Breaking Down Georgia Football Tickets For Final Three Games On 2018 Schedule

Breaking Down Georgia Football Tickets For Final Three Games On 2018 Schedule

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Breaking Down Georgia Football Tickets For Final Three Games On 2018 Schedule


No. 5 Georgia has already secured its spot in the SEC championship game where it will play No. 1 Alabama. With three consecutive home games on the slate to finish the season, the Bulldogs’ goal will be to stay healthy and prepare for the chance to unseat Alabama. Georgia enters this weekend on a two-game win streak – its only loss of the season was on October 13 to LSU in Baton Rouge.

Georgia (6-1) leads the SEC East and has the second-best record in the conference behind Alabama (6-0). The Bulldogs have only one SEC game left to play, this weekend’s meeting with Auburn, which a currently third in the SEC West.

Average asking prices on the secondary market for all three of Georgia’s remaining games are above $200, and Saturday’s Auburn game, trending at $384, is the priciest, according to secondary ticket marketplace TicketIQ.com.

Below is a look at Georgia’s three remaining games:

Auburn at Georgia

  • When: November 10 at 1 p.m.
  • Average asking price: $384
  • Get-in price: $149

No. 24 Auburn hasn’t won at Georgia since 2005, and if the Bulldogs have their way, nothing will change on Saturday. Auburn has lost five consecutive times, including three times by 25 points or more, since ’05 at Sanford Stadium. There’s nothing brewing with Georgia that would indicate that Auburn has much more of a chance this time around, either, particularly since the Bulldogs need to win out to have a shot at being considered for a College Football Playoff spot. The $384 average asking price, according to TicketIQ.com, is the priciest of the three remaining games.

UMass at Georgia

  • When: November 17, 4 p.m.
  • Average asking price: $233
  • Get-in price: $78

If this game might seems like an oddity – an unranked, unheralded independent playing against a powerhouse late in the season – that’s because it is. The matchup is part of a $1.5 million deal with Georgia in which the Bulldogs agreed to a home-and-home series with the Minutemen in basketball. The game will mark the first time in history that UMass and Georgia have played. UMass is one of six independents this season and was 4-6 as of November 8. The Minutemen have played only one ranked team, losing, 55-21, to No. 17 Boston College.

Georgia Tech at Georgia

  • When: November 24, 12 p.m.
  • Average asking price: $233
  • Get-in price: $105

Known as “The Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate,” the Georgia-Georgia Tech rivalry dates to 1893 and the Bulldogs hold a 66-41-5 series advantage. Located only 70 miles apart, this rivalry brings in fans from all over north Georgia. The Bulldogs are 7-3 in the last 10 meetings, including winning, 38-7, last season. Georgia Tech plays in the ACC, and as of November 8 was 5-4 overall to Georgia’s 8-1.

After closing out its SEC schedule against Auburn, Georgia should have little problem getting past UMass and Georgia Tech. The Bulldogs will be hoping to improve on their No. 5 ranking and get a second consecutive shot at the College Football Playoff. Georgia won the East last season, as well, and got to the CFP, but lost to SEC rival Alabama in the final at the Rose Bowl.

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