If you want to be in attendance for one, or several, of the most highly-billed matchups for the 2019 college football season, prepare to spend a pretty penny.
And yes, that’s before you even think about factoring in any potential travel expenses that come with such a pilgrimage.
Just more than a month remains until Week 1 arrives, and with it, a multi-week slate of non-conference matchups that have just about every fan’s attention. Highlights include LSU at Texas, Texas A&M at Clemson and Notre Dame at Georgia, to name just a few. And of course, annual rivalry matchups such as Oklahoma-Texas, Michigan-Ohio State and more never fail to give fans more to look forward to later on.
With a few exceptions, don’t expect to get through the turnstiles for any of those matchups with mere pocket change. And that’s probably not news to you given today’s landscape, either.
But of all the games that will require die-hards to shell out a significant amount of cash for entry, which ones will cost you the most? We went to our friends at StubHub to see where the secondary market stands.
So sit back, relax, and get ready to break your budget as we journey through the five highest single-game entry prices — as of the final week of July — for the 2019 college football season.
* Rankings are determined by lowest entry fee listed.
* Ticket prices reflect StubHub listings as of July 25, 2019.
* Prices are subject to fluctuate.