Ticket prices down for Alabama-Clemson national championship

Ticket prices down for Alabama-Clemson national championship
Monday night, Alabama and Clemson will meet for part four of their epic series - third time in the national championship game - and the prices to get to and into the game aren’t too bad.

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Monday night, Alabama and Clemson will meet for part four of their epic series - third time in the national championship game - and the prices to get to and into the game aren’t too bad.

This year, the two teams will meet in Santa Clara, California, where they will play in Levi Stadium - home to the National Football League’s San Francisco 49ers. According to Google Maps, Santa Clara is about a 50-minute drive from San Francisco.

In the previous three years, the two have met in Glendale, Arizona (2016), Tampa, Florida, (2017) and New Orleans, Louisiana (2018).

Prices for the previous two championship game meetings between the Crimson Tide and Tigers saw a near $400 difference. Prices for the third championship game between the two average out to about $994. This year’s average prices are also a considerable drop from the Alabama/Georgia game a year ago.

The cheapest ticket to get into the game, according to StubHub is an Upper Corner seat in Section 404 at $128.25. The most expensive ticket on StubHub is a Lower Endzone seat. Tickets in that area are being priced as high as $57,570.00.

On Ticketmaster, the lowest price for a seat is found in Section 418 Row 18 for $112.00.

Alabama holds a 2-1 advantage over the previous three meetings with Clemson’s only win coming in the 2017 College Football Playoff National Championship Game.

Kickoff is set for 5 p.m. Pacific Standard Time, which is 7 p.m. Central Standard Time in Alabama.

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