Tickets for Alabama-Ole Miss going for fewer than $8 on secondary markets

Nick Saban probably won’t be happy about this.

The Crimson Tide head coach has been getting angry with his fan base for leaving games early, and now he may be getting mad if they don’t come to his team’s games to begin with.

According to ESPN’s Darren Rovell, tickets on the secondary market for the Ole Miss at Alabama matchup at Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday are going for a little less than $8.

That’s about a dollar less than a monthly Netflix subscription, for reference.

Rovell’s Tweet came within about a half-hour of kickoff, so those prices could go down even further once the game starts. But at that point, no one’s probably biting.

The post Tickets for Alabama-Ole Miss going for fewer than $8 on secondary markets appeared first on SEC Country.

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