According to Georgia, tonight’s game vs. Kentucky has been sold out since October, but a quick glance at the secondary ticket markets suggests you can still get into Stegeman Coliseum for a very low price.
Upper level tickets are going for as low as $17 on Vivid Seats, lower level for as low as $37. By my count, approximately 250 tickets are still up for grabs on secondary markets, so if you live in the Athens/Atlanta area and are even toying with the idea of making the trip, get in that car and go.
One part of the 10,500-seat arena that will be full is the student section. Starting this morning, students lined up to get wristbands for the game:
The student section has SOLD OUT. Can’t wait to see everyone tonight! Don’t forget: doors open at 5:30pm. Students must have their wristband and UGA id for admission at Gate G! #GoDawgs pic.twitter.com/BKDWVllAQv
— Georgia Basketball (@UGABasketball) January 15, 2019
Here’s the line for student ticket wristbands, circa 20 minutes ago. The Georgia-Kentucky game is tonight at 7 p.m. and will be televised on ESPN. pic.twitter.com/DAFBxuXgJ3
— Henry Queen (@C_HenryQueen) January 15, 2019
Tom Crean issued this plea to Georgia fans yesterday.
“We need them to be here early, to be loud, to be crazy, obnoxious, whatever it takes early on to establish themselves. Just for them to be into the game and help us through everything. If we are on a run, help us keep going. If we have to get a run going, help us get that going. Continue to read the game the way they have and just be loud.”
Kentucky failed the “Everybody’s Super Bowl” test at Alabama a week and a half ago. Will they keep their composure when Stegeman gets rocking tonight?