Demand for tickets to the College Football National Championship is growing significantly on the heels of Monday night's exciting win by the Georgia Bulldogs over the Oklahoma Sooners.
The game itself is sold out, so the big question on the minds of the faithful is how much they'll have to pay for tickets.
Tuition-like prices have become evident for individual tickets for Monday night's College Football Championship game with after-market ticket prices starting around $1,800 and going upward from there.
Prices from the eight major ticket brokers have shown up with prices that vary widely. We've got a general range of ticket prices for the brokers listed here - check back with us for an up-to-the-minute idea as to where the ticket prices are running at any given point over the course of the week leading up to the big game.
The available tickets are from all parts of Mercedes Benz Stadium with varying sitelines across the board.
As of Tuesday, January 2 - 2 pm:
Prices are ranging from $1,975 to $7,430 each.
Prices are ranging from $2,075 to $25,000 each.
Prices are ranging from $1,854 to $13,275 each.
Prices are ranging from $2,163 to $12,159 each.
Prices are ranging from $2,176 to $15,961 each.
Prices are ranging from $1,953 to $10,982 each.
Prices are ranging from $2,300 to $22,800 each.
Prices are ranging from $2,175 to $16,113 each.
Some higher prices for full suites are available -- with prices peaking as high as $200,000 for a full suite from multiple after-market resellers.
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