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The SEC will welcome a string of big games during Week 14, but is excitement quickly falling for each as Saturday draws closer? That appears to be the case on the secondary market, where each of this week’s top-priced SEC games have experienced a sharp decline in average price since last Tuesday.

Below is a list of Week 14’s most expensive games and the tumble each has taken over the past week, according to

Alabama at Auburn  |  Avg. Price: $316.11  |  Get-in: $141  |  Weekly Trend: -27.5%

While the Alabama Crimson Tide continue to decimate the competition, there may be hope for them still to claim the top spot in the College Football Playoff rankings. However, their Iron Bowl bout with Auburn this Saturday has seen ticket prices fall sharply on the secondary market. The average price for Auburn vs Alabama tickets is now $316.11, marking a 27.5% drop from last Tuesday’s average of $435.73. The cheapest available ticket is now listed for $141.

So what does that mean for fans? Simple – as the game draws closer to kick off, prices are likely to continue to drop. Last year’s game in Tuscaloosa owned an average price of $396.45, making Saturday’s game 20.3% cheaper on average.

Florida State at Florida  |  Avg. Price: $275.55  |  Get-in: $135  |  Weekly Trend: -16.3%

The Florida Gators are headed to the SEC Championship Game as winners of the East division, and Saturday’s game against the Florida State Seminoles will be the team’s final regular season match of the season. The average secondary market price for Florida vs Florida State tickets is $275.55, down 16.3% from last week’s average of $329.24. The get-in price starts from $135.

While the Gators look forward to the December 5 title game in Atlanta, Florida State has been overshadowed by Clemson in the ACC. At 9-2 the Seminoles are an afterthought to the undefeated Tigers, who will likely claim the top CFP ranking again this week after defeating Wake Forest last Saturday.

Ole Miss at Mississippi State  |  Avg. Price: $155.53  |  Get-in: $76  |  Weekly Trend: -29%

The 2015 edition of the Egg Bowl will be held at Davis Wade Stadium this Saturday. While the annual game has been a staple rivalry between the two schools since 1901, it has experienced the second biggest decline in ticket price among all SEC games over the last week. Mississippi State vs Ole Miss tickets average $155.53, a 29% drop from last Tuesday’s $219.07 average, and the cheapest ticket is $76.

Both teams enter the game at 8-3 on the season. Should Auburn take down Alabama earlier in the day, however, an Ole Miss victory over Mississippi State would allow the Rebels to face Florida in the SEC title game next weekend.

Clemson at South Carolina  |   Avg. Price: $154.54  |  Get-in: $73  |  Weekly Trend: -31.7%

Rounding out the SEC’s top-priced games this week is a game between South Carolina and Clemson. With the Tigers looking forward to the CFP, they’ll hope to decimate the Gamecocks in hopes of remaining the No. 1 seed. Ticket prices have dropped considerably, however, with South Carolina vs Clemson tickets now averaging $154.54. That is 31.7% lower than last Tuesday’s average of $226.20. The get-in price starts from $57.

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