Late last week I noticed a few tickets for the Alabama game drop below $300 on the blog's broker site. Three-hundred plus has been the minimum for the last month or so at least. And while those tickets were snatched up, there are still plenty for around that price point. If the projected weather holds (right now it's supposed to be a beautiful day with a high in the mid-70s) I would expect scalpers to be anywhere between $350-400 for upper level. The sky is the limit for lower level.
Right now the cheapest are good seats. I always sit in the 300 level and in Sanford (as compared to some other stadiums I've visited) it's a great vantage point to watch the game. If I've circled this game on the calendar and have been looking for the right time to buy, I wouldn't pay $353 for 600 level. But I'd give Sec. 303 for $303/each a close look.
Perhaps most importantly, if you look at where the some of the seats are located you can find that some Crimson Tide fans are unloading theirs after the loss to Ole Miss. Not many, but if you want sit in the 100 level you have Section 137 with Dawg fans (for $367/each) and Sections 101 and 102 (for as low as $388/each) with Crimson Tide fans to choose from.
Anyway, if you're in the market for the hottest ticket of the season, keep the link below bookmarked to see where the prices go to compare with other sites and offerings. Want as many Damn Good Dawg fans there Saturday as possible!