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2023 SEC Championship Tickets

The SEC Football Championship Game is played on the first Saturday in December, in the afternoon, at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. The two teams that will play in the SEC Championship will be the winning team from the SEC East division and the SEC West division. This game will once again help decide the College Football Playoff teams and likely which teams play in the National Champion game. Demand for SEC Championship tickets is quite strong and our sales for this game routinely outpace ticket sales for the other conference championship games. Ticket prices vary from year to year based on which team is in the game, but it is often $500 plus for a "get in" ticket to this game. The club seats on the lower-level routinely sell for $2,500 or more per seat. The most popular place for our fans attending this game is the 100-level endzone seats which are a bit more affordable than the sideline seating but still offer an upfront view of the action.

The passion of SEC football fans their great school traditions make this Championship game amazing to attend in-person. Watching on TV does not replicate the feeling of 40k fans screaming "Geaux Tigers", "Go Dawgs", "Roll Tide", "War Eagle" and "Go Vols" in unison. SEC football is the best in the country and the quality of this game reflect that. Atlanta is also an easy road trip for the majority of teams in the SEC, so they show up in force to cheer on their school. Atlanta is the perfect backdrop for this game and provides its own rich traditions for fans attending - like grabbing a meal at The Varsity, on the week of the SEC Championship.

The teams that are competing to play in the SEC Football Championship include:

We offer tickets to the SEC Championship Game, as well as, all other SEC regular-season football games. We also offer bowl games and tickets for the CFP. If you are a fan of other SEC sports, we offer the full schedule of SEC basketball games including the SEC Basketball Tournament. TicketCity has always been a big college baseball fan, so you can find SEC baseball games, alongside every other major SEC sporting event or game.

Conference Championship Games

The SEC Championship Game is usually the main attraction on college football's championship Saturday, but it is played on a day crowded with great football. The Big 12 Championship Game kicks off first (earliest in the day of the big games), while the ACC Championship and Big Ten Championship Game are in the evening. The Pac-12 Football Championship is the only Power 5 conference championship game not played on this day as it is the Friday evening prior.

SEC Game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Demand for the SEC Championship Game is strong every year as regardless of the match-up there is a huge crowd of fans who want to be at this game. The game is played in Atlanta, Georgia right in the heart of "SEC Country" so fans across the southeast drive in to see their team play for the ultimate college football conference prize.

Mercedes-Benz Stadium is the home of the Atlanta Falcons, SEC and Sugar Bowl. It has three primary levels: the 100-level, 200-level and 300-level seats.


The 100-level seats are closest to the field on the lower-level and span from Section 101 to 136. There are approximately 34 rows in each of the sideline sections of the 100-level, and then a range from 32-42 in the corner sections. The 100-level endzone seats generally have around 36 rows per section. The 100-level seats along the sideline are Club seats. Sections 108-109, 111-112, 126-127 and 129-130 offer access to the on-field club patios. Sections 110 and 128 at Midfield are VIP Club seats that provide access to the AMG Lounge (Club 110) or the SunTrust Club (Club 128).


The smallest level in Mercedes-Benz Stadium has only 9-12 rows in most sections. The 200-level includes Sections 201 to 247. This a preferred areas for many fans who like the less crowded sections.


The upper-deck at Mercedes-Benz Stadium was designed to provide some of the best sight lines of any venue in the country. It spans from Section 301 to 350. The 300-level sideline sections have approximately 34 rows in each section. In the corner the rows drop down to 20-24 rows per section. The endzone in the 300-level is only on the West side of the stadium (Sections 324-327) and has 33 rows per section.

SEC Championship Parking

Fans who need a Parking Pass for the SEC Championship Game can shop our large assortment of SEC Championship parking passes.