Which SEC student section pays the highest ticket prices?
Who’s ready for SEC football in 2016?
We’re counting down the days, too, not to worry. It won’t be long before your Saturdays are filled with tailgating, beer and college football.
Which SEC student sections will pay the most for tickets this year?
Glad you asked.
It’s going to cost Texas A&M students a hefty price to watch their team play at Kyle Field in 2016. The Aggies charge students $290 for season tickets, which topped Scout.com’s breakdown of SEC football student-section ticket prices.
Missouri charges the second-most at $165, which is still $125 less than Texas A&M. Auburn ($155), Ole Miss ($150) and Florida ($140) are the only other schools who charge in the $100-plus price range per season.
Kentucky, on the other hand, is the least expensive, only charging students $35.
South Carolina and Vanderbilt are the only two SEC schools whose tickets are included in tuition.
Here’s a school-by-school breakdown:
Texas A&M: $290
Ole Miss: $150
Mississippi State: $50
South Carolina: Included in tuition
Vanderbilt: Included in tuition
You can see more details over at Scout.com and compare the SEC’s prices with other conferences here.