- All Home Games - Georgia Season Tickets
Season ticket packages start at $595 each in the 300-level. Adjusted face value (tickets + required contribution) in that section start at roughly $500 if you bought them from the Athletic Department. That's not a bad deal. I saw a lower level at $645.
Sept. 5 - UGA at Oklahoma State Cowboys
Face value for this game is $100. Tickets start at $85 (via auction). The official Ok State seating chart says the Visitors sections are 201, 301, part of 302, 120, 228 and 334.
Sept. 12 - South Carolina Gamecocks at UGA
Ticket start at $105 each. You don't have to worry about buying student tickets this year. There aren't any. They are putting the ticket on the student's ID. The ID is the ticket. Now, you don't have to worry about accidentally buying a student ticket.
Sept. 19 - UGA at Arkansas Razorbacks
Tickets start at $82. According to the Arkansas official seating chart, the visitors sections are 111, 509-512 and 516-519.
Sept. 26 - Arizona State Sun Devils at UGA
Tickets in the 300 level start at $96 each. That's roughly what it cost a UGA fan to attend the ASU game last year....of course that covered our entire season ticket fees. If you're an ASU fan looking for the ASU sections, it'll be most of the 600 level plus parts of 101-103 and 301-302. That's not guaranteed, but that's pretty darn close.
Oct. 3 - LSU Tigers at UGA
Football tickets start at $145. LSU fans check the ASU note to see where the visitors section at Sanford stadium is typically located. Like I said...that's a pretty good estimate.
Oct. 10 - UGA at Tennessee Volunteers
Tickets start at $111. The official UT site doesn't have this year's visitor section clearly marked. However, I've been every time since '95, and it's about the same place. UGA's band typically sits around Z14 or Z15. We typically get a few really low rows in Section A and a big chunk of AA. Then we get the Top 5-10 rows of GG-NN (give or take). I prefer sitting in Y9 - Z15 in the lower endzone. That's a mix of UGA and UT fans. The closer you get to Z15, the more UGA it is. If the Vols lose to UCLA, the ticket prices may come down. If they win, I'd wager they go up.
Oct. 17 - UGA at Vanderbilt Commodores
Tickets start at $51. Let's be honest. You can wait, It'll get lower than that.
Oct. 24 - Idle
Oct. 31 - UGA vs. Florida Gators (Jacksonville)
Tickets are still comically high, and I don't know which side is the UGA side yet. Once that gets sorted out, I'll provide more info.
Nov. 7 - Tennessee Tech at UGA
Prices currently start at $65/each. Obviously, well below face value. But there are some premium lower level sideline seats available for $65-90.
Nov. 14 - Auburn Tigers at UGA
Tickets start at $138 for tickets to the Deep South's Oldest Rivalry.
Nov. 21 - Kentucky Wildcats at UGA
Tickets start at $80 for the last game of the 2009 regular season in Athens, Ga.
Nov. 28 - UGA at Georgia Tech
Football tickets start at $125. The athletic department lists the "official" visitor's sections as 130, 131, 221, 201, 208, and 210-218. Now, you and I both know that we're going to have 20,000 UGA fans there just like always. So you'll have Dawgs near you as long as you don't sit in their student sections 132-136 and 113-119.
Ticket prices on Stubhub are fluid because it's a marketplace where fans like you are selling to other fans. I used Stubhub last year to get premium tickets to an event out of state and had a great time.
Like I always say, aftermarket ticket sites aren't for everyone. Some people just want to pay face value for tickets. Some people will arrive at a game without tickets and deal with the hassle of scalpers. Me...I like to know that I have tickets before I get to town so that I can spend game day eating, drinking and talking smack. Not tracking down a good deal. But hey...that's just me.
There's no such thing as a sell out.