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Post Colorado tickets start to drop below $100

Monday September 20, 2010

By no means are we overlooking this weekend’s road game at Mississippi State, but the Colorado trip is suddenly less than two weeks away. Due to a smaller stadium, high demand for tickets by Georgia fans, and a ham-handed approach to selling tickets by Colorado, it’s been one of the harder tickets to come by. If you’re among the many who are waiting to see what happens in the secondary ticket market, there’s finally a little bit of movement.

Over the weekend several sets of tickets started to come down under the $100 threshold on StubHub. The prices are still generally in the $90+ range to just over $100, but that’s within sight of the $65 face value of the tickets. It’s possible and likely that prices will continue to come down over the next ten days before we all head west, but anyone still looking for tickets and wanting to have them in hand before the trip might want to start checking the StubHub listings. I doubt we’ve reached the bottom of the market yet.

Colorado is currently 2-1 and will be off until the Georgia game, so they won’t have a result next weekend to cause a mass dump of tickets into the secondary market (or a massive buying spree).

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