Alabama vs. LSU tickets for the November 9 game in Tuscaloosa are already selling for several hundred dollars each on eBay, and the game is still over two weeks away. #1 ranked Alabama plays #13 ranked LSU at Bryant-Denny stadium on the second Saturday in November. This is usually a fierce rivalry, and ticket prices can go off the charts, but moreso on eBay where bidding allows the market to determine an item's value.
Currently on eBay, there are 204 listings for Alabama LSU tickets, in all different configurations including a single ticket up to sets of four tickets. Asking prices range from auctions with starting prices of 99 cents, to a listing for four tickets in section L priced at $3,075. Completed listings, or tickets actually sold and the transaction completed by the buyer show what eBay buyers are actually paying. The low price is two tickets in the West Stands, lower level for $182 sold on September 23. The high price as of this writing is a set of four tickets sold on September 19 in the East Stands, section JJ for $2,800. Prices will continue to climb as the game gets closer.
College football tickets can also be purchased on other venues like Craigslist, however, buyers beware purchasing anything from Craigslist as there is no third-party involvement to provide protection against scams or unscrupulous sellers. (In other words, buyers can be easily scammed because there is no transaction record for recourse or a refund.) StubHub, an eBay company that is an event ticket marketplace, shows 2,261 tickets left for this event. Prices for tickets are fixed on StubHub, and there is no bidding like on eBay.
Parking passes can also be purchased on eBay and prices start at $55 for Lot B. Scholarship meal passes are also on auction starting at .99. All transactions on eBay are covered by eBay's Buyer Protection program so buyers can bid and buy with confidence. View all Alabama LSU tickets on eBay here.