Let’s face it. Watching college football game on television is always a good time, but there’s absolutely nothing like seeing your favorite SEC team in person and being among some of college football’s best atmospheres.

But sometimes the prices can be a little much and it makes seeing a game a little more difficult. Still don’t know exactly how much it would cost to see your team play in the big game? Well, we got you covered.

As of this posting here are the current cheapest ticket prices for the SEC’s marquee Week 6 match ups.

  • No. 6 Texas A&M at No. 12 Mississippi State – $38.72
  • Vanderbilt at No. 13 Georgia – $46.56
  • South Carolina at Kentucky – $56.79
  • No. 15 LSU at No. 5 Auburn – $130.95
  • Florida at Tennessee – $165.00
  • No. 3 Alabama at No. 11 Ole Miss – $228.24

This week’s matchup against the Aggies is arguably the biggest home game all season for Mississippi State, so it’s surprising to see a game between two top-12 teams have tickets available for as cheap as $38.72, especially with a potential blowout in Athens between Vanderbilt and Georgia.

However, it was no surprise to see Alabama and Ole Miss as the hottest ticket on the market, considering ESPN College GameDay will be at The Grove this weekend. The Alabama game is the most important matchup on the Rebels’ 2014 schedule, so for prices to be up in the $200 range is expected and I’m sure it’ll be worth the price of admission as one of the top college football games all weekend.

*All prices were according to StubHub.