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Ticket Prices Rise for Aggies in SEC

When Texas A&M made the move from the Big 12 to the SEC this season, changes were inevitable, both on and off the field. Moving into a conference that includes each of the last six national champions not only made the schedule much harder, but also made tickets for these games much more desirable to Aggie ticket buyers.

Texas A&M tickets for home games against new conference foes have gone up 15% in the last year, a jump from $137 to $161. With a home schedule highlighted by games against LSU, Arkansas, Florida, and other teams that annually find themselves in the top 25, it’s surprising that the increase isn’t even higher. Other teams that made similar moves last season, like Missouri (SEC) and West Virginia (Big 12), have seen their conference home game tickets go up 163% and 150% respectively.

For Aggie tickets, using Flash Seats — the new Official Ticket exchange — may be your best bet. They had the best deal anyplace on the web for this week’s LSU game, a game that is currently averaging $338 and is the most expensive game on this week’s college football schedule. Flash Seats is also pretty user friendly. You can bid on tickets, and when you complete your purchase, you can then use just your credit card to get into the game! No need to concern yourself with making sure you have your ticket by game day and no fear of losing it on your way to the game. Flash Seats also makes it very easy to transfer tickets directly to a friend just in case you are dealing with a last-minute change of plans. To check out FlashSeats, click here: Buy Aggie Tickets