Throughout the college football season, TicketCity.com will identify the strongest demand for ticket demands on a weekly basis.
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Here’s a snippet of how they do it:
The ranking uses a demand index based on ticket sales on the secondary ticket market. The demand index takes into account variables including total tickets sold and average ticket price to provide a comprehensive view of demand in terms of market availability.
Six SEC games are included in the week one study, but the strongest demand isn’t for Georgia-Clemson:
|Rank||Game||Demand Index||Av price|
|1||LSU Tigers vs TCU Horned Frogs||100||$248|
|2||Virginia Tech Hokies vs Alabama Crimson Tide||83.99||$170|
|3||Georgia Bulldogs at Clemson Tigers||41.69||$296|
|4||Boise State Broncos at Washington Huskies||33.59||$203|
|5||Central Michigan Chippewas at Michigan Wolverines||24.36||$81|
|6||North Carolina Tar Heels at South Carolina Gamecocks||18.51||$119|
|7||Syracuse Orange at Penn State Nittany Lions||16.6||$139|
|8||Rice Owls at Texas AM Aggies||15.34||$111|
|9||Florida State Seminoles at Pittsburgh Panthers||15.05||$81|
|10||Mississippi State Bulldogs vs Oklahoma State Cowboys||13.73||$97|