We look at the most expensive and the most cost efficient options for going to the National Championship Game on January 11th in Glendale, Arizona.
Want to see Alabama vs Clemson for the National Championship in person? It won’t be cheap, even the cheap options are ridiculous, but we will give you all your options.
We’ve separated our National Championship Game options into three classes: cheap, middle class, and baller.
First things first, we are going to need tickets. We used SeatGeek.com to search for tickets ourselves, but all the ticket hubs will probably have similar prices.
First the cheap option on tickets.
If you don’t mind sitting in the corner of the nosebleed section you can grab these bad boys for only $678 each, that’s $1356 for two seats in the nose bleed.
Now the middle class seats.
With the middle class option will put you in the endzone, but are fairly decent seats and for only $932 each they are a pretty decent deal… considering the cheap ones were $678 each. That’s two seats for $1864 dollars.
Now for the baller seats.
Want to sit on the 50 only ten rows up from the action? All it will cost you is $3,279 dollars for EACH seat. So for the low low cost of $6,558 you can have TWO seats at the National Championship Game!
Now for the flight.
There’s not really a difference in the cheap and mid flights so…
Mid or cheap you’re going to drop $1672 on flights.
Now for the baller flight.
What makes this flight baller? It’s at a reasonable time and it has no stops. So $3,062 on flights to be a baller.
Now for hotels.
Here’s your cheap option.
$37 dollars a night for four nights is $148 dollars on your cheap stay. Murder and bedbugs may be included.
You don’t get more middle class than Days Inn.
No murder included here, but it’s going to cost you $200 dollars a night for four nights. That’s a smooth $800 on your hotel stay.
Time to go big.
You can stay in luxury right across the street from the stadium… for only $797 a night for four nights. That’s a no big deal $3188 for your stay.
So let’s put it all together.
Your fabulous as cheap as possible trip to the National Title Game will run you $3,176. (No food included.)
A mid range pretty great trip to see the Tide take on Clemson will cost you only $4,336.
You want to see the game like a baller? That will only cost you $12,808… enough money to buy a car or pay off your last student loan.
So are you going to Glendale to see the game? Let us know in the comments below.