The 2011 LSU vs Alabama had the record of most expensive regular season college football ticket ever. Until now. This weekend's Texas A&M vs. Alabama tickets are selling for an average of $763 on the secondary market, making it the most expesive according to Forbes. That's $50 more than the Tigers/Bama game.
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Final StubHub numbers for A&M/Bama: 5,500 tickets sold, median price of $550 a ticket. Most expensive tickets sold on StubHub for A&M/Bama: 4 club seats sold for $5,000 each.
Reply37 months
Luckily I have a ticket but just talked to an old school friend and he is leaving today and taking 2K with him. Said he will pay 1000 per ticket. We only got 6K tickets but we have about 20K that are supposed to be in college station area. Just want to be a part of the scene I guess. Will get big time coverage tomorrow from ESPN as gameday airs up. This may be the biggest non-longhorn game college station has ever seen. I would go ahead and say that.
Reply38 months
"Nobody is buying this ticket for $763.11"

Actually yeah they are. The guys that sit next to me at games sold their 4 tickets for $3250
Reply38 months
it will keep the trashy gumps out!!!
Reply38 months
until nov
Reply38 months
It's not going to be nearly as good of a game that it's being hyped up to be. LSU vs Bama was everything it was supposed to be OT grinding back and forth game. Bama is going to beat AM. Saban is going to let Manziel do what he did last year.
Reply38 months
Misleading title. Nobody is buying this ticket for $763. The average listing is $763.

per ?@darrenrovell Texas A&M-Bama tickets are NOT selling for an average of $763 apiece. They are LISTED at an average of $763. Big difference.

StubHub has sold more than 5,100 tickets to the game at an average price of $639. That price is in the range paid for the so-called "Game of the Century" between No. 1 LSU and No. 2 Alabama in November 2011
Reply38 months
Until next year....
Reply38 months
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