How Much Are 2020 National Championship Tickets?

With LSU headed to their first national championship since 2011-12, the average price for tickets to the January 13th game at the New Orleans Superdome is $2,239. At that price, it’s the 4th most expensive National Championship game this decade, behind the 2018 UGA-Alabama game, which took place in Atlanta, UGA’s backyard.
At the end of the semi-finals, the cheapest tickets were $1,353 for a pair in the Terrace Level, Section 649. However, since then prices have fallen and now you can get in for just over $1,200.  The most expensive ticket is $8,547 for a ticket on the Plaza Sideline in Section 116. The cheapest Lower Level ticket is $1,829 in Plaza Endzone, Section 132. There are currently just over 4,500 tickets available on secondary market.
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The cheapest prices, also known as the ‘get-in’ had also increased 18% since the start of the Semi-final game, as the below shows. Prices reached their peak between the Peach and Fiesta Bowl and dropped by about 38% when Clemson defeated Ohio State. After falling below $1,000, prices are beginning to tick up again and the get-in price is now $1,207.