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Big Money For Title Game Premium Seats

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Premium tickets for the first college football title game under the new playoff system went on sale on Monday and they are not cheap. Per ESPN...
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Ticket and hospitality companies PrimeSport and Colonnade Group, two of the vendors chosen by the organizers of the College Football Playoff, posted identical prices on their websites Monday morning.

The cheapest premium seat available through either company for the 2015 title game, which will be played Jan. 12 in AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, is $1,899. The seat, in the corners of the top level of the stadium where the Cowboys play, comes with a three-hour pregame hospitality event, a full premium menu and top-shelf bar, and a $50 merchandise voucher.

The most expensive ticket is a seat in a suite located between the 20-yard lines, with hospitality, food, bar, gift bag and postgame field access, for $3,899 each. Options that include a three-night stay in a premium Dallas-area hotel drive the cost up to more than $5,000.

PrimeSport also notes that it has suites available, which range from 15 to 59 seats, for prices starting at $4,000 a seat.


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So who bought tickets today?
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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RandySavage - 17 months ago
Agree 100%. This is going to be a major issue/downfall of the playoff system the way it's set up.
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Chicken - 17 months ago
Not a fan of neutral site games where each team has less than 25% of the fans in the stadium. This game will price out a lot of fans and make it dull like the Super Bowl. Hopefully, the playoffs will one day feature at least one round of games at the higher seeded team's home stadium.
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