgia Tech, Duke, Florida State and Clemson.
Big Ten Championship tickets have dropped steadily in the past two weeks. Since Friday (prior to Nebraska clinching a spot in the Title Game later that evening), prices have remained constant, averaging $93.
SEC Championship tickets peaked at the beginning of last week, and then began to fall by Friday. Interestingly, Alabama had not clinched a spot in the game until Saturday. Since Saturday, average ticket prices on Razorgator continue to decrease. However, all things considered, the average ticket for the SEC Championship has only dropped 6 percent since 12 days ago (relatively stable). Yesterday, the SEC Championship game ranked No. 1 in our Top 10 Events of the Week. At that time, the cheapest SEC Championship tickets averaged 4-times higher than the cheapest Pac 12 Championship tickets and over 11-times higher than the cheapest Big 10 Championship tickets.
College Football Conference Championship Tickets – Average Price
∆ (11/15 – 11/27)
|Big Ten Championship||$130||$112||$93||$93||-28.46%|
|Pac 12 Championship||N/A||N/A||$116||$107||N/A|