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Georgia vs Alabama Ticket Prices Rising Ahead of 2022 National Championship Game

David Kaestle
2022 CFP National Championship ticket prices.
2022 CFP National Championship ticket prices. / Kevin C. Cox/GettyImages
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On Monday night the No. 3 Georgia Bulldogs and the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide will face off in the College Football Playoff National Championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN.

As the biggest college football game of the season, tickets for this game are understandably quite expensive.

Georgia vs Alabama Ticket Prices 2022

According to StubHub, the cheapest ticket available is $395, and that's all the way up top of the end zone. That's up from $300 late last week. And while those tickets for a game of this magnitude are actually quite affordable, the upper end of the ticket range gets crazy.

National Championship Game Ticket Prices

As of Monday morning, there are field sideline tickets listed for over $14,000, and club tickets listed for over $10,000.

So while these aren't exactly Super Bowl prices, you will still be paying a massive amount to get into this game, especially if you're looking to have a great seat.

College Football Playoff Ticket Prices

Most of the tickets sold on StubHub are reportedly coming from the Atlanta area, which is understandable for a school that isn't always at the top of the National Championship conversation like Alabama is.

The Bulldogs head into Monday night's contest as 2.5-point favorites over the Crimson Tide, according to FanDuel Sportsbook's latest odds.


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