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I am wanting to take my little girl and my wife to the Tenn game this year. They have never been to The Swamp and I was wondering if you guys could help me with some Ticket info. On stub hub good seats are like 300 bucks as of today. Will the tickets go down closer to the game? or should I grab them now? Thanks for any help!
That seems steep... but it is early. Season tickets haven't even been mailed out yet. What do you consider "good seats"?
I would nail down your lodging plans now, but there will be far more tickets on the market (and therefore lower prices) if you wait until August or so. I usually don't buy tickets until 2 or 3 weeks before a game, at the earliest. The best deals often result when people have unexpected commitments pop up and can't attend the game. At this extremely early stage, those people are few and far between.
You won't need to pay 300 bucks for tickets. Wait it out. You'll be fine.
Goons belong in hockey.
Also, I find better deals on eBay as opposed to StubHub. Again, though, it's a bit too early to find good deals right now. Things will heat up late summer.
Like these guys said, you are much better off waiting until much closer to gameday for buying on StubHub. Individual tickets also go on sale through the Gator ticket office next month.
Definitely wait it out.
There are some important factors in "good seats" as well. If it's a 3:30 game, you might want to be on the west stands to get some shade from the press box. North, South, and East get full sunshine in that time frame.
A lot of people might disagree, but I've sat nearly everywhere in that stadium and my favorites are sections 1 and 3. I like the angle so you have a better view of the entire field, plus you're normally in the shade but still get the breeze if it whips around the press boxes.
The prices will definitely go down, worst case you scalp them on game day for way less than that. Also should keep an eye on GB because people will usually sell tickets on here as well, and for a lot closer to the face value of $50.
Lodging is far more important to book. You can get tickets pretty easily.
Thanks for all the help!! +1
This post was edited by ShanePitt3 12 months ago
Agree - I like sections 1 and 3 and have sat for full seasons in both. Usually have shade and not the prices of the 50-yard line seats.
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